Little corner diner serving a little bit of everything in Park Slope.
What We Had
My DH and I both ordered lunch specials.
I had the Summers End Panini – pulled chicken, avocado, red onion, cilantro, cucumber, mayo and mustard with mixed green salad. This sandwich was nice and light, just like the name advertised, with good crusty bread. The side greens were also nice – all deep greens with cruets of olive oil & red wine vinegar alongside.
My DH had the Pulled Pork Sandwich – pork shoulder marinated & slow roasted and topped with tangy sauce.
My DH and I are heavily biased toward eastern Carolina style pig, so to us it was too sweet, with not enough smoke or vinegar. Objectively, it wasn’t bad. A little on the sweet side. The sandwich wasn’t finished, but the side of fries was decent.
We also had table pickles & slaw.
Great fresh sour pickles; throwaway too-bland slaw.
Lots of sun and lots of orange. Cheery.
Not bad. Efficient.
Not a bad place to stop for a bite after a morning of heavy-duty walking and green market shopping, but I wouldn’t make a special trip for it.
3.75 out of 5