MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View
This charming Fort Greene trattoria arrives courtesy of Matt Hyland—a graduate of the Institute of Culinary Education and a former partner at Sottocasa. Named for his wife, this is a cozy, intimate reprieve from bustling Fulton Street, with a simple décor and small back bar where you can catch a glimpse of the kitchen’s wood-fired pizza oven. The rustic tables bustle with young families from the neighborhood. Whet your appetite with Asian-inspired small plates like sticky-spicy Korean-style wings or tender Sichuan pork ribs before ordering one of the lip-smacking pizzas listed as reds, pinks (vodka sauce) and greens (tomatillo sauce). Or, head straight for the epic grass-fed, dry-aged burger with caramelized onions and Grafton cheddar.