Vinegar Hill House

72 Hudson Ave
Brooklyn NY 11201
(718) 522-1018
Categories Food

Vinegar Hill House Photos
  1. Vinegar Hill House
  2. Vinegar Hill House
  3. Vinegar Hill House
  4. Vinegar Hill House
  5. Vinegar Hill House
  6. Vinegar Hill House

The Daily Meal Editors and Community Say

Add Your Review

Best Dishes Our Community's Favorite Dishes
Red Wattle Country Chop
"Red Wattle Country Chop"
Reviewed By:
  1. tdmstaff "With a crispy crust and moist inside, this succulent chop is served with a side of homemade sauerkraut and makes every bite full of flavor "
"With a crispy crust and moist inside, this succulent chop is served with a side of homemade sauerkraut and makes every bite full of flavor "

Around the Web
Vinegar Hill House - Vinegar Hill - New York Magazine Restaurant Guide
A seasonal American restaurant from chef Brian Leth. See the review of this American Traditional restaurant at 72 Hudson Ave. in Brooklyn.
Vinegar Hill House Menu - Vinegar Hill - New York Magazine Restaurant Guide
View the menu for Vinegar Hill House. Updated regularly.
Foursquare Tips
Plenty of great finds on the budget-friendly wine list. [Eater 38 Member]
Food Network
On Food Network's The Best Thing I Ever Ate, Frank Bruni recommends the Red Wattle Country Chop at Vinegar Hill House in Brooklyn, NY. Find more tips at Food Network Local.
Louis Vuitton
One Louis Vuitton Friend of the House recommends the pork chops at this special location. Don’t miss it! Find out who at the LV Amble site.
Elyse E.
Wonderful place, food is amazing but leave room for the Guiness chocolate cake with cream cheese frosting and the salted caramel custard. Both outstanding!
The Corcoran Group
Large parties should definitely make reservations. Once seated, try the Fennel and Radish Salad followed by the Cast Iron Chicken!
The cream cheese-frosted Guinness cakes are rich and so delicious. They follow a dinner of quail eggs and hearty meats nicely. This is comfort food at its best, so indulge! - Soraya
Spencer F.
Worth the trip. Really love the interior design and the pork chop. The octopus starter was great too. Cute backyard.
Maxwell Z.
2-hour wait on a Friday night, but try and find a place at the bar - it's worth it. The beets in avocado and chicken were incredible.
Nate K.
F to York -> Walk north away from the throngs of folks in Dumbo proper to discover Vinegar Hill, maybe the only NY hoods that could be called a hamlet. Then fill yo belly with scrumptious food/drink.
Jessi P.
Delicious brunch, and so cute inside.
lisa l.
Come before 7:30pm before the crowds start.
christian svanes k.
the dress code is ridiculously relaxed but the food is serious. the arctic char is a stand-out, as is the basement dining annex by the fireplace. bread pudding for dessert is never a mistake.
Nabil M.
great for Brunch - and dinner
Brandon P.
Bitter greens salad with buttermilk dressing, the chop, and the Guiness chocolate cake. Say no more
How To Make It In America
If there's a perfect template for the new-age Brooklyn restaurant, this is it.
Jen S.
Go to Vinegar Hill House and be happy that you stayed in Brooklyn. They will be nice to you even if you are the only person in the place not wearing plaid. Also, there is a fireplace.
Chloe G.
Try the salad with fresh buttermilk dressing
Sean C.
Get the chop - crazy good.
 janelle g.
The thimble-sized glasses of wine will bankrupt you before you can even get a buzz on!
 janelle g.
sit next to the wood-burning stove. you'll leave smelling like a campfire!
Venue data powered by foursquare foursquare