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Inside Maison Yaki, the New Restaurant From Team Olmsted
Chef Greg Baxtrom is doubling down on the accessibility and affordability that made his first restaurant a hit.
Olmsted’s Greg Baxtrom Shares His Famous Rangoon Recipe
“It’s got cheese, bacon, and Brussels sprouts, and it’s fried. They’re going to love it.”
Award-Winning Chef Edouardo Jordan Is Coming to Brooklyn
For a one-night-only pop-up dinner at Olmsted, on July 30.
Best of New York
The Absolute Best Restaurants in Prospect Heights
Where to go for everything from jerk chicken to rutabaga “tagliatelle.”
Olmsted Launches Its Very Fun, Super Exciting Brunch
Expect apple-strudel sticky buns, cheesy egg rolls, and more.
Food & Wine
’s ‘Restaurants of the Year 2017’
Also Chicago’s Roister and Philadelphia’s Rooster Soup Co.
The Real Cost and Benefit of Opening an International Restaurant Pop-up
“It is basically the most elaborate, challenging, and time-consuming team-building exercise you can do.”
Hippest Brooklyn Condo Yet Comes With Rooftop Farmland
The new luxury building by Barclays is renting plots to residents and nearby restaurant Olmsted.
How Does a Neighborhood Restaurant Keep Locals Happy After National Acclaim?
The chef-owners of Rose’s Luxury and Olmsted — who are cooking together at the latter tonight — discuss.
the new york diet
Olmsted Chef Greg Baxtrom Unwinds With Charcuterie and Cartoons
“I have leftover charcuterie at home, so I basically eat charcuterie before I go out for more charcuterie.”
Olmsted Is a Garden of Eden For Greenmarket Gourmets on a Budget
Greg Baxtrom and his partners want to bring refined, destination cooking down to a more accessible, neighborly scale.
the great outdoors
Brooklyn’s Hottest Restaurant Turned Its Back Garden Into a Cozy Autumn Refuge
S’mores from a high-end chef, plus Pendleton blankets and warm cocktails in perfectly mismatched mugs.
Olmsted, From 3 Atera Alumni, Opens in Prospect Heights Tonight
They’re growing produce in the 25-seat backyard garden.