The neighborhood eatery called Cherry Point is run by a chef named Ed Szymanski, and his dishes have recently been the center of critique when it comes to Time’s critic Pete Wells. Mr. Wells claimed that the refinement and moderation of the dishes was superb, as well as the extensive wine list. He also doted on the toffee pudding’s cake-like texture that he found surprisingly delightful. After all was said and done, he gave the restaurant a two-star rating.
- When former Beatrice Inn head chef, Ed Szymanski, joined the team as executive chef at a Greenpoint neighborhood bar and restaurant, Cherry Point, he won praises from critics.
- Cherry Point opened in 2016 and it has been offering charcuterie plates on the restaurant which it will continue to do under the leadership of Szymanski.
- Cherry Point is amongst the latest restaurants that Ed Szymanski is working at and his resume includes notable restaurants like Pitt Cue and Spotted Pig.
““The plates are marked by a refinement and moderation that is not always achieved by other chefs in the guts-and-fat school of cookery,” the critic goes on to write. Fish and vegetable dishes, though sparing, leave their mark, too.”