The first brick and mortar location of Brooklyn Flea favorite Landhaus opened last Thursday in the space on Union Street just west of Seventh Avenue that was most recently occupied by People's Pops, which will be returning once it gets warmer.
The "farm to sandwich" food shop, run by Matthew Lief, Michael Felix and Maria Dela Cruz, is best known for its gutbusting, crazy-delicious sandwiches, and even though there are only a few items on the menu they certainly deliver. There's a shredded grass-fed short rib sandwich topped with cheddar cheese sauce and thinly sliced pickled peppers, a giant pork meatball with arugula and Parmesan, and, yes, their famous bacon on a stick. There's also a roasted mushroom sandwich, beet salad, cauliflower soup, and a couple homemade beverages. A couple items on the menu will most likely change.
They'll be sticking around until springtime, when fellow Brooklyn Flea standby People's Pops will be returning to the space. As of now their hours are 11 AM - 8 PM daily.
Landhaus, 808 Union Street Brooklyn NY 11217.