The menu will look “sort of like this. ish,” the wine bar wrote on Facebook, linking to a sample menu that’s now posted on its website. Among the potential offerings from chef Nick Curtola, formerly of Franny’s: charcuterie such as Iberico lardo with Brazil nuts, snacks like roasted walnuts with fried sage and za’atar, share plates like a pork shank and a whole snapper, and plates like a dry-aged sausage with spring onions and chanterelles.
The wine list will have a strong emphasis on natural wines, Justin Chearno told the Times when news of the endeavor first surfaced. And bottles will hail from Germany, Spain, France, and the US, by the looks of the photo below. Which, yes, also shows what the sound system will look like. Pretty much exactly what you’d expect from the DFA Records co-founder.
The Four Horsemen, 295 Grand St., Williamsburg; 718-599-4900