It's springtime at Prospect Heights' popular locavore kitchen, Flatbush Farm, which means a crop of great produce—lettuces, asparagus, spring beans, and beets—is making its way into the lunch and dinner menu. Over on the Bar(N) side of Flatbush Farm, the bar menu is also taking advantage of fresh spring vegetables.
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Spacious and airy, with a beautiful back patio, Flatbush Farm is an exceedingly pleasant place to spend a weekend morning—especially given how tasty many of the brunch options are.
I'd happily drop $6/pint to while away an early spring evening on Flatbush Farm's spacious patio. But I'd rather pay $4/pint, of course.
There's a lot we liked about the Smoked Brisket Sandwich at the "Bar(n)" at Flatbush Farm—the tender, smoky, barely chewy brisket, pleasantly fatty, with oozy, salty melted Gruyere; the baguette-like bread, with a nice pressed crunch.