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Take Root Growing in Cobble Hill

Cobble Hill restaurant undergoes changes.

Elise Kornack and Anna Hieronimus own Take Root. (Courtesy Photo)
Elise Kornack and Anna Hieronimus own Take Root. (Courtesy Photo)
Once a part-time yoga studio that held occasional tastings and brunch, Take Root in Cobble Hill has listened to its patrons and is focusing solely on dinner due to the popularity of the tastings.

The small restaurant at 187 Sackett Street will no longer offer yoga classes that once took place in the back, or Sunday brunch. Dinner will be offered Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 8 p.m, and now the former yoga space will be used for dining.  

After the new year, seven chairs will be added, bringing Take Root to a 19 diner capacity. Also, at times, the front and back spaces will be separated so that private dining or private events can be held in one space while the normal tasting can be served in the other. 

Chef Elise Kornack, who owns the restaurant with her wife (as of just last month) Anna Hieronimus, offers an ever-changing tasting menu currently featuring items such as Beetroot with Kombu, Cuttlefish with Black Garlic and more. With the holidays under way, Take Root will transform their tasting into The Feast of Seven Fishes on Dec. 18 through Dec. 22.

Some other changes include the removal of communal tables in favor of smaller tables for two and four as well as new wood floors, walnut tables, sound system and more.

At Take Root, private dining is $125 per person which includes the space rental fee. They can take reservations for 5-10 guests with an empty seat fee of $25 to fill the 10 seats.

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