Jimmy's Diner

Row 1

577 Union Ave (btwn N 10th & N 11th St.)
Brooklyn, NY 11211
(718) 218-7174
$ $
Mon–Thu, Sun: 9:00 AM–10:00 PM Fri–Sat: 9:00 AM–Midnight

Foursquare Tips

  • The coffee is Stumptown. I'm on my third cup and having a hard time typing this tweet because my hand is shaking. With that being said, the coffee is fantastic.
  • this place is the joint. The cowboy burger and sweet potato fries made it feel like God was rubbing my belly. I plan to become a regular here.
  • I will back for sure! Amazing place and delicious food. Try the pulled pork with corn o the cob. :)
  • Homemade tater tots!
  • BLT. Do it now.
  • One of the few places in Williamsburg serving breakfast all day. Everything is good. Our server gave us free iced coffee after he witnessed how withered and hungover we were
  • 2016 started off looking bleak. I awoke with the taste of overpriced beer lingering in my mouth and an emptiness in my stomach that made my soul weep. Found Jimmy's and now I feel whole again.
  • Egg scramble with cheese grits is amazing. Best cornbread. Cash only but there's an ATM inside. Great music and great food.
  • The deep fried devilled eggs are the most beautiful thing in the world
  • Best steak n eggs in town!!!
  • This place is the best.
  • Tater Heaven will send you to Tater Heaven! Great service and music too!
  • food is great. trying to figure out the portland, maine connection... i lived there for many years. something portlandy is going on there.
  • The complimentary donuts are amazing and the coffee is Stumptown. What more can you ask for?
  • ask for "princess pie" !! best dessert!!
  • A hangover food oasis. The Southern, rock n roll vibe makes you feel like you're in another city (in a good way). The egg scrambles are great. And the Stumptown coffee is free...? (It was for us)
  • Coffee is great. Tater heaven is great. This is a great institution.
  • Cheese. Grits.
  • Incredible southern breakfasts!! It's like it's owned by the Black Keys
  • Guy thought the skillet apple waffle was "killer." The spicy salsa verde and golden raisins elevated the empanadas in the Chico Grande plate to a new level according to Guy.