Via Terroir's Twitter feed, the restaurant's management posted this sign in the window of the soon-to-open establishment, which should be up and running "like really soon" in the space last home to Great Lakes, on Fifth Avenue and First Street. The tongue in cheek note certainly proves that they're no strangers to hyperbole:
"Yes, this is the former home of Great Lakes, one of the greatest dive bars in NYC history... Super cheap beers. Super cool juke box. Super cool regulars. Super smell of stale cigarettes. Super amounts of Xmas lights. Super good time!
Terroir Park Slope will pay homage to Great Lakes by... uhmmmm... well... okay, remembering the good times. Instead, we will serve Marco's veal ricotta meatballs (the best balls to ever pass your lips), and fried stuff (who doesn't like fried stuff) and lots of pork (__ to a pig in effect) and wine and beer. And we will wear Revolutionary War garb to remember the Battle of Brooklyn (General Howe, go to Hell!)"