After 14 successful years in the neighborhood, Boerum Hill’s Michelin-starred restaurant, Saul, has moved to a new and larger space in the world-renowned Brooklyn Museum. Chef Saul Bolton has collaborated with the Brooklyn Museum and Restaurant Associates to bring the vibrant community a remodeled and refined version of the lauded New American restaurant.  Chef Bolton also oversees food and beverage for the Museum’s café, the Counter.

Available a la carte, prix fixed, or via a chef’s tasting, the menus at Saul are inspired both by the season’s bounty, as well as the products and ingredients sourced from the restaurant’s long-standing artisanal purveyors. Guests will find a number of old favorites on the menu, in addition to several re-imagined newcomers. To complement Chef Bolton’s fare is Saul’s impressive wine list and cocktail program where mixologist Dan Carlson has created a number of seasonal libations for guests to enjoy.

The Counter at the Brooklyn Museum offers guests the option of a more casual brunch or lunch. Museum goers may choose from a selection of freshly prepared food to eat on-site or for taking on the go. The menu features gourmet snacks, salads, sides and sandwiches, as well as a number of daily specials and sweets. Wine and local beer is available as well.

The 87-seat space, designed by Red Hook-based UHURU, was inspired by the abstract, geometric Paul Kelpe murals featured in the restaurant's main dining room.  With respect to the past and an eye towards the future, the UHURU design team sought to infuse their Brooklyn ethos into this vital cultural center. Floor-to-ceiling glass windows allow guests to peer into one of the museum’s rotating exhibits in the Great Hall, while an outdoor patio that seats up to 40 allows for al fresco dining.