Bar Corvo, the recently opened Italian restaurant from the owners of the popular Al Di Là Trattoria in Park Slope, is now serving dinner seven nights a week.
The eatery, which opened in January, had been closed Tuesdays, but beginning tonight it will be open every night, said general manager Jacob Somers, who owns the restaurant with Al Di Là owners Anna Klinger and Emiliano Coppa.
According to Somers, brunch will begin later this month, and the restaurant will begin serving lunch in May. Once lunch begins it will be possible to get take-out, but only during lunch, Somers said.
Like its Park Slope sibling, Bar Corvo serves Italian cuisine, but with a more relaxed menu with lower priced options, said Klinger in the fall.
Because of its Al Di La connection, the restaurant’s opening had been highly anticipated by area foodies.
The name is a nod to the neighborhood’s history: Corvo means crow in Italian and the neighborhood is also known as Crow Hill.