• Cocktails

    Our cocktail menu at Northeast Kingdom highlights updated versions of classic, pre-prohibition style cocktails as well as incorporating seasonal ingredients. We support mindfully crafted spirits made locally, traditionally & ethically. Our cocktails are designed to showcase the great efforts of their producers. With great care, simple ingredients & a sense of humor ABOVE ALL ELSE.

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    Cocktails

  • Apples

    Harvest

    Apple pressing day on the farm

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    Harvest

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    Our Farm

    Every Saturday – NEK Farm Stand 11am-7pm Vegetables, eggs, fruit, mushrooms and more from our farm.  

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    Our Farm

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    Foraging

    We being foraging in April into the autumn mushroom season.  Look for ramps, garlic mustard, trout lily, violets, nettle, elderflower, lambs quarter, hen of the woods and more on our seasonal menus.  

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    Foraging

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    Homemade

    Tortellini with local ricotta and house- foraged black trumpet mushroom (seasonal)

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    Homemade

  • Hen of the Woods

    Wild Mushrooms

    Autumn means making cider and and foraging for wild mushrooms in the Hudson Valley (hen of the woods pictured)

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    Wild Mushrooms

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    Restaurant

    We’re a restaurant in Bushwick, Brooklyn. We grow vegetables on our farm, buy meat from local farmers, forage wild mushrooms and love food.

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    Restaurant

  • Den and Wine Cellar

    The Den

    Our wine cellar and an intimate meeting spot for locals. Also available for private events and catered parties.

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    The Den

  • Bushwick Farm Stand

    Every Saturday’s 11am -7pm In front of NEK

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    Bushwick Farm Stand

Northeast Kingdom

Dearest Friends & Neighbors of Bushwick and Beyond,

 

It has been the greatest honor to be part of this dynamic and generous community for over 10 years. What a beautiful paint and dust-filled journey it’s been! Northeast Kingdom has been our second home, and we couldn’t have made it this far without your fiercely loyal friendship and unflinching support. Bushwick, you’ve been very good to us. You’ve made us better owners and better friends, but, most of all, you’ve made us better people. You are the most meaningful part of our story and the driving force behind what we do, and we want to thank you all for welcoming us and helping Northeast Kingdom become what it is today—a restaurant and a home to many.

My wife Meg and I opened Northeast Kingdom confident that Bushwick would grow and attract like-minded people who shared the creative, boundless vision of what the neighborhood could offer. The progress made in this community over the past decade has been such a thrill. Bushwick is a considerable feat of community-driven development. We’ve grown strong by uniting and filling the neighborhood with opportunity. It’s something we will always be thankful for and will always cherish.

After 10 unforgettable years in Bushwick, Northeast Kingdom will be serving its last meal on Saturday night, May 28th.

There’s no doubt this was a difficult decision to make, but we’re sure it’s what’s best for our family, which makes it both the right and only choice. Spending more time closer to our home upstate will allow us to devote more of our time and energy to our children.

This summer we’ll continue cultivating our farm upstate, and Meg will continue to work from her Bushwick studio. We still love the food world and feel passionately about the sustainable food movement. We will continue our efforts to promote community and conversation about food, bringing people into the fold, and sharing the knowledge to help people feel more connected to their food. Because above all else, this industry at its core is a very personal endeavor. And the personal connections we’ve forged over the years have truly been our greatest success, and we will continue to treasure them.

That said, we invite everyone to join us through the coming weeks for an ongoing celebratory send off.  Pull up a barstool, raise a glass, and share your memories—the good ones and especially the weird ones! Allow us the opportunity to express our sincere gratitude to each and every one of you.

And before we manage to cry into our second bowl of french fries, we’d like to offer a sort of farewell gift in the form of our special ketchup recipe! Enjoy it and remember the good times, the french fries, and every enormous burger you surprised yourself by being able to finish on your own. We love you, Bushwick! Stop by, and let us tell you in person!

 

Love,
Paris, Meg & The Entire Staff at Northeast Kingdom


Northeast Kingdom’s House Ketchup Recipe

Makes about 2 quarts ketchup.

INGREDIENTS

25 ounces distilled white vinegar
20 ounces tomato paste (we use Heinz)
12 ounces white sugar
3 ounces salt
1 tablespoon sriracha
¾ teaspoon onion powder
⅓ teaspoon garlic powder
⅓ teaspoon celery salt

PREPARATION

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees F. Combine all of the ingredients and whisk until mixture is completely smooth. Roast in the oven for 35 minutes. Remove from heat and allow time to cool. The ketchup will thicken as it cools. When cooled, whisk as needed in order to achieve a smooth consistency. Spoon ketchup into airtight containers. It will keep in your refrigerator for up to a month.

Enjoy!

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