Walking down the quiet and industrial Nevins Street, you'd never expect to find a restaurant as energetic and inviting as Freek's Mill. Inside, you’ll find a cozy, intimate space with exposed brick walls, filament light bulbs and a wood-burning oven in the back of the dining room—it’s that Brooklyn feel we’ve come to know and love, and this contemporary American small plates spot does it just so. The cuisine is seasonal, light and fresh, with each plate delivering something unique and unexpected. For a dish with full throttle flavor, opt for the kale and ricotta agnolotti with cubes of bacon and brunoised apple. Then prepare to dig in to the most heartbreakingly tender pork jowl with an appealingly gelatinous texture and a kick of heat.
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