The Elm In Williamsburg Is Closing

The Elm in Williamsburg has been open for nearly three years and unfortunately will be officially closing this coming Sunday. When the restaurant originally opened in August 2013 inside the King & Grove Williamsburg hotel, chef Paul Liebrandt believed the restaurant would serve as a ‘gateway’ for a clientele dissimilar to that of Corton.

The food and coffee at The Elm were highly praised including a three star rating from Adam Platt, however there was something about the atmosphere that never really jived. Chef Paul Liebrandt has mentioned that he would like to undertake another fine-dining restaurant project, so perhaps this may be the push to do so. For more information on the closing of The Elm in Williamsburg, click here.

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