The wildly popular Brooklyn joint Buttermilk Channel is a really good spot. I went last month, and really loved the vibe. On most tables you'll find a plate or two of their Buttermilk Fried Chicken ($19), served on a cheddar waffle and with a Savoy cabbage slaw. It's a solid rendition of fried chicken, and I definitely enjoyed my bird. Crispy, flaky, juicy, delicious. The slaw was fab, and that cheddar waffle was a nice touch, although a tad dry.
You'll be plenty satisfied with the complimentary popovers sent out to your table. Airy perfection.
A barbecued oyster ($3) with smoked bacon and green onions, and an iced oyster ($2.50) with a grapefruit mignonette, will surely tickle your fancy. Both were refreshing, and a great bite (or slurp).
A snack of Caputo's handmade mozzarella ($5) with basil and warm anchovy sauce, was uniquely served on a stick, and a tasty bite.
Grilled kale and endive salad ($9) with an anchovy dressing, soft-boiled egg, and sourdough croutons, was my type of salad. Excellence.
You must end with a dessert called "Doug's Pecan Pie Sundae" ($8), it's unbelievable!