Always fine food, delightful service.
No way!!!!!!!!!! Food was not hot also waiter did not ask how meal was ,over all experience suck !!!!
We began enjoying Henry's End many years ago when living in Brooklyn Heights and make the trip in from New Jersey several times a year, often bringing friends who love it. Therefore, we were very interested and a bit worried when visiting the new location (just one block away on Henry Street). We need not have worried...the owner has taken advantage of the opportunity and created a wonderful, warm and more comfortable space for his diners, while maintaining the high standards of the food. There is a very nice bar area and outdoor seating when weather permits. Also, brunch on weekends has been added.
In summary, nothing from the old location has been lost. In fact, the experience of dining at Henry's End has been enhanced.
Henry's End has delicious food & drinks as well as service however I'm not too sure about the new location. At first glance it is a little shocking. So different from the original location which was small but cozy. It will take a little getting used to. It doesn't really have any ambiance or atmosphere but if you're only there for the food than its still a winner.
First time in new location. Good to see a neighborhood fave continuing on.
Some dishes tasted the same as our memories & some, not so much - missed the old version of the apple cobbler.
The food was excellent. Tried Elk for the 1st time and it was delicious. Our server was extremely professional, attentive and courteous. Highly recommend.
Very sweet and special location. The staff is very friendly and artful at ensuring you feel welcome. Wonderful meal!
For the past 4 years, we’ve had our wedding anniversary dinner at Henry’s End. It is one of our favorite restaurants in NYC. The food, service, and wine choices are all first rate. While I think they’re still finding their footing in the new space a little, it’s still excellent and will only improve. Looking forward to the next anniversary dinner there (although we will certainly eat that before then). Looking forward to the Wild Game Festival.
Our Waitress didn’t know how to separate her emotions from her job or ask questions before picking up our unfinished drinks. Also, I couldn’t ask a question about the food I was served without being given a face expression and walking away to complain to her boss as if we wouldn’t notice!
Finally a really good neighborhood restaurant. Loved the grilled vegetables and the veal
This restaurant has been on Henry Street for a long time. Recently moved down the block. New place is slightly bigger and has some outdoor tables. Food is as good as ever. Service was very friendly and professional BUT it took quite a while for entrees to be served and one side of veggies finally came out just as we were finishing our meal. Entrees no longer served with any sides and are extra. They are tasty but timing needs to be coordinated so they are served with the entree.
First time at the new location. Very noisy and hard to have a conversation. Mostly the same menu which we enjoy but the food wasn't as good as it used to be. Still enjoyable. The service was very good as usual and we had and enjoyable evening.
Warm, welcoming, and delicious. A real neighborhood gem!
Now at its new location the food was just as wonderful as always. If I could afford it I’d eat there every week.
Great place, portions seem small for prices.
Excellent food. It was pretty loud the evening we were there as there was one table with diners who were pretty boisterous. Host did us a solid by seating us away from them. What made our experience most enjoyable was our waiter Albert who was friendly, warm and personable. He made our anniversary that much special!
Nothing better. New venue but still the best!
This is a wonderful restaurant. We've eaten there several times and never disappointed with any dish.
First time patrons of the restaurant. We were seated on time at table for four. The seating is tight but sufficient. Service was efficient and courteous. The food was very good, we all ordered different dishes. Located on a busy street near Brooklyn Heights. Recommended.
My wife and I have been Henry's End fans for over 40 years now. Mark Lahm runs a wonderful restaurant with excellent cuisine and a wine list to match. The newer quarters are a bit smaller than the old address several blocks south, but the compensation is outdoor seating during good weather. A terrific Brooklyn Heights restaurant that has us returning regularly . . . now all the way from Bay Ridge. 5 stars all the way.
Excellent as always. Great menu well prepared dishes. Pleasant attentive service.
Indeed I have recommended Henry’s End often to friends and acquaintances. The food is always quite good and sometimes exceptional. We like the wild game featured from time to time. We enjoy the fact that it’s a top-notch restaurant without the exclusive, highfalutin atmosphere of many.
Never disappoints: Wonderful, creative meals, delightfully casual atmosphere, always-present owner, always happy patrons. Reserve early - not a lot of space!
Superb elk chops
My worst dining experience ever!! It took them more than a hour to bring us a steak which was overcooked and my wife one that was very hard. You should look into this restaurant before it continues to be part of your restaurant selection.
Staff were accommodating as we celebrated our daughter’s birthday as a family, with our ages ranging from 59 to 1.5.
A menu full of delicious options. I particularly liked the small plate section. The crab cakes were perfection. The new space allows for excellent viewing of watching the world go by. I'll return again and again.
Pistachio & Goat cheese app was delicious! Salmon with three mustards was smothered a bit too much in mustard. Recommend lighter on the mustard. Honey ginger duckling was very tasty, however could've used more sauce. Mashed potato side was bland, needs something. Great location /atmosphere.
Henry’s End never disappoints. The food is always fresh & delicious, and the waitstaff is friendly & efficient. Over the many years we have dined at Henry’s End, we have never been disappointed.
Mark was as gracious as always. I have always enjoyed the warmth of those who work at Henry’s End. Even though there are new waters they fit in to that warmth and personal concern for the customers. I believe that Mark is the catalyst for that feeling. My association with Mark and Henry’s End for 15 years has made it my restaurant of choice.
Have been eating here for 30+ years. Mark and his staff never disappoints. The new place is open and airy and the outdoor seating is perfect for people watching.
Great good and service but too loud
Great as always. New location prefect transition from a block away and still a great local neighborhood place with international sophication
Love Henry’s End. Excellent food, wine selection, and always consistent. Head there for dinner soon!
Wonderful meal, wonderful ambiance. It is warm and friendly, with personal attention from Mark, the proprietor. You can sit outside or inside — both are nice and the food and wine are first class. The new location is even better than the old one and the experience can’t be beat. The tuna with capers is delicious
I took my Dad here after hearing about it from a friend. Excellent food in a great little neighborhood spot. The service was very friendly and attentive and he had a great time. The noise level really varied throughout the night based on how many tables were filled and while that was a concern for me at first, my dad really loved the restaurant.
Great food. Soft shell crabs were excellent. The new space is bright and open. Wine suggestions were spot on.
Well, it is true that everything changes. And sometimes that change is for the better. But in the world of restaurants, change is tricky. Henry's End use to be a wonderful, old-school New York neighborhood spot with a robust menu that had something even for the adventurous eater. Since it has moved to its new location (just up the street from the prior spot), the menu has become limited (while retaining a few favorites). The prices have gone up significantly (especially considering that the complimentary side of a couple of steamed veggies and a little rice -- such a wonderful addition that has been unceremoniously cut). More troublesome, several of the dishes seem to use the same base sauce (the Jamaican shrimp sauce now finds its way in to both the duck and lamb dishes!).
If you remember a time coming here for celebrations (they do still offer their "birthday discount" if you've signed previously) and also the warm-welcome of Bonnie, you will sorely feel the change. If you've never been, you'll likely think "eh--another over-priced NYC spot ... "
It ain't what it used to be!! Noise level borders on the intolerable. It used to be my favorite place in the heights. Not any more. I hope they address the noise level, some kind of ceiling baffles might help.
Fabulous food, wonderful full menu with tremendous variety for everyone in your party.