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Right now, Supper is on Saturday! Please give us a call at 718-499-5623 to place your order to take home. Or stop by to eat at one of our tables. No reservations, just come on by.
$35 Adults, $17 Kids
cucumber, pickled peppers, olives, bread crumbs, italian dressing
tomato sauce, mozzarella, parmesan, polenta, roasted broccoli
salted caramel brownie
vegetarian supper option available
creekstone farm beef burger
cheddar cheese, pickles, duck fat fries $21
supper salad $10
supper main $24
supper dessert $4
(Sample Drinks Menu)
lillet blanc, muddled mint, lime juice & a dash of simple
cynar, aperol, old overholt rye & lemon juice
el dorado spiced rum, velvet falernum, pineapple & lime juice, served with a pineapple & a straw
knob creek bourbon, ramazzotti amaro, luxardo maraschino & bitters
sauza blue agave tequila, chili infused honey, lemon & molé bitters
ford’s gin, dolin dry & carpano bianco vermouth, served up with a house pickled onion
dorothy parker gin, gentian liqueur, aperol, & lime
cimarron reposado tequila, lime juice, sea salt & mexican squirt soda, served with a salt-crusted lime & a straw
siete misterios mezcal, a dash of tapatío, lime juice & watermelon syrup, served up
Daniel Rojo, Chef, Co-Owner
Daniel Rojo was born and raised in Los Angeles. He attended culinary school in 2004. After stints in Los Angeles and Oakland he moved to New York. Danny started as one of the opening cooks at Lot 2 in June 2009, taking over as chef in November 2009, and then becoming an owner in 2012 thanks to the generosity of Lot 2’s original owner, Ben Jones. These days Daniel is grateful to cook simple, honest food for his friends and neighbors. He is also an owner at Southside Coffee across the street from Lot 2.
Dawn Kinstle, Bar Manager, Co-Owner
Dawn started in the service industry out of necessity but has stayed (some 15 years) out of love. She’s worked as a host, a busser, a server, a dishwasher, a floor manager, a line cook, a bartender, and, now, a bar manager. Her interest in cocktails was originally inspired by her mentor and husband, owner of nearby Quarter Bar, David Moo. It was at Quarter Bar where Dawn, then working in the West Village, originally met the Lot 2 crew and began a lasting friendship over post-work drinks. It is that basis of friendship that makes working at Lot 2 special. She has been a part of Lot 2 since 2011.
Khavon Owens, Chef de Cuisine
Khavon is a NYC native. Bronx born and raised. He’s a dedicated, passion driven, food lover. Khavon is excited to have made a return to the Lot 2 team.
Thea Bloomberg, Floor Manager
In June 2009 Thea Bloomberg did what many aspiring MFA writing students do- got a job in a restaurant. The restaurant was Lot 2 and it changed her life. She fell in love with Daniel Rojo (see above), marrying him at Lot 2 on July 24th, 2011. When not at the restaurant she can be found around the corner at home hanging out with her kids and occasionally trying to make good on that MFA in writing.
Amber Sather, Pastry Chef
Amber is a small town girl with big city ambitions, born and raised in Montana she moved to Chicago and then later to NYC in 2008. She landed in Brooklyn just around the corner from Southside Coffee. She trained them how to make coffee and also worked as a barista off and on at the cafe. Southside and then Lot 2 became her family. After a dynamic and fulfilling career in the Specialty Coffee Industry, Amber jumped at the chance to pursue her lifelong passion of baking and she joined the Lot 2 crew working with former Pastry Chef, Jen Shelbo. After leaving Brooklyn and learning more about her own personal baking style, Amber returned to Southside and Lot 2 in November 2015 to take over their pastry program. She’s happy to be back! When she’s not feeding the neighborhood sweet treats, Amber loves running and biking and adventuring with her husband. She is also an owner at Southside Coffee.
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