We’ve been watching for the opening of Van Horn, the soon-to-be sandwich joint at 231 Court. Well, Carroll Gardens Patch tells us it’s now open and serving southern-style sandwiches like fried chicken, pulled pork and fried catfish. It’ll be open for lunch and dinner and hopefully expand into a breakfast spot. (Van Horn also has a full liquor licence.) Apparently the renovated space, which includes table seating for 20 and a backyard garden, is pretty sleek. Anyone been in yet? Update: Eater has some inside shots.
At Van Horn, The Neighborhood (and Sandwich) is Everything [Patch]
Cafe Ribant to be Van Horn [Brownstoner]
Stirrings at Cafe Ribant Space [Brownstoner] GMAP
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