Abigail Cafe & Wine Bar

Wine Bar, Coffee Shop, American
$ $
807 Classon Ave (at St. John's Pl.)
Brooklyn, NY 11238
(718) 399-3200
Monday
10:00am - 11:00pm
Tuesday
10:00am - 11:00pm
Wednesday
10:00am - 11:00pm
Thursday
10:00am - 11:00pm
Friday
10:00am - 11:00pm
Saturday
10:00am - 11:00pm
Sunday
10:30am - 12:00am

Menu

Tips

  • Staff Pick! Kathy (Curatorial): Jazz brunch; keep a look out for their dark dining project it is so much fun.
  • Staff Pick! Matthew (Design): Delicious sandwiches and coffee. Call ahead.
  • Staff Pick! Will (Membership): Though billed as a wine bar, they serve lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch. Delicious food and the bottle selection for wine is both extensive and reasonably priced.
  • Staff Pick! Katie (Curatorial): Little pricey for the quality, but if you want a slightly-nicer sit-down place, it works. They have a theme for every night, from salsa dancing to blindfolded dinners.
  • Get the flourless chocolate cake! It's to die for!
  • Live music here is always a pleasure!
  • The whole menu is great. The mussels in cream sauce are incredible! They also don't judge you if you ask for more bread with that great sauce.
  • Great great coffee. Amazing. Friendly fun staff!!
  • JAZZ! WINE! FOOD!
  • Try the Smoked Mac N Cheese - so good. The flourless chocolate cake is fantastic, as is the apple crumble. Both are served with a perfect complement of creme fraiche.
  • It is closed this Monday night, not sure why. Anyway, I can still access the Abigail free public wifi from the classic black park bench just outside the door. Great place even when closed.
  • The extensive food and wine menu is enhanced by the restaurant's delightful and sophisticated atmosphere, as well as the live music and weekly events, which include jazz, salsa, comedy and open mic.
  • Delicious granola with yogurt starts the day off right!
  • the live jazz is a nice touch but probably a deliberate distraction to a painfully slow kitchen.
  • Nice cofee.. Love it..
  • Come out for the Jazz Brunch from 12-2:30 on Sundays!
  • Good food & coffee. Was disappointed in service until they offered a free round of mimosas.
  • Great jazz spot
  • Best avoided. Absurdly slow service on a slow night, the waitress/hostess was unfamiliar with the menu, and they were out of nearly half the wines on their list.
  • Waited an hour and 15 minutes for 5 wings and Mac - food was horrible and the server was worse. Never again

Nearby places

618 Saint Johns Pl (btwn Classon & Franklin Ave)
990 Washington Ave (at President St)
200 Eastern Pkwy (at Washington Ave)