Chef Tim and Micki at Jack the Horse Tavern have started a GoFundMe campaign to support the staff who have been laid off during this terrible time. Hello Friends and Neighbors! We know you missed us during the past weeks but sadly we have had to close our restaurant doors until further notice. During this time we […]
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Gothamist’s Jen Carlson gives big ups to Jack the Horse and its new addition JtH Nextdoor today:
So, within the confines of the Brooklyn Heights Historic District, what was the best thing you had to eat and drink in 2013?
The stalwart Jack The Horse Tavern plans to open an adjoining retail store with overflow seating, according to a notice posted at the secondary locale at 37A Cranberry Street, the former space of Browning Frames. The beloved restaurant—located at at 66 Hicks Street at the corner of Cranberry—is seeking a license to sell and serve […]
Tim Oltmans, owner & chef of nabe fave Jack the Horse Tavern, tells BHB that the restaurant will be donating 10% of all sales to @RobinHoodNYC, through Thursday, November 9. See more about the organization here. Jack is at 66 Hicks Street @ the corner of Cranberry. If you have yet to stop by one […]
CurbedNY links to Strong Buzz, a food blog apparently based in Brooklyn Heights, and their rant about Jack the Horse Tavern. While a spirited debate raged here last week over JtH’s brunch, most commenters agreed that it’s one of the best places to eat in the North Heights. Dissenters discussing Karl Junkersfeld’s video about the […]
Karl Junkersfeld is known for many things, one of them being his undying love of Noodle Pudding. Well, the Junkman has now added BHB fave Jack the Horse to his short list of beloved eateries. Mr. J and Tony Bennett document this love affair after the jump.
Hard to believe it’s been 5 years since Jack the Horse Tavern opened at the corner of Cranberry and Hicks. On June 17th and 18th they’ll be celebrating with a special 5 course tasting menu, which plays like chef/owner Tim Oltman’s Greatest Hits.
The 84th Precinct Community Council met yesterday evening at Brooklyn Law School. The meeting was chaired by Council President Leslie Lewis (seated at right in photo). The Precinct Commander, Deputy Inspector Mark DiPaolo (at podium in photo), gave a rundown on recent crime statistics in the precinct. Crime overall, he said, is down ten per […]
Jack the Horse Tavern owner Tim Oltmans got a rude awakening this morning when he showed up to work. “We had a break-in,” he said. “We think they used a brick to smash the glass [on the door].” More info after the jump.
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