Parish Hall

Row 1

109A N 3rd St (btwn Berry St. & Wythe Ave.)
Brooklyn, NY 11249
(718) 782-2602
American, Breakfast
$ $ $
Mon–Fri: 11:00 AM–11:00 PM Sat: 10:00 AM–11:00 PM Sun: 10:00 AM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • food is delicious and OMFG it isn't decorated like some bullshit pull chain toilet and antiqued mirrors bullshit.
  • "...beautiful things happen when George Weld stays open for dinner." Silvia Killingsworth reviews Parish Hall 10/29/12:
  • Local and sustainable with many of the veggies coming from the owner's farm and seafood caught locally. Innovatively adapts traditional American recipes. Best of NYC Crtics' choice for best American!
  • Happy to award the Snail of Approval to Parish Hall. Follow our #SnailofApproval list here:
  • Gorgeous new restaurant! Those Egg people do good work!
  • Patty Melt: Pat LaFrieda has nothing on this burger blend...Lamb bacon w. beef=rich, drippy, delicious served w. grilled onion & Welsh-style farmstead cheese on butter-griddled rye from Polish bakery
  • Parish Hall (& 50+ other eateries) will be sampling their fare at our 2013 Choice Eats tasting event on 3/19 - can't wait!
  • Insanely delicious and well thought out menu. Finish your INCREDIBLE meal with the Mast Brothers chocolate will blow your mind and make you want to cry tears of joy.
  • The team behind Egg has opened this Williamsburg restaurant for lunch. The menu includes a lamb-shoulder sandwich on sourdough. Dinner will launch on Friday, April 13.
  • Try the rye cake with maple mousse!
  • If you like pt, get the pt. If you don't like pt, get the goddam pt! Amazing food all around. And the Whinnie Palmer is doing her husband proud.
  • Savory Oatmeal! Soo good!! Also comes with toast, which they don't tell you, so don't make an amateur mistake and order a side of toast. ;)
  • This place rocks! I had the duck...D-lish!
  • Try the smoked trout toasts and pair them with the Muskateller. Worth the visit just for that pairing.
  • Don't eat here. The service is slow and dismal. We waited over 2 hours for food and waiters were non-responsive. The place was dead empty also.
  • Good food (smoked trout toast, brussels, duck breast, pork chop) but awful service. >2 hrs to get apps and entrees. No offer for dessert menu. We had to flag someone for the check to get outta there.
  • The savory oatmeal at brunch is a must for vegetable lovers. It's a "healthy" alternative to hash and just an imaginative dish over all.
  • For brunch, try the smoked trout salad. You won't regret it.
  • Egg wrapped in a squash blossom.
  • Smoked trout toast is exceptional.