Sosie Hublitz founded Watty and Meg in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn to be a neighborhood restaurant, and that's just what it's become, drawing a crowd of regulars, some of them three or four times a week. The kitchen combines French technique with local, seasonal ingredients—chef John Glowaki, a Charlie Palmer alum, lives near the Union Square Greenmarket, where he sources much of the restaurant's local produce, cage-free poultry, grass-fed beef and wild fish. The Monday night grass-fed burger and local beer special is a big draw, at only ten bucks, but you could also go totally French with the moules frites on Wednesday, or check out the prix fixes with wine pairings on the weekends. And there are always plenty of vegetarian choices, though personally, I go for the brunch menu's Long Island duck hash.
(718) 643 - 0007
248 Court Street