Dig Inn Just Opened Its First Brooklyn Location

Dig Inn Williamsburg
Photo: Dig Inn

Williamsburg never ceases to surprise us with openings Dig Inn‘s first Brooklyn location is no different. Dig Inn Williamsburg (166 N 4th Street), opened June 13.

“We’ve been eager to open a restaurant in Brooklyn since early on, but took our time to expand in a thoughtful, intentional way,” Dig Inn Founder and CEO Adam Eskin said. “Williamsburg sits at the intersection of so many vibrant communities and types of cuisine, and we’re excited to be part of the fabric of this neighborhood.”

What to expect at Dig Inn Williamsburg

The fast-casual chain’s latest location has new menu offerings, which just may have me standing in line for something besides their farro and sweet potatoes for lunch and upstate mac for dinner. Chef-driven dinner specials unique to the Williamsburg’s location, feature vegetables grown at Dig Inn’s upstate farm. While the dinner specials will rotate frequently look for items such as pork ribs with Chinese broccoli slaw and fried green tomatoes; grilled pole beans with arugula, strawberries and basil; and salt-baked new potatoes, garlic scape butter and summer truffle to start.

Photo: Dig Inn.

“The dinner special menu is curated around a rotating supply of seasonal produce from Dig Inn’s farm in Chester, NY and our local farm partners,” Chief Culinary Officer Matt Weingarten said. “It allows our chefs to experiment with the best of the season and further develop their culinary skills. All specials will be offered in limited supply, depending on the produce available.”

Pair those dishes with Bruce Coast Ginger Ale or Bushwick Tea, both served on-tap and indulge in your meal while relaxing in the custom lounge chairs from Brooklyn designer Yaron Pardo. Dig Inn worked with a number of Brooklyn-based food, beverage and design partners to shape the Williamsburg’s look and feel.

The opening of Dig Inn Williamsburg kicks off a summer of expansion for the brand, with three more locations set to open in the Upper West Side, Tribeca and Herald Square.

“An entirely new culinary playground for us,” Eskin said.