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December 06, 2007

New in Williamsburg: Peter's Since 1969

Posted at 02:45:27 PM in Brooklyn restaurants, Restaurant openings, Williamsburg restaurants
by Bottomless Dish

Petersnighttimeexterior A new BYOB option, Peter's Since 1969, opened in Williamsburg last week. Built in a old butcher shop (B&B Meat Market) that had been in the neighborhood since, say, 1969, the restaurant's specialty is French rotisserie chicken, with comfort dishes like mac and cheese, sausage and sauerkraut stew, and homemade chocolate cake rounding out the menu. According to PR materials, the interior was designed to honor the space's meat market roots and garden seating will be ready come spring.

(Photo courtesy of Peter's Since 1969))


Mr. H.L.W

This restaurant is one you need to add to your favorites. The food is GREAT!... Great flavor and Great Taste. I will be a returning customer…

See you soon.

Pleased consumer

Herve Leger

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