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“Homer has taken the joy of the family to have a drink, have a meal, and have friends together in one place, and made it his life’s work.” 

Bill Murray, Dad

In 2012, next to the newly reopened Transmitter Park, by the (then) quiet waterfront in Greenpoint, Homer Murray built out the space that would become 21 Greenpoint. As a native New Yorker with deep familial connections to Chicago, Homer grew up experiencing many different traditional styles of cuisine and street food. After traveling extensively for work as a photo assistant he came back to New York full time and immersed himself in the restaurant world of early 2000’s Brooklyn. Through his varied experience, and passion for a good time, Homer has created a space and a menu that is thoughtful, trustworthy and welcoming. Homer worked for years as Sous Chef of Roebling Tea Room and River Styx, before becoming the Chef and Owner of 21 Greenpoint.

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