A former barbershop on Broadway by the Williamsburg Bridge has become the latest addition to the expanding South Williamsburg culinary corridor, which includes (but is not limited to) Bridge Urban Winery, Marlow & Sons, Diner, Dressler, Miss Favela and La Superior. Now add Marlow & Daughters to the list; and before you get all "die yuppie scum!" please note that the barbershop closed only because the owner passed away over the summer, according to Brooklyn Based. (Of course it's possible he died from a heart broken by gentrification.)

Managed by micro-celebrity butcher Tom Mylan (friend of Gothamist), the shop specializes in pastured, grass-fed meat and carries everything from hoof to tail (see above). And since Mylan is the butcher for Marlow & Sons, Diner, and the two Bonita restaurants, he can buy whole animals and distribute every last tasty bit among the four eateries and the new shop. Almost all of it is sourced from regional farms and emphasizes a variety of breeds and species. For instance, rabbit, which Mylan put to use in a sausage for us just last week.