Saul Bolton at Brooklyn Bangers

Bio

Saul Bolton is the chef/owner of Saul, The Vanderbilt, Red Gravy, and Brooklyn Bangers. He spent his early years in the kitchens of David Bouley and Eric Ripert, and the meticulousness of his seasonal menu reflects those experiences.

Accolades

  • One Star (Saul)
    Michelin Guide
  • Nominee for Best Chef: New York City
    James Beard Foundation
  • Best charcuterie (Vanderbilt)
    The Village Voice
  • Best New Brooklyn Neighborhood Joint
    Time Out New York
  • ChefsFeed Winner
    One of the Best Things to Eat in NYC

My Restaurants

Where I Eat

Behind the Scenes

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"Still love#PorkChop"
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"Winter Goodness!! #GrandArmyPlazaFarmersMarket#BradleyFarms#Goodness"
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"Sunday Morning #granola#healthy"
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Trippa alla Toscana
"On a cold night—which, in NYC, is not that often anymore—this is a dish I truly crave: succulent and redolent of garlic, with a hint of chili and a touch of funk. I don't want sterilized tripe. It comes with olive oil and a slab of grilled bread. Nice."
Luger's sizzling bacon
"With their house rolls and a little bit of steak sauce, this dish is unbelievable. I like it better than the legendary steak and shlag."
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Baguette
"I know, it's just a loaf of bread, but it's the stuff of life. Almondine makes a baguette that is a dish in itself. It amazes all five of my senses. Herve is an unsung master who keeps on keeping on. We need more craftsmen like him and less showmen."

From My Menu

Chef Kurt Gutenbrunner reviews Pan roasted rabbit loin at Saul
$$$ | Modern, | American
Cobble Hill
1 Review
"Chef Bolton has always been a whiz with rabbit. His version is never dry, and you can always count on some seasonal accompaniments prepared with finesse."