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Brooklyn Entrepreneur Opens D’OEUVRE in East Flatbush

D’OEUVRE features a diverse menu that includes wings, salmon sliders, ribeye steak, lobster mac and cheese, and more.
D’OEUVRE owner Jonathan Yearwood (center) cuts the ribbon at the official grand opening. Pictured left to right is Police Cadet Jonathan Ulysse; Detective YayTee Brown; Community Officer Mario Guerrero; Chef Rushaine Brown; Hostess Nailah Walthour; Chef Darryl Rass; Hostess Camille Antoine; CB11 Sue Ann Partnow; CB11 Chair Naomi Hopkins; Commanding Officer/Deputy Inspector Rachael Kosak; NYC Mayor’s Office Brooklyn Director Hercules Reid; NYPD Director Brian Adams; Business Owner Christopher White; NYPD Ambassador Marie Nelson; Sharliq Grant; and Chef Jaliek Stevens

Brooklyn entrepreneur Jonathan Yearwood recently opened the doors to his newest restaurant D’OEUVRE in East Flatbush.

D’OEUVRE is the followup venture to Yearwood’s first restaurant franchise, the Burger House, which he opened amidst the COVID-19 pandemic after witnessing the financial struggles occurring throughout his Brooklyn community.  

“While sheltering in, I wanted something good to eat besides what was being offered in my neighborhood,” said Yearwood. “So, I set out to create it.”

Following the success of the Burger House, Yearwood sought to develop a more opulent dining experience for his next eatery, while simultaneously maintaining the warm and friendly environment of his prior restaurant, which led to the creation of D’OEUVRE.

“With D’OEUVRE, I wanted to expand on that vision and create an upscale, family friendly environment and local place where everyone feels at home,” said Yearwood.

D'OEUVRE's menu is diverse, featuring starters like wings, salmon sliders, egg rolls, and mains such as ribeye steak, lamb chops, and lobster mac and cheese. 

In commemoration of the grand opening of D’OEUVRE, Yearwood hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony, with elected officials, members of the NYPD, neighboring business owners, as well as family and friends.

“There’s nothing like opening a new business, and seeing someone's dreams come to fruition,” said Hercules Reid, Brooklyn director with the NYC Mayor’s Office. 

D’OEUVRE can be found at 1775 Flatbush Ave. and is open Monday through Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. (closed on Wednesdays), according to the restaurant’s Instagram page.