Creamline and Miznon arrive at Dekalb Market Hall with Pulkies to follow

October 9, 2020, 5:32.18 pm ET  

        Photo: Creamline

Creamline and Miznon can now be found at the Dekalb Market Hall in Downtown Brooklyn.

Creamline American Classics has impressed New Yorkers since 2015 out of its original location in Chelsea Market. Led by chef Harris Mayer-Selinger, Creamline’s menu features locally-sourced ingredients from farms and artisans including its partner Ronnybrook Farm Dairy (Ancramdale, NY), Feather Ridge (Elizaville, NY), and Catskill Provisions (Long Eddy, NY). At Dekalb, Creamline will spotlight it's Fried Chicken Sandwiches (Buffalo / Honey Butter & Pickles / Ranch / Plain) and Milkshakes, along with other comforting favorites like Fries with house made cheese sauce, Griddled PB&Js, and Grilled Cheese with Tomato Soup. Check out Creamline in the former Fletcher’s Barbecue space  – open daily from 12:00pm to 7:00pm.

Miznon, the fast-casual eatery from famed Israeli chef Eyal Shani, is offering vegetable-driven cuisine and unique takes on Mediterranean street food. At Dekalb, guests can enjoy favorites like Rotisserie Broken Chicken with tahini, spicy green peppers, za'atar, and scallion and the Lavan with cauliflower, tahini, tomato salsa, spicy green peppers, and scallion, as well as a brand new menu item exclusive to Brooklyn: the Candy Steak Pita with crispy braised brisket, aioli, mustard, pickles, onion, and tomatoes. It is located in the  former Fortina space – open daily from 12:00pm to 8:30pm.

Soon to follow... Pulkies Jewish-Style BBQ. It launched during the summer of 2020 in response to the pandemic-related city-wide shutdown. After a successful season, the team decided to open a permanent brick and mortar location at Dekalb Market. A pioneer of this unique cuisine, Pulkies blends chef Harris Mayer-Selinger’s Ashkenazi Jewish and NYC roots with the flavors and spirit of American barbecue – with a particular spotlight on turkey and brisket. At Dekalb, guests can enjoy Meat + Three Combos and BBQ Sandwiches, as well as sides and desserts like the can’t-miss Cinnamon Babka Bread Pudding. Pulkies is expected to open this November in the former Foragers space. 

For more information, please visit the restaurant’s websites or call Dekalb Market Hall at 929-359-6555. You can also follow Creamline (@creamlinenyc), Miznon (@miznon_nyc), and Pulkies (@pulkiesbbq) on Instagram.

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