“Brooklyn food, French inspiration”
M.O.B. is situated in Boerum Hill; across from a mosque and a block down from the future New Jersey Nets arena – a building born from the mind of rapper JAY-Z – and far from “hipster” neighborhoods like Williamsburg. Consistent with his previous projects, Cyril wants M.O.B. to be both a hot destination spot and a place for the locals, with prices affordable for all. From the start, he wants to give meaning to every facet. Obviously, his primary goal is, first and foremost, "to feed". A restaurant? Not just a restaurant, a movement, a way of life. The name is M.O.B. (Maimonides Of Brooklyn); a nod to the universalist philosopher who, in another era, would have lived here. The main course – the M.O.B. – a kind of "pie" or "avant-garde pizza" with different combinations of vegetables, fruits and spices, are in the shape of the arches of the Brooklyn Bridge. In order to continue his search for meaning, Cyril decides to create unique trays on which the M.O.B. will be served. He will make the trays (modern replicas of the Brooklyn Bridge) in a little French foundry and on the back add the phrase “designed by M.O.B. States, proudly made by French workers for the people of Brooklyn - Peace."
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Maimonide Of Brooklyn
- Wed - Fri: 12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
- Mon: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
- Sat: 12:00 pm - 12:00 am
- Sun: 11:00 am - 12:00 am
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