Being unorthodox vegetarians allows us to peacefully yield to the bliss of a pork fillet, with autumn vegetables as a side dish, in the enchanting Diner of Andrew Tarlow, the famous Brooklyn colonizer through projects like Wythe Hotel's Reynard and Diner Journal, the last having gained pride of place in our food library since long. We exit the original prefabricated building replete, contented and completely unregretful. Est. 1999.
Words Laura Taccari. Translation Alessia Andriolo.