The Pines

American, New American
$ $ $
284 3rd Ave (btwn President & Carroll St)
Brooklyn, NY 11215
(718) 596-6560
Monday
6:00pm - 11:00pm
Tuesday
6:00pm - 11:00pm
Wednesday
6:00pm - 11:00pm
Thursday
6:00pm - 11:00pm
Friday
6:00pm - 11:00pm
Saturday
6:00pm - 11:00pm
Sunday
6:00pm - 10:00pm

Tips

  • Order new American plates (fresh-pressed tofu with sous vide pumpkin and smoked tomato, house-made cavatelli with a trotter rag) while hanging in the backyard garden when it's nice out.
  • A chef-driven seasonally-minded restaurant that ups the food options in the Gowanus considerably.
  • The Baked Apple cocktail tastes like what bong water would taste like if bong water were delicious. Order it and you'll get what I mean...bro.
  • Try the Yeah Buddy, you won't regret it.
  • Campfire. Free s'mores.
  • Dishes were small portions with great presentation! Got squid, duck rillettes, agnolotti, ribeye steak and chocolate cake. All were very good and enjoyed my birthday here!
  • Village Voice is proud to welcome The Pines to the 2014 Choice Eats food fest! http://bit.ly/1cRzdNV.The menu changes daily, always offering a new pasta dish to try!
  • Great staff, cocktails, wine and food. Inventive dishes but everything from cheese plate to raisin gelato dessert was great.
  • Pray 4 Weezy!
  • Very good natural wines list :)
  • Love the pines, food is so inventive. Worth it cause I couldn't make anything on this menu at home. Try the nochera cocktail-smokey, campfire whiskey, mezcal, and amaro. It's like a witches brew...
  • Fireplace outside is perfect for fall/ winter especially if you have smokers w/ you. Prix fixe/chef's choice, less amazing. Bone marrow was group fave, homemade pasta/ fish main course close seconds
  • The salads were simple to a fault, but our entrees were terrific. Shortribs prepared almost like pork belly and a delicious trotter pasta.
  • The epitome of overpriced pretentious portlandia-BS in Brooklyn. The tiny portions were delicious and interesting, but alas, I left hungry and felt ripped off. Couldn't they at least get comfy chairs?
  • sous-vide cooked 30oz ribeye is incredible. You may need to call ahead to order. Other highlights: fluke, squid, cabbage and duck breast
  • Backyard is quite cozy.
  • Foie Gras, Poached Lobster and Wagyu Steak! Wish I could tell you more but chef's menu chgs seasonally. Everything was fantastic!
  • There is only one restaurant you need to know in New York. And it is this one. Chef John Pioarkoff's dishes are unpretentiously mindblowing.
  • You can't go wrong with anything.
  • If a flan had sex with a panna cotta, the Birch Beer pie by Four and Twenty Blackbirds would be the result.

Nearby places

383 Carroll St (at Bond St)
305 Nevins St (at Union St)
514 Union St (btwn 3rd Ave & Nevins St)