Sauvage, Greenpoint, NYC

Sauvage in Greenpoint, Brooklyn has been created by the team behind the success of Masion Premiere with Lisa Giffen at the helm as head chef.

Located just across from McCarren park, the digs at Sauvage are quite charming. We went for brunch and I have to say that pretty much everything we tried was solid. 

I definitely recommend the fried fish sandwich and the grain bowl though pretty much anything on the menu is nothing less than good.

Here is some of what we ate:

Grain Bowl w/ Steak and Egg

 

Eggs Benedict 

 

Fried Fish Sandwich 

 

Roast Beef

 

Burger 

  Sauvage Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato
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