Eater gleans some information on the forthcoming restaurant Andrew Tarlow (of Diner and Marlow & Sons) is opening at the under-construction, Two Trees-developed Wythe Hotel in Williamsburg. The hotel’s website has some details about the latest Tarlow venture, which will be called Reynards and open in May. The restaurant will focus on seasonal cuisine and “whole-animal, wood-fired cooking.” Eater reports that it looks like an outpost of Blue Bottle Coffee will also be in the mix at the Wythe. The hotel, which is on North 11th and Wythe, has a targeted opening date of May 1st, and the word as of a few months ago was that room rates would start at around $200 a night. On the jump, a pic of Reynards’ entryway.
Andrew Tarlow to Open Reynards at the Wythe Hotel [Eater]
Wythe Hotel [Official Site]
Walentas Williamsburg Hotel Will Open by May 1st [Brownstoner] GMAP
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