The Federal Bar Private Hosted Dinner, NYC

The Federal Bar Brooklyn | Photo: Average Socialite
Affair: Private Hosted Dinner Series at The Federal Bar

When: Wednesday, August 19, 2015 @ 7:30PM

Hot Spot: The Federal Bar, Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Deets: Located in an early 20th century carriage house, The Federal Bar is the food-lover’s
extension of the famed Knitting Factory music venue next door.

We had the pleasure of joining Executive Chef Brendon Doyle for a private 4 course dinner. The Federal Bar is warm and inviting with a low lit 50-seat dining room, high ceiling, and a stunning centerpiece (its infamous globe) hanging high above the bar. Most of the furniture and decor has been re-purposed including the floor and chairs which were re-purposed from old schools. 

The evening's menu consisted of whimsical dishes with locally sourced ingredients; simple, approachable cocktails; and a beer selection which includes nine locally sourced craft beers. Our First Course: Orecchiette mac & cheese with broccoli and fried panko; Crispy pork rillette with Brooklyn brown beer mustard and butter pickles; Rumaki (crispy duck livers) on waffles with bacon spicy maple glaze and pineapple/cilantro chutney. Second Course: 60-day dry aged burger on a Portuguese roll with Shelbourne cheddar and garlic aioli; Blackened red snapper with collard green and herb salad. Third Course: Beef heart poutine with demi glacé; Spicy hozon roasted cauliflower over parsley and almond gremolata; Roasted turkey leg with dirty rice. We finished with the Fourth Course - Peter Pan doughnut bread pudding with a pineapple glaze.

We topped it off with a delicious cocktail ~ The BBL (Brazilian Butt Lift): Cachaca, Mike's Hot Honey & lime.

About Executive Chef Brendon Doyle

Denver native Doyle has spent his life in a kitchen. Achieving his first Executive Chef position at the age of 24, Doyle spent the next several years at the helm of several highly regarded restaurants in Denver and moved to New York in 2013 to serve as Chef at Dale Talde's renowned bar and eatery Pork Slope. Doyle left Pork Slope to develop his own company, Guerrilla Condiment Company, and cook in the private sector, working with Chef Andrew Gerson at Brooklyn Brewery and producing private events for the renowned Humboldt and Jackson American Tasting Room before joining Knitting Factory Entertainment to open the Federal Bar Brooklyn.

Spotted: Chef Brendon Doyle, guests

Hint For The Average Socialite: This event is strictly invite only.

Check out The Federal's hours, menu and gallery here! Visit them out for brunch as well!

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