By Dispatch Editors on Saturday, December 4th, 2021 at 10:00 am
Fin du Monde has a one-anniversary serving Greenpoint.
The restaurant opened a year in the middle of the global pandemic and aimed to bring casual “non-French” French food to the neighborhood. Two blocks from McGolrick Park, the restaurant sits on a quiet corner of Driggs and Sutton.
The menu is a mix of French-inspired and American favorites and features drinks from local and New England breweries. Items like Cassoulet grace the menu along with gnocchi and crab cakes.
Chefs Mona Poor-Olschafskie and Christian Perkins were experienced NYC hospitality having worked at various breweries and restaurants like Torrisi Italian Specialties, Diner, Marlow and Sons, Annicka. They launched the restaurant with the help of a GoFundMe.
The small restaurant has approximately 20 seats indoors.
38 Driggs Ave