Prospect, a Modern New-American restaurant and bar that opened this fall in Fort Greene, will be kicking off Brooklyn Night Bazaar’s mezzanine restaurant series on Friday, December 7 and Saturday, December 8. Inspired by night markets across Asia, the Brooklyn Night Bazaar is back after a successful run last year, featuring more than 200 of the borough’s independent vendors, musicians, chefs, artists, breweries, wineries and nightly musical performances. Some of this year’s lineup includes: Pains Of Being Pure At Heart, Black Dice, MEN (feat JD Samson of Le Tigre), Emily Wells, Devin, Year End Zeitgeist Party and more.
Prospect will offer three seatings for a set prix-fixe menu that includes four courses for $35 per person. The menu is curated by Prospect’s Executive Chef Kyle McClelland, and Chef de Cuisine Vinson Petrillo, Food Network’s “Chopped” Champion. The menu will showcase a range of American flavors and locally-sourced dishes, elevated with sophisticated techniques and ingredients. The first course will feature Butternut Squash Soup enhanced with Espresso Marshmallows, Hazelnuts and Root Beer Cream. The second course will feature Foie Gras paired with Hudson Valley Torchon, Smoked Black Berries, Cinnamon French Toast and Toasted Granola. The third course is Crispy Pork Belly prepared with Black Mission Figs, Taylor Golden Pears and 14 Asian Spice Pork Jus, followed by the fourth course - S’mores created with Graham Cracker, Fudge Mousse, Meringue and Ginger Snap Twig.
The menu will be offered via three set seatings: 7:00 p.m., 8:15 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. There will be 25 spots per seating. Reservations recommended, with limited availability for walk-ins. For reservations, please email Hannah@bringtolightnyc.org
Brooklyn Night Bazaar is located at 45 N. 5th Street (between Kent and Wythe Aves.) in Williamsburg. It will be open Friday and Saturday Nights, Nov. 23 – Dec. 22, 6 p.m. to midnight. This year the entire Bazaar will be free to the public.
Prospect opened on Sept. 28, located at 773 Fulton Street (between South Portland Ave. and South Oxford Street) in Fort Greene.