Michael Jacober was born and raised in Rhode Island and his love of food began in his mom’s garden. He spent summers working at the Clarke Cooke House in Newport, RI and – after graduating from Penn State with a degree in Restaurant Management – Michael moved to Paris to pursue his culinary passion. Next stop was NYC, where Michael continued working in kitchens (Per Se, Insieme, Annisa, and Franny’s) before launching The Morris Truck in 2011. Glady’s was soon to follow, opening its doors in 2013. When not on the truck or at the restaurant, Michael can be found helping out his wife at Queens Farm.
Matteo grew up in Smithfield, Rhode Island and learned a love of cooking at an early age from his father, Bob Potenza. He spent his childhood cooking, foraging, gardening and making wine with his father. After spending several years in the natural foods industry, he pursued a career in cooking upon arrival in New York City. He learned a mixture of new and classic techniques from Sean Heller and Tim Dailey at Momofuku Noodle Bar, as well as the traditions of Shojin-Ryori and Kaiseki at Kajitsu under Ryota Ueshima and Hiroki Odo. When he’s not cooking, Matteo likes to hike, read, play drums and skateboard.
Shannon’s passion for crafting and serving drinks begin with her first barista gig in Providence, RI while studying Painting at RISD. After graduation, she made and exhibited her art before moving to NYC in 2003, taking up work as a props and wardrobe assistant by day and bartender by night. When she is not penning drink recipes, tinkering with cocktails, or exploring NYC’s bar and restaurant scene, Shannon enjoys raising a vegetable garden, cooking with friends, and collecting “too many books”.
788 Franklin Avenue Brooklyn, NY
Dining and Takeout Hours:
Monday / Tuesday 12:00 – 3:00, 5:30 – 11:00
Wednesday / Thursday 5:30 – 11:00
Friday 12:00 – 3:00, 5:30 – 12:00
Saturday 12:00 – 3:00, 5:30 – 12:00
Sunday 12:00 – 3:00, 5:30 – 10:30
Kitchen stops serving 30 minutes before close.