D'OEUVRE offers a diverse menu that includes wings, salmon sliders, ribeye steak, lobster macaroni and cheese, and more.
Brooklyn entrepreneur Jonathan Yearwood recently opened the doors to his newest restaurant, D'OEUVRE, in East Flatbush.
D'OEUVRE is the successor to Burger House, Yearwood's first restaurant franchise to open during the COVID-19 pandemic after witnessing the financial hardships occurring across Brooklyn communities.
“While we were sheltering in place, we wanted something delicious to eat other than what was being offered in our neighborhood,” Yearwood said. “So, I decided to try making one.”
Following the success of Burger House, Yearwood sought to develop a more luxurious dining experience in his next restaurant while maintaining the warm and friendly environment of his previous restaurant, which led to the creation of D'OEUVRE. Ta.
“With D'OEUVRE, we wanted to expand on that vision and create an upscale, family-friendly environment and a local place where everyone feels at home,” Yearwood said.
D'OEUVRE's menu is diverse, from appetizers like wings, salmon sliders and egg rolls to mains like ribeye steak, lamb chops and lobster mac and cheese.
To celebrate D'OEUVRE's grand opening, Yearwood hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony with elected officials, members of the NYPD, nearby business owners, and family and friends.
“There's nothing like starting a new business and seeing someone's dream come true,” said Hercules Reed, Brooklyn Director at the New York City Mayor's Office.
D'OEUVRE is located at 1775 Flatbush Ave. and is open Monday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. (closed Wednesdays), according to the restaurant's Instagram page.