Jeffrey Beers International, the 16,000-square-foot Gotham Market at The Ashland offers eight distinct dining and drinking venues at the base of The Ashland, a luxury residential development.Designed by
The design pays tribute to Brooklyn’s rich architectural tradition with an industrial-styled space and materials reminiscent of the borough’s history. Floor to ceiling windows create a bright and cheery backdrop for the market’s illuminated counters. Other design elements include exposed concrete, brick, white subway tiles and reclaimed wood.
A 26-foot entrance atrium features black steel pipe chandeliers with 180 hand-blown glass globes created by KEEP at the neighboring Urban Glass studios.
The culinary options include Apizza Regionale, serving locally sourced Italian lunch and dinner items, including brick-oven pizzas; Boqueria, a Spanish tapas restaurant; Bar Granger, the market’s central bar; Egg at the Bird, offering breakfast and coffee items; Flip Bird, a rotisserie and fried chicken restaurant with vegetable-drive side dishes; Mason Jar, offering southern comfort food and wide-screen TVs for watching games and events; and MJ Station, which offers Mason Jar’s signature dishes in a grab-and-go format. Finally, the eighth spot serves as a pop-up space for a rotating selection of local chefs and restaurateurs. First up is Crabby Shack, a Crown Heights neighborhood favorite known for crab rolls and crab grilled cheese.