River Deli

$ $
32 Joralemon St (Columbia Pl)
Brooklyn, NY 11201
5:00pm - 11:30pm
5:00pm - 11:30pm
5:00pm - 11:30pm
5:00pm - 11:30pm
5:00pm - 11:30pm
11:00am - 4:00pm
5:00pm - 12:00am
11:00am - 4:00pm
5:00pm - 12:00am



  • The best Italian in Brooklyn Heights
  • Get the trophie pasta. It's a specialty from Northern Italy that's hard to find in most Italian restaurants. It's light and delicious for a pasta dish.
  • The name lulls you into thinking this is just another deli when in fact it's some of the best rustic italian food in Brooklyn. Great pastas. Laid back atmosphere too. Go here.
  • Not a deli.
  • One of the best experiences I've ever had. Phenomenal food, friendly staff and charming atmosphere. Single downside - cash only.
  • Despite what the name may lead you to believe, this is an amazing Italian restaurant (it apparently used to be a deli). They serve all the classics, sure you'll find something you like.
  • On the weekend get the Pane Frattau, total no brainer
  • Still not sure why this place is named River Deli. The pappardelle with mushrooms is heavenly.
  • One of the top restaurants in the whole nyc. Malloreddus served with canonau wine is a must! Great service and great crowd. My fave :)
  • Great little Brooklyn heights treasure. The dinner features some really nice and authentic italian/Sardinian cuisine. The brunch is pretty tasty as well.
  • Warm and inviting restaurant with a simple menu and great service. We recommend the Ravioli Di Ricotta E Spinaci Al Burron E Salvia its delicious and fun to pronounce. Cash only.
  • This place is my new obsession. Beautiful, quaint, fairly priced. The lasagna was delicious. Try the drink of the night!
  • A must if you are in the area! Cash only! Enjoy.
  • Simple, fresh, delicious food at a reasonable price, served in a cozy setting. Feels like a home cooked meal with all the neighbours. If I lived here this would definitely be a fave.
  • A great restaurant with a deceptive name... it's actually specializes in really quaint Italian dishes (not your usual Olive Garden fare). Came here for brunch, and had excellent trophie al pesto.
  • If you come for brunch and they're offering the pane frattau special, skip the menu and GET THAT.
  • The specials are always great, and the chocolate mouse isn't easy to match anywhere
  • The Burrata is outrageous here.
  • Wonderful Sardinian restaurant in the food dead zone known as Brooklyn Heights. Their Panna cotta is delicious.
  • Bechamel Lasagna for your face hole.

Nearby places

329 Henry St (btwn Atlantic Ave & Pacific St)
Columbia Heights (btwn Remsen & Orange St)
131 Atlantic Ave (btwn Henry & Clinton St.)