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Corner Charcuterie Bar

850 W. 36th St. (Elm Ave.) Send to Phone
Hampden establishment offering a menu that morphed from game-centric to one more diverse.

Lunch Wed.-Fri., Dinner nightly, Brunch Sat.-Sun.

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Corner Charcuterie Bar Restaurant Review

: This Hampden establishment’s theme has changed and a liquor license gained, so owner Bernard Dehaene has combined his charcuterie bar with his former The Corner BYOB, and is offering dinner snacks the likes of which include goat cheese-stuffed peppadews, white kimchi, and creamy chicken waffles. Go a bit larger with the teasers of truffled lobster mash or deep-fried duck egg with pork belly. The culinary daredevil can indulge in the ostrich tartare, beef tongue “ravigotte” or the charred octopus burger. Charcuterie boards feature Venetian soppressata and saucisse de Lyon paired with a selection of cheeses like Langa la Tur. Happy hour from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. is a great time to get a taste and a more cost-effective price.


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