Here at Eats Meats West we’ve made no effort to hide our admiration of Henry Public. From the vintage late 19th/early 20th Century furniture to the ample cocktail menu to the sinfully juicy turkey leg sandwiches – what’s not to like? The cheeseburger is on the salty side, which I liked. Sometimes the atmosphere at Henry Public is just a little too…how do I put this…Brooklyn. It’s just like, is that couple next to the fireplace really making out in front of us [at brunch], really? Is that other couple with the high-end baby stroller really talking about their novel? Seriously? Is that French I hear from the group in the corner? Definitely. I mean, I’m kidding, and actually it’s what makes BK so great. It’s like everyone grew up and became successful, but didn’t lose the idiosyncrasies that made them unique. Also the trees. We have trees.