Psaraki, a traditional urban Greek restaurant, is coming to Williamsburg’s waterfront

Courtesy of Oleg March.

Take a vacation to Greece without leaving the city. 

Hospitality veteran James Paloumbis is opening Psaraki, a traditional urban Greek restaurant on Wednesday, July 17 next to Domino Park in South Williamsburg.

Psaraki means “little fish” in Greek and it’s now part of one of the many concepts brought to life by Paloumbis in New York City over the past 28 years. 

At the restaurant, visitors will feel as if they are sitting in a seaside taverna that is typically found in the shores of Greece.

The ambiance will offer tranquility and imitate the simplistic lifestyle of the Greek islands. 

In the backdrop, guests will face Brooklyn Bridge and the Williamsburg Bridge and will also have the Manhattan skyline as a backdrop as they enjoy a curated cocktail and traditional homemade Greek dishes. 

Courtesy of Oleg March.

Inside, the restaurant took inspiration from Classic Cycladic Greek architecture. Bamboo, stucco, beach stones, marble all decorate the interior. Moreover, the open kitchen will captivate visitors’ attention.

As for the dishes, they will be presented to resemble the Fisherman’s Table Experience, samples meant to be shared with the table prepared by a professional and experienced team of Greece’s finest kitchen chefs.

Some of the dishes include Psaraki Fish Chips, Pan-Seared Scallops, Marouli salad, Lamb Chops, Lobster Pasta, Fish Kebabs and many more. A selection of Greek wines and popular Greek coffees ready to complement any meal. 

Psaraki is located at 420 Kent Ave, Brooklyn. For more information, visit psaraki.com