First restaurateurs Mark Lahm and Jim Montemarano brought back the wine bar at 50 Henry St., and now they’re applying for sidewalk seating!
The new Brooklyn Heights Wine Bar filed the sidewalk café application with Community Board 2’s transportation committee this month, and will present its plans at the committee’s meeting on June 16. Lahm has said that he hopes to open the bar within the next few weeks.
According to the application, Lahm and Montemarano want to construct and operate an unenclosed sidewalk café with six tables and 12 seats, and set up at the northwest corner of Cranberry Street at Henry Street.
The public can comment on the application at the meeting, which is at 6 pm on Tuesday, June 16, at St. Francis College (180 Remsen St., between Court and Clinton streets). The transportation committee will then make its recommendation to the full board.
Lahm also owns Henry’s End at 44 Henry St., and is partnering with Jim Montemarano, who owns the coffee shop Cranberry’s at 48 Henry St., on the wine bar project.