“Three Letters offers French and American dishes with creative twists. Drawing on classic technique and a background deeply rooted in seasonal cooking and sourcing locally, Chef Pip Freeman’s menu highlights the best of what’s available at any given moment from regional farms and purveyors. Arranged by Hors d’Oeuvres, Appetizers, Sandwiches and Entrées, each section contributes to the overall narrative of the dining experience in its own way. Owing in part to Freeman’s past life as a vegan, the menu offers a broad range of vegetarian-friendly dishes, ensuring that those who prefer a non-meat lifestyle enjoy a hearty meal too. He previously worked at Rene Pujol in Midtown and The Grocery in Carroll Gardens.
Manager Cam Honsa curated a seasonal bar program with the hopes of keeping a focused and approachable wine list (there are four wines on tap) while drawing attention to Cognac, Calvados and Armagnac. The Spirits list features several local and small distilleries while the cocktail list has something for everyone.
Asa Johnson is a good friend and passionate NYC philanthropist who came to Cam and Pip with a vision of a small, casual restaurant.
The design of the space was done by Jack Dakin, a friend of the Three Letters guys. He designed a warm, comfortable place with quirky French aesthetic touches including movie posters, Brooklyn toile wallpaper from Flavor Paper, an Andre the Giant poster and some of Pip’s French cookbooks. Complete with white tin ceilings, black and white tiled floor, cozy burgundy banquettes, zinc accents and an ample bar, the space evokes an atmosphere loosely reminiscent of the truck stops Pip experienced while biking through France many years ago.”
Tuesday – Friday 5:30pm – 7pm. $6 glasses of wine, $5 beers on tap.
Tuesday – Thursday • 5:30pm – 10:30pm
Friday & Saturday • 5:30pm – 11:30pm
Sunday Dinner • 5:30pm – 10:30pm
Saturday/Sunday Brunch • 11:00am – 3:00pm
930 Fulton Street
Image via www.threelettersbrooklyn.com