I went there one time and will certainly be back here the first time I'm back in Williamsburg. Service, food, atmosphere and crowd there, all was perfect.
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Farm to Table restaurant, easy walk from the first M Train Brooklyn stop (Just down from Peter Lugar's). Informal farm like tables. Bubbly enthusiastic waitress). Started with the Morel toast Appetizer, delicious, mains included Soft Shell crabs (Not quite New Orleans standard, but nicely done)...More
Lowered lights, cozy tables, excellent food. The people I dined with had dietary restrictions that were no problem for this small menu. All the gluten and dairy I ate was amazing too. Only negative was that the desserts seemed uninteresting, therefore I looked elsewhere.
This is a welcoming, warm space. The back room has a long bar, wood paneling, and some communal seating - it was perfect on the blustery day I ate there. The cocktail I ordered was well executed. Service was casual and friendly. So relieved to...More
I wish people would stop reviewing this place and calling it "Hipster", I am not sure what they mean by that. Andrew Tarlow has been setting up restaurants in Williamsburg for over 20 years, so I would not call his establishments hipster. Anyway, Marlow and...More
This place seems to do everything - breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, eat in or take out, sit in or sit out (according to weather), coffee and a pastry, or just the bar in the evening. It attracts a very hip crowd of locals, and you...More
For amazing food - usually southern style this is the place. You'll be dining elbow to elbow with some of the leading rock stars and Hollywood stars who happen to be in New York. But the attention is mostly on the food which is very...More
This is a little gem of a restaurant. It's owned and staffed by people who care about their products; great service and very, very good food. Be warned you may only have a selection of 5 appetizers and 3 entrees. But all are done excellently....More
Good reviews have guided us here and we were rewarded with a very pleasant atmosphere, broad selection of beers, friendly staff and tasty food (a bit on the spice side). Nevertheless there was a disappointing but. When the chocolate caramel desert kicked our pallets the...More