Heights Lowdown writer Juliana Bunim rounds up the Fall offerings simmering this season in the red hot North Heights food district:
Brooklyn Paper: Food Delights…: Jack the Horse Tavern on Hicks and Cranberry streets will axe its cool summer soups, red snapper and Mediterranean salads in favor of toasty warm soups like apple butternut squash.
“You have to be more creative in the fall with root vegetables,” said chef-owner Tim Oltmams.
Oltmams said he gets daily requests for the braised short ribs, a favorite from last winter that will be making a comeback this Wednesday, along with roasted Brussel sprouts.
But the summer stock isn’t completely gone. Oltmams said he plans on using heirloom tomatoes and corn until the freeze hits his New England supplier.
Also covered in the piece are Oven and Le Petit Marche.