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An exciting new restaurant is making its way from the Upper West Side to Brooklyn, even if nobody is telling you about it!
Nobody Told Me is a popular neighborhood cocktail spot on the Upper West Side and was established by Chef Nick Pfannserstill and co-owner Alberto Miranda in 2017. Chef Pfannerstill is well known for his other restaurant Mother’s Ruin, a popular Nolita cocktail bar. The restaurant is known for serving New American classics like burgers and spicy chicken sandwiches as well as eclectic appetizers like bacon wrapped dates an expansive raw bar.
Now, the two owners have just struck a deal to launch the restaurant’s first-ever expansion. Previously only available at 951 Amsterdam Avenue, Nobody Told Me will soon be joining Front & York, Dumbo’s latest condo project at 115 Front Street. Offering sweeping vistas of the East River and convenient access to downtown Brooklyn, Front & York is an exciting new development that pays homage to the historic character of Dumbo.
In a joint statement to press, Pfannerstill and Miranda stated “We love Dumbo and are incredibly excited to bring our food and drinks to this vibrant community,” adding that their aim “is to create a space that adds to the everyday rhythm of the neighborhood, with something for everyone.”
Additionally, Front & York secured two more leases, The Animal Cardiology Center and the bilingual daycare center Petits Poussins. All concepts are currently slated for a 2023 opening, but while you wait you can check out Nobody Told Me on the Upper West Side to try the food out for yourselves. Additionally, you can follow Nobody Told Me on Instagram for regular updates on all of their endeavors.