The Four Horsemen

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Details
295 Grand St (btwn Havemeyer & Roebling St)
Brooklyn, NY 11211
(718) 599-4900
Wine Bar
$ $
Hours
Mon–Fri: 5:30 PM–1:00 AM Sat–Sun: 11:00 AM–1:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • The wine list had incredible range. You can spend anywhere from $35-$300. Don't skip over the cheeses, they were a memorable start to a fabulous meal.
  • Went to James Murphy's wine tasting on the Coachella cruise. First time I saw orange wine and never saw it again. Until now! Terrine is also legit ...Do I sound like a douche bag yet?
  • LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy is a founding partner, and did all of the sound design. There are vegetable-centric small plates, and cultured butter and Iberico lardo with brazil nuts. Oh, and wine.
  • This winebar has sneaky good food. Eat something.
  • "The atmosphere alone could be enough to warrant a visit: a burlap-walled, cedar-accented party hosted by a low-key, affable celebrity."
  • cool wine list but their menu is really weird and disjointed and not worth the $
  • The entire space is cramped & the wait will be long. The hostess was nice, but the bartender was a bit curt. She charged me for the bread plate when I asked my crackers to be substituted.
  • A lovely intimate venue with delicious small plates to share and excellent wines. Pro tip: Get the ribs they're insanely good!
  • As a neighborhood wine bar, The Four Horsemen is relaxed and sophisticated, but also does a good job of catering to the young finance crowd.
  • Haribson, little gems, beef tartare, St. Louis ribs. The food here is delicious, but light, and still a bit pricey. Come for drinks and snacks, not dinner.
  • The food here is bloody amazing. Cozy while comfortable, extremely friendly staff
  • The food here is bloody amazing. Cozy while comfortable, extremely friendly staff.
  • Good wine list with interesting food options
  • wiiiiiiiiine. get a bottle.
  • Incredible natural wine selection, great beer including one custom option, and some of the cleanest/freshest food in the city. Just
  • Devs go-to first date spot is natural wine bar The Four Horseman, a restaurant and bar from LCD Soundsystem frontman James Murphy. Devs really into a light red wine. [Episode 4]
  • Really well curated, extensive wine list. Very knowledgeable staff. Lovely atmosphere and interior. I had a great young orange wine. Rose was brilliant as well.
  • Really excellent wine list and service. Small bites are just ok or pretty good.
  • Delicious meal and incredible service. Our server William was so patient and generous with wine tastings. Organic wines and creative dishes.
  • Delicious wine and meat/cheese plate - tough to get a spot