|Photos by MK Metz|
The food will bring you back to the childhood you probably never had but wish you did -- flapjacks, mac n' cheese served in a skillet, meatballs, chicken pot pie, ribs, a bucket of chicken chips, with local fresh produce and a variety of salads. (The salads include an iceberg wedge, of course.) And to drink, a Fox’s U-Bet Brooklyn egg cream.
Not only does Grandma's House use locally-sourced food -- all the decor is American made, including the jukebox.
Some background on Grandma's House:
- Grandma's House, destroyed by Sandy in South Street Seaport, comes to Brooklyn [Brooklyn Eagle]
- Just Opened: Ridiculously Family-friendly Restaurant Grandma’s House [RedTri]
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