The Butcher's Daughter Expands to Brooklyn

By Christina Najjar | July 17, 2018 | Food & Drink

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Millennials, listen up! Your favorite place to get Instagrammable avocado toast has just expanded. The Butcher’s Daughter, cult healthy food favorite founded by Heather Tierney and David Ochoa Rodriguez, has a brand new outpost in Williamsburg. The “vegetable slaughterhouse” plant-based restaurant, cafe and juice bar focuses on healthy and delicious fare and is super popular with the younger, health-conscious set. It’s not hard to see why. Walking into the airy, new, 1,900 square foot Brooklyn outpost, which is the fourth and largest North East location, feels like you’re walking into a little slice of California. With floor to ceiling glass windows, greenery from plants and darling accents, the restaurant is truly a respite from city life.

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The gorgeous interior is was designed by Heather alongside Marnie Gelhard, Butcher’s Daughter’s VP of Design and Branding. The new location features the signature bohemian, bungalow vibe with a Brooklyn twist. Heather and Marnie spent nearly half a year sourcing vintage finds from antique markets near and far.

As for the food, diners can expect signature fresh and healthy dishes like Smashed Avocado Toast and Breakfast Tacos as well as some new Brooklyn specific dishes like the Carrot ‘Lox’ Bagel, a freshly toasted New York bagel topped with cream cheese, Roma tomatoes, red onion, capers, and dill. This outpost will also be offering a ‘CBD your dish’ option for every dish from salads, to smoothies, to baked goods and have partnered with Devocion, Colombian coffee company, who will also be offering CBD coffee options. 271 Metropolitan Ave., Brooklyn



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