Picture for a moment a typical Brooklyn restaurant. The design is sparse and wood-heavy. If any color graces the walls, it is in either a barely-present muted tone or it is bright, loud, and obvious. A bar usually dominates the space, and the shelves behind the bartenders are filled with the most unusual spirits obtainable. Decor is almost chicly nonexistent; tables are bare and the walls are adorned with pickles, sauces, and jellies canned by the kitchen staff. Maybe there’s an antique or two nestled in the corner space….