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Hearth chef/owner Marco Canora added a new to-go window (door?) on the First Avenue side of the restaurant back on Nov. 3.
And people seem to like his bone broth and soups, which cost between $4 and $9. Crain's reports that the to-go business, called Brodo (Italian for broth), is attracting 200 customers a day.
Eater notes that the demand is such that Canora had to install a second stove for Brodo inside Hearth at East 12th Street.
Back to Crain's:
Mr. Canora said his new concept comes as the result of personal health issues, the rising popularity of broth and a desire to utilize Hearth's unused space. After January, he hopes to add vegetarian and seafood broths. He also plans to operate Brodo year-round. For the summer, he's considering serving refreshments such as tomato juice as well as a cucumber-fennel concoction, both with broth ice cubes.
It's very good.
There was a piece about it on CBS news this morning too.
Hearth also recently had a HUGE rent increase. Gotta offset that.
back to Sendak, "in January it is so nice while slipping on the sliding ice.."
Soup and broth rock every month.And as hesitant as I am to love a Hearth outpost, I frequent this window beyond my budget. Sipping once, sipping twice..sipping Brodo every night.
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