American, Gastropub, Breakfast
$ $
124 Bedford Ave (at N 10th St)
Brooklyn, NY 11249
(347) 799-2743
12:00pm - 11:00pm
12:00pm - 11:00pm
12:00pm - 11:00pm
12:00pm - 11:00pm
10:00am - 1:00am
10:00am - 1:00am
10:00am - 11:00pm



  • Get the chicken sandwich
  • Foursquare asked me to leave a tip about what is good. Here's my tip: EVERYTHING IS GOOD.
  • Get close to your date in the corner banquette at Spotted Pig alum Nate Smiths tavern. Sample dishes from the roating menu, and pair them with a craft beer or market-driven cocktail.
  • Crispy chicken sandwich with fries. Maybe "the best" fries "in the city"
  • A popular brunch item is the two-eggs any style, made with farm-fresh eggs, house-made marmalade and locally sourced bacon or sausage
  • Hannah Goldfield: The dishes were tasty enough, "and felt appropriate in the restaurants shire-inn-style setting". More:
  • Drinks-friendly gastropub good for burgers and fried bites.
  • The menu at this Williamsburg gastropub changes daily. Expect a frittata with seasonal fixins, and a gut-busting egg sandwich with homemade fries. Oh, and try the Cowboy Coffee.
  • Steak. Get the steak. Promise.
  • There is an awkward pause in food service between midnight, when dinner ends, and 1230am, when late night menu kicks in, so plan accordingly.
  • Don't hesitate to ask the servers what the menu items are. They're super nice!
  • Adventurous eaters take note: highlights includes fried tripe, fried anchovies, and lamb tongue salad. Other attractions: local beer and wine on tap and a late-night menu served until 3:30 a.m.
  • The Bloody Mary. They use fresh horseradish. Oh my grosh.
  • Try the chicken, the lobster, and the broccolini app. Also, Sarah is the greatest hostess of all time. She chased us down the street to tell us a table opened for us on New Years Eve.
  • The chicken sandwich is like an amazing homemade version of the chik-fil-a chicken sandwich. So boss
  • Awesome happy hour! Everything's pretty solid. Crispy chicken sandwich and fries recommended.
  • Don't let foursquare's single $ ranking fool you; it's definitely a $$ borderline $$$ kind of place. The gnocchi was delicious but comes out to over a dollar per piece.
  • The green curry mussels are spicy and fucking delicious. Highly recommend.
  • Great brunch. House made granola with yogurt and honey a winner! No soy milk for coffee though. :(
  • Get here before 7pm and get a burger and a beer for $14

Nearby places

61 Wythe Ave (btwn N 11th & N 12th St)
66 N 6th St (at Kent Ave)
128 N 9th St. (at Berry St)