Betto

Row 1

Details
138 N 8th St (btwn Berry & Bedford)
Brooklyn, NY 11249
(718) 384-1904
Italian, Spanish, French
$ $ $ $
Hours
Tue–Thu: 5:30 PM–11:00 PM Fri: 5:30 PM–Midnight Sat: Noon–Midnight Sun: Noon–10:30 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Outstanding new restaurant with whole animals offered every night. Get the whole suckling pig.
  • Rustic, hidden gem in the heart of Williamsburg. Love the truffled eggs with bottarga at brunch and the warm, friendly service.
  • Gourgeous place with amazing HH deals 7 days/week: $1 draft beer, $2 bottled beer, $5 prosecco, red and white wines, and $9 cocktails!
  • brunch is insanely delicious. cant stop thinking about the ricotta flatbread with fried eggs and the baked apples.
  • god. THE COFFEE IS AWFUL.
  • Oh my fucking shit - ricotta fritters. GOD! Do it.
  • Food is amazing. Service is awesome as well. Get the mussels.
  • Delicious food in a relaxed late environment. Probably my favorite of all of their restaurants. The atmosphere is relaxed and hip. The chicken is great. (3 of 4 petals via Fondu)
  • Get the pecorino and apple crostini.
  • Shaved Brussels sprout salad disappointing not crafted well, meatballs & spaghetti Just ok, squid entree not good, dish tastes like tomato pure, LOVED the squash fritters just awesome!
  • Hands down, the nicest bartender I've ever had serve me (the guy who kinda looks like krammer). He has the best recommendations and let's you sample most drinks. Go to the bar here!
  • Try the The Carpetbagger - Gin, bourbon, lemon, mint, and bitters. And awesome variation on a julep with more kick and less sugar since the recipe doesn't call for simple syrup.
  • Great happy hour lovely service!
  • Celebrate the slaughter of "whole animals" at Betto "every night".
  • Buy the 18 dolla spaghetti and win a free trip to Italy ?! Done
  • HOLY SHIT - caramel bundito. FARK. HELP ME.
  • Stick to the egg dishes and flatbread. Don't sit downstairs in winter or you will freeze
  • Meatballs are killer. Kale Caesar/Seasonal crostini are, too (late summer is the best - peach, burrata, and puntarelle). The bar makes a fine Bluecoat negroni served over a very large ice cube.
  • Ricotta crostini. Not fritter. Crostini.
  • Appears to be closed on Mondays, or perhaps for good?