If I were to tell you the the people behind Fette Sau had opened another joint across the street (literally), would you run screaming with arms flailing in the air to the subway and go there immediately? I think you should, maybe minus the screaming and arms flailing part.
The man behind St. Anselm is Joe Carroll, the genius of Fette Sau and Spuyten Duyvil. If you’re wondering what in the world is Fette Sau and why I keep mentioning it, then you should really eat there before thinking I’m a little nuts. Well, you can think that, but still try it out. If you have been to Fette Sau, and worship the place, then you know what I’m talking about and won’t hesitate to try St. Anselm.
Ok, enough ramble and back to business. What we (2 little Asian girls, ok fine, we’re not that little) ordered:
- Pan-fried Mashed Potatoes & Truffle Oil
- Grilled Berkshire Bacon
- NY Strip Steak with garlic butter
- Sweet tea brined Young Chicken
Go make your tummy happy!
355 Metropolitan Ave,
(Pro tip: They don’t take reservations so go for an early dinner, or be prepared to wait)