Delaware and Hudson

American, Bar
$ $ $
135 N 5th St (at Bedford Ave)
Brooklyn, NY 11249
(718) 218-8191
Monday
12:00pm - 8:00pm
Tuesday
11:00am - 11:00pm
Wednesday
11:00am - 11:00pm
Thursday
11:00am - 11:00pm
Friday
11:00am - 11:00pm
Saturday
11:00am - 11:00pm
Sunday
11:00am - 10:00pm

Tips

  • Incredible value for a Michelin prix fixe menu. Multicourse dinner for two with wine and coffee was $150. Creative appetizers and wonderful flavors.
  • Awesome value for prix fixe dinner. Tons of appetizers and starters, dessert was amazing. You only have to pick a main, which makes for an easy choice. Would totally recommend for a special night.
  • Great crab cakes with poached egg
  • Flippin' fantastic!
  • Six month old gem in Williamsburg. Chef Patti Jackson and team are standout. Great value prix fixe
  • All the food was amazing
  • Possibly the best bargain in Brooklyn! Chef Jackson's cooking is extremely precise and you can't go wrong with any entrees. Service is a little inconsistent but the food certainly makes up for it.
  • If you like trying out new foods, give the green tomato pie a try. Not a pie person? They've got incredible hot pretzel rolls too.
  • 1 Michelin Star baby
  • One Michelin star.
  • Quite surprised that for a 1-star restaurant, our waiter had no idea what kind of wine he was recommending and then served us the wrong wine. Interior was also underwhelming. Small but good portions.
  • Yummy, homey Brooklyn brunch! Featured here "traditional" eggs and lox (there's cooked salmon in there) and corned beef hash. No disappointing elements with either. Side of potatoes for added effect!
  • Schnitz und Gnepp
  • They failed to cook my steak a proper medium rare twice. First attempt was medium well, second attempt was basically raw. Service is inattentive and was constantly having to ask for water.
  • $65/person for one of the most memorable meals I've had in a long time. Love the pretzel rolls!
  • Crab cakes
  • Fine place to have a snack while wondering Williamsburg
  • Brunch: I enjoyed the fried apples as an appetizer (surprisingly simple & good) and the crab cakes as the main entree (I usually don't even like crab cakes). Bonus points for the adorable staff
  • Scnitz und Gnepp - Grubstreet's #34 NYC dumpling
  • Nice beer & wine selection - lots of local options

Nearby places

125 N 6th St (btwn Bedford Ave & Berry St)
113 N 3rd St (at Berry St)
66 N 6th St (at Kent Ave)