(Courtesy of 1 Knickerbocker)

(Courtesy of 1 Knickerbocker)

Not too far from where The Johnsons opened last week (and from where Radio Bushwick opened last month), Bushwick just got yet another eatin’ and drinkin’ establishment.

Jesse Levitt of Minor Arcana and Kings County (yep, the Bushwick bar that held the smallest penis contest) has opened 1 Knickerbocker. It’s located at, yes, 1 Knickerbocker Ave., which is “in the heart of Brooklyn’s emerging Bushwick arts community,” per a website that says the restaurant and saloon “revives an age-old New York glamor.”

(Courtesy of 1 Knickerbocker)

(Courtesy of 1 Knickerbocker)

(Courtesy 1 Knickerbocker)

(Courtesy 1 Knickerbocker)

At least three different Brooklyn-based design firms (Fjord Architecture, ABW Designs, and The Principals) had a hand in restoring the original details of what’s said to have been, at various times, a brothel, a speakeasy, and a textile factory — and also outfitting it with retro fixtures.

As for the food, Levitt and his partner Aimee Arciuolo have conscripted Steven Hubbell (previously of Salumè) to create a somewhat April Bloomfield-esque menu that includes nose-to-tail items like crispy sweetbreads, fried pig ears, and roast elk — plus a whole lotta pickled stuff. And the chef is doing double duty with cocktails featuring housemade bitters, unique infusions and such. Check out the food offerings below.

1 Knickerbocker, 1 Knickerbocker Ave., at Johnson Ave.; (347) 987-3751