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About Colonia Verde
Colonia Verde in Brooklyn, New York is known for both its Latin menu and the priority it places on the social aspects of eating. Fresh ingredients are sourced from local markets to bring to life the time-tested recipes served at Colonia Verde.
This is how you get items like the gringo churros with a side of hot chocolate dipping sauce. The steak and huevos divorciados at Colonia Verde also receives high praise. It�s made with hanger steak from the grill, roasted tomato salsa, tomatillo and two fried eggs. If you come in for breakfast, don�t forget about the mimosas, mint limeade or the bottomless cup of la Colombe coffee.
Brooklyn, NY 11205
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 11:00am - 4:00pm
Dinner: Tuesday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 1:00am
Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm -2:00am
Sunday: 5:00pm - 12:00am
Adelphi & Clermont
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Delivery, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Colonia Verde Ratings and Reviews
Made a reservation for dinner after a 7pm movie at BAM. Walked through the cold rain for ten minutes with friends to Colonia Verde. We had a reservation for dinner confirmed for four people. When we arrived, the restaurant was open but not serving food. Why take reservations then? Ugh. They directed us up the street to Brooklyn Pub, where we enjoyed some delicious bar food and probably saved a few bucks.
Great overall vibe. Menu is small (which is great). Wasn't clear what exactly the cuisine influences were but it was tasty. Had the Brussel sprout warm salad app and the bf and I shared a pasta bolognese and grilled baby eggplant. Very tasty but nothing like I write home about. Great for a chill catch up date with a good friend or low-key date. If I went back, I would want to try the back room with glass ceilings - felt like a green house. Must get the tres leches carrot cake for dessert.
Our group of five took over a corner table in the back glassed in section overlooking the back patio. It is very charming and cozy.
We practically ordered everything on the brunch menu. The animal bloody marys were delicious as were the brussels sprouts caesar with poached egg, tortilla chips with coffee rubbed pulled pork, surf and turf, shrimp tacos and don't miss the cinnamon dounuts with chocolate dipping sauce for desert! We loved this place, had the best service and time and can't wait to return to try dinner!
We were a large group and almost tasted the entire menu, and one dish was better that the previous. It was an amazing experience! the patio is adorable, very cozy and the service was great. My favorites were:Fluke Ceviche, Brussels Sprout Cesar Salad, tomate and watermelon salad (was out of this world), duck Confit Tacos, Poblano Pepper fetuchinni, also the Lomo al Trapo is to die for (highly recommended). And please try the Gringos Churros and the Coconut yuca cake. Just writing this and my mouth is watering!
just like its sister restaurant, cómodo, colonia verde has that warm, welcoming vibe that makes you want to stay there for hours and have "one more drink." everything we ordered was delicious: the day's ceviche, the roasted poblano pepper pasta, the burger and the picanha, as well as the tres leches carrot cake. will definitely be back.
I had the burger with the cheese bread (yucca flour bread) bun. The burger was great but the cheese bread bun didn't go well with the burger, plus it was a bit hard. Cheese bread is usually soft and chewy.
My Bloody Mary was amazing.
The brunch menu overall was small and I wouldn't go all the way to Brooklyn to eat here for brunch.
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