On today’s episode of THE FOOD SEEN, many say Andrew Tarlow helped create the Brooklyn of today, and it’s Bohemian food lusting free spirit. In 1999, a refurbished dining car on the corner of Broadway and Berry in industrial South Williamsburg, opened as Diner, which begat Marlow & Sons, a cafe by day, oyster bar by night, documented in Diner Journal, their indie magazine, now celebrating their benefaction to the borough by a bound edition, Dinner at the Long Table. With it’s company of chefs and contributors, this cookbook is a party for all occasions, from New Years to 11:59PM.

download (45)

download (46)

photo by Adrian Gaut