Glasserie located in the former home of Greenpoint Glass Works. The building was erected in 1860 by Christian Dorflinger, an immigrant from Alsace,
to house his expanding Glass Factory. The operation included kilns, docking facilities on Newtown Creek, and a production line. The factory itself also
included housing for the employees in its wings. This cut glass was so highly regarded that special pieces were requested for the White House collection.
In 1882 the factory came into the possession of the Elliot P. Gleason Manufacturing Co, and in 1902 was renamed The Gleason-Tiebout Glass Co.
Gleason-Tiebout operated out of the building for years, employing around 300 people. The prints throughout the restaurant are from original glass fixture catalogues
(kept safe by the Corning Glass Museum). We are told that divers in Newtown Creek have found some of these original glass fixtures. Gleason-Tiebout continued operations
in the building until 1946 when it moved across Newtown Creek to Queens.
Our Food Philosophy
Glasserie believes in good food. We do our best to find the freshest and most superior product from as close to us as possible.
We then manipulate the product as little as possible to achieve the desired result and still honor the integrity of the plant or animal in its original form.
We value old recipes from our grandmothers and great grand mothers and bring them to our neighborhood in an approachable way.
Our roots are in the Mediterranean and focus is on Middle Eastern flavors and culture mixed in with contemporary techniques.
Glasserie is growing quickly and often looking to fill new kitchen and front of house positions. We would love to hear from you !
Please email resume and cover letter to email@example.com to join Team-G.
Chef: Eldad Shem Tov
General Manager: Andrea Graugnard