Korzo

Row 1

Details
667 5th Ave (btwn 19th & 20th St)
Brooklyn, NY 11215
(718) 499-1199
Burgers, Bar, Breakfast
$ $
Hours
Mon–Fri: 11:30 AM–11:30 PM Sat–Sun: 11:00 AM–11:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Looking for something both unique and oh so flavorful? Korzo burgers will take your taste buds on a journey of deep fried goodness! We also suggest their Korzo Organic Ale. Very crisp and refreshing
  • Euroburger is yummy!
  • Spaetzle, spaetzle and more spaetzle!
  • If Matt is working ask for the Sly Stine
  • Butternut squash and asiago pierogies. Nom.
  • This place has AWESOME selection of eastern european beers! Check out the Golden Pheasant
  • The burgers here are amazing! Try the Slav - Korzo 'Fried' Burger: fresh ground beef patty, slow-braised pork neck, house sauerkraut, caraway seeds, juniper berries, and Bryndza.
  • They can make vegan burgers and are really attentive to plant based diets. Plus--huuuuge beer list that is fantastic. Get the sweet potato fries with beet ketchup.
  • Mittel-European comfort food (think fried cheese, fried burgers), with a $5 goulash on Mondays.Pro tip: Unlimited bloody Mary's or mimosas during brunch! A dying offer here in NYC.
  • Live jazz 2 sets Tuesday nights starting at 9pm!
  • Polenta & eggs & bottomless mimosas
  • Amazing brunch. Great beer. Goulash Mondays!
  • Winner of Best Slovakian in the Village Voice 2011 Best Of issue!
  • Great jazz here in South Slope Tuesday nights!
  • Sausage factory
  • Deep fried burger is an experience. Other menu items were mediocre and very heavy. Still give it a go. Its something different then you have ever had.
  • Lunch or dinner? Get any of the fried burgers and a Bitburger. Brunch is my fave. Halusky or Latke with umlimited mimosas. Can't go wrong!
  • I would say this place is more of a (delicious) restaurant than a bar. Great Hungarian/ Polish staples and great German beers. FYI- the $5 Goulash tip is for the soup; it is not a bargain restaurant.
  • Hungarian comfort food includes fried burgers and lots of beer.
  • J a tterem! Try the goulash, it won't disappoint.