Pool and shuffleboard on offering. Photo credit: Industry City.

Vincent Chirico, the chef and serial restaurateur behind Coarse in the West Village and Vai on the Upper West Side, opened a new restaurant today in Sunset Park’s Industry City. We got some photos and a copy of the menu.

Looks like the equally cryptically named “Filament” (full title: Filament at The Landing) is a pescatarian-friendly gastropub featuring dishes like charred octopus and hamachi. The menu seems pretty reasonably priced, with plates in the $14-15 range. For us hungry and carnivorous Ron Swanson types, there is also a $28 ribeye steak with patatas grandas. The drinks menu has a full selection of craft beers, cocktails, and coffee.

(Photo courtesy of Industry City)

There’s both indoor and outdoor dining and, for recreation, shuffleboard and pool tables. That should pair nicely with the ping-pong and mini golf at another new Industry City restaurant, The Wheelhouse, a satellite of beloved floating restaurant The Frying Pan.

Filament at the Landing, Industry City, 220 36th Street, Sunset Park; open Mon-Tue 9:30am–8pm, Wed-Fri 9:30-10pm, Sat. noon-10pm, and Sun noon-6pm.