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Health-conscious Brooklynites dig new concept

Levin Management Corporation (LMC) has arranged a 2,300 s/f lease for growing farm-to-table restaurant brand Dig Inn at 166 N. 4th Street in Williamsburg.

The lease signing, arranged by LMC senior leasing representative Kyle Farley, marks the regional chain’s first location in Brooklyn.

Since its founding in 2011, Dig Inn has gained a loyal following of health-conscious patrons. Its restaurants serve locally produced organic ingredients at reasonable prices, according to Farley, who leads LMC in providing tenant representation services for Dig Inn Restaurant Group.

“Consumers are showing a growing interest in ‘healthier’ dining,” Farley said.

“The Dig Inn concept brings farm-fresh high-end menu options that are affordable and nutritious to the ‘fine-fast’ casual sector. Williamsburg is one of Brooklyn’s most desirable neighborhoods, with a burgeoning restaurant and retail scene. It’s a great fit for Dig Inn.”

Dig Inn’s business model brings a chef-driven approach to the casual dining segment.

The chain serves American food – mostly vegetables – using mindfully sourced produce, meat and seafood inspired by the changing seasons.

It’s known for its customizable market bowls, house-made sauces and dressings. Food can be eaten in or ordered to go.

Dig Inn is rapidly expanding its presence throughout the tri-state area, and currently has more than 20 restaurants open or in development throughout New York and Boston.

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