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Take a Peek at Craft Work's Revamped Menu

Peanut butter pie, labneh harissa, and more

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Craft Work.
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It's been a little over a month since Craft Work introduced its new chef Aaron SolleyTaking over for Matt Dalton in April, Solley has been at in the kitchen developing the West Village eatery's new menus — providing longtime favorites with updates and trading out older items for fresh entrees. Solley, who returned to the area after seven-years operating a restaurant in Portland, Oregon, aimed to incorporate more Mediterranean and French-style dishes.

On the updated dinner menu, rolled out over the last few weeks, regulars will find revamped versions of house favorites including the fish & chips, guacamole & chips, and burgers as well as newer additions like a cheesy labneh harissa appetizer served with Holbrook Market bread, a roasted beet & carrot entree, and a tasty peanut butter pie for dessert. Take a peek and the dinner and brunch menus below:

Craft Work Dinner Menu

Craft Work Brunch Menu

Craft Work

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