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About Brooklyn Girl Eatery
Casual neighborhood American eatery with a sustainable farm to table attitude. Open for lunch, brunch and dinner except on Mondays. "Happy Hour" daily from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm. We offer an extensive menu of seasonal and locally sourced organic products at very attractive price points. Full "artisanal" craft cocktail program, excellent selection of locally produced beers on tap and a very affordable wine program with 20 wines by the glass. We also offer a fully stocked oyster bar with selections from both the East and West coasts. locally owned and family operated, we want to be your neighborhood "go-to" restaurant. Voted "Best New", "Best Neighborhood" and "Best American" by the California Restaurant Association.
Please note: BG internally manages reservations for parties of 8 and larger. Please contact the restaurant to speak to a host or manager. We also encourage walk-ins for the communal tables, bar, oyster bar and outside dining on a first come first serve basis.
San Diego, CA 92103
American, Steak, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Nightly from 5:00pm, Closed Mondays
Brunch: Saturday/Sunday 10:00am-2:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Street parking as well as underground parking lot off of Falcon Street. Valet parking in front of restaurant on Goldfinch Street Wednesday- Saturday nights.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Brooklyn Girl Eatery Ratings and Reviews
This restaurant is the star of Mission Hills dining , for weekend brunches and weekday and weeknight lunches and dinners. The menus are creative, the food is absolutely great, the ambiance lovely, the service is wonderful and the owners are gracious and accommodating . Couldn't be better! Highly recommended .
We were there for brunch. I got the chicken and biscuits. You could barely cut the chicken. It tasted old - like it has been fried hours before then reheated in a microwave. However, the dish was cold when it was served. The biscuits were also dry and hard. One of my friends got the scramble and substituted the fruit plate for the smashed potatoes. $6 to substitute fruit is ridiculous! There is only a $3 difference on your sides menu, so why is that doubled to substitute it on an entree? Overall, very disappointed.
I found the menu options quite creative and eclectic from free popcorn to Viet Nam meatballs to crab salad that looks like a gigantic sushi roll. And it was all delicious. We also had their Brooklyn chocolate cake that was perfect - not gooey sweet, moist cake and pudding and I am not a pudding eater and it was just delicious.
This was our second visit here. I think the food is good and we will come back to try something else. The service is so so, I've had better. I think when we come for Sunday brunch we always seem to have the server that seems to have had a long night the night before. I don't think that speaks for all servers there from what I could see, just the ones we get. This time I ordered one of the daily specials which they were out of by Sunday at 11:45. So I got smoked salmon Benedict, which was good. Our son got the chicken and biscuits, which he loves, and my fiancee got the feta omelet, which was a little dry and the feta was over powering. I think the smashed potatoes are the best! I love the crispy outside and buttery flavor on the inside. I like how bright the restaurant is and the different kind of decor. I look forward to trying the lamb shank for dinner next time.
drove all the way from north county and was not impressed, my friend ordered her scrambled without potatoes and her scramble came with potatoes, waiter seemed new, we were told that there was an $6 uncharge for fruit instead of potatoes because of the hurricane??? we live in California the fruit was typical fruit you can get anywhere nothing exotic. i ordered traditional benedicts that were just mediocre, drinks were ok, definitely not worth the drive, not sure if they are more of a lunch/dinner place but they have major room for improvement for breakfast.
Overall my dish - lobster roll was ok -the smashed potatoes were incredible, the lobster roll on the other hand fell flat being overly salty which normally should have been down played by the Hawaiian roll which unfortunately was slightly burnt. That said that the ambiance was inviting yet chic (bird caged chandeliers) . Nice open concept, our corner had a well appointed fireplace/mantle which doubled as a chalk board (where the fireplace would be). Would give it another go - should have gone with one of my two first choices - pancakes/french toast. Neighboring patrons had both and cleaned the plates !
So needlessly loud one cannot converse over the din (every time it is that way). Good oysters, tasty designer and standard ar pizzas and more good things BUT (no. no. no!) not the veggie burger which is tasteless glob that falls apart on the plate. mid-range mostly forgettable wine list.
First time visit but we intend to visit again. We visited during restaurant week and did choose from that menu. The kale Caesar salad was very good as were the Vietnamese meatballs which were served with a really good slaw. Mary's free range chicken was served stuffed with ricotta, spinach and mushrooms and it was very tasty. My husband had the duck and he said it was also very good. Dessert did not disappoint. We choice the carrot cake and the chocolate chip bread pudding. We cleaned the plates. The waiter was friendly and attentive. Highly recommend.
Service and food was 5-star! Brooke (our server) was friendly despite being super busy and working in a rather warm restaurant. Courtney (hostess/management?) was also incredibly friendly and helpful. The bar service was the only downside. Super slow! Shocking for a Sunday morning brunch. But Brooke and Courtney handled it like pros and made us feel special. I highly recommend the "Way, Way South Brooklyn" brunch option.
We were in San Diego and I searched for a nearby restaurant and picked Brooklyn Girl and am so glad I did. The food and service were excellent and menu was so intriguing. The decor definitely made me feel like I was in NYC at a trendy Village restaurant. Thanks for an amazing evening.
We've been to Brooklyn Girl several times, we had the mushroom pizza as an appetizer which was fantastic, highly recommend. I had the Ahi special which was seared to perfection over a bed of mango, tomato and other, and came with coconut rice, the flavors mixed together wonderfully. We also had the Gaucho Steak, again, superb. Our friends had the pasta special and the stuffed chicken, again, all were very good. For drinks we had the Lavender special and I had the Manhattan, we also had the IPA from, Old English Brewery which was also amazing. One of the best dining experiences we've had this year.
We love Brooklyn Girl and go here regularly for happy hour, lunch, dinner, and special occasions. The owners and staff create such a warm, friendly atmosphere and the food and drinks are consistently excellent. I'm not a fan of oysters but friends say the oyster bar is great too. A very special place!
Had a small glitch. However, waiter, manager stepped right up & took care of the issue. This is what a world class restaurant does.
Nobody can be perfect 💯 %. But they resolved the problem & We left happy & looking forward to a return visit.Recommend
You visit. Great food & service.
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