Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Day 839 : Good for Groups - Little Town NYC

Housed in the old Vintage Irving space, brought to you by the team behind SideBar and Village Pourhouse is Little Town. Billing itself as a "contemporary brewhouse" highlighting the small town brews of New York state, with close to one hundred local brews and a New York state influenced menu, it is a lowkey laidback joint off of Union Square perfect for a group of people.

A warm and inviting wood adorned space with a lively vibe, it was great for our group last night. We ordered a bunch of their share-able small plates which I was very pleased with. The majority of their food is locally sourced and locally inspired.

Their selection of Hawthorne Valley meats and cheeses - smoked Bianca, Camembert, Manchego, Prosciutto, Weisswurst, Salami, Guava Jam and grapes. An ode to the upstate NY cheesemaker with fresh, local cheeses -- the perfect complement to the glass of Bedell Cab Merlot blend I enjoyed while there.

Truffled Coach Farm Goat Cheese drizzled with honey on crusty baguette.

We also ordered their hummus and crudites, Pretzel crusted chicken fingers, Fried Long Island clam strips, and their stadium garlic fries. Simple and straight forward dishes done well utilizing local ingredients with an extensive beer selection, this is a great addition to the Union Square dining and drinking establishments.

Little Town
118 East 15th Street

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