Gallery: ISA is a Sustainably Designed Brooklyn Eatery with a Primitive...

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Take a stroll down Wythe Avenue in Brooklyn and you might notice a cozy, rustic, rather inconspicuous eatery with a simple wood sign announcing ISA. Designer and restaurateur Taavo Somer, the man behind Freemans and Peels in Manhattan, has slowly been piecing together the unique atmosphere which he describes as "primitive modernism." Together with chef Ignacio Mattos of il Buco, ISA offers a unique dining experience in a sustainably designed space.

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