Hometown Barbecue is bringing premier Southern-style barbecue to Brooklyn. There are a few things that make this restaurant's particular brand of barbecue so distinctive. First, it is done entirely over an open flame with charred oak wood. This imparts a deep smokey flavor as the meat cooks. Second is the made-from-scratch sauces that range from sweet and smokey to tangy and spicy.To start out, Hometown Barbecue keeps it simple. Guests can order slow-smoked pork by the pound like brisket, pulled pork, lamb belly or turkey. Some of the other specialties include house-made Italian sausage with fire-roasted peppers & aged provolone, Vietnamese hot wings with cilantro ranch, brisket tacos topped with queso and white onion and even the Jamaican jerk baby back ribs that can be ordered by either half rack or whole rack. To finish off the meal, visitors can cool off with a sweet banana cream pudding.
Hope and Anchor is a diner in Brooklyn with a modern twist on the classic diner menu. They offer diner staples but also offer unique dishes that you would not find anywhere else. This includes the Stella Dora, which is a burger served on white bread and has muenster, pickles and tomatoes. Their burritos are a customer favorite. The diner is often referred to as ÔseasideÕ or ÔharborÕ diner by patrons mostly because of its unique dŽcor. Red Hook has a unique vibe and Hope and Anchor is a quintessential Red Hook establishment. Hope and Anchor also has a full bar and their vintages are quite strong Ð stronger than what you may expect from a diner. It has a friendly casual vibe. It manages to provide the best of diners (the feeling of familiarity and comfort) while removing the worst parts (the stale menus and boring dishes).
Claws Up! The Red Hook Lobster Pound brings sensational lobster rolls and seafood straight from the Maine coast to our locations in New York City, Washington DC and Montauk, NY. Our Red Hook home base is our only location where you can savor a full lobster dinner straight from our lobster tanks, or choose from our extensive New England, Beach inspired Menu!
Brooklyn Crab in New York City is a Maryland style crab shack brought to the heart of New York. Overlooking the harbor, you can enjoy the outdoor patio dining and bar area all summer long or retreat to the comfortable inner dining room in the off season. One of the missions of Brooklyn Crab is to provide sustainable food to every visitor, so you can expect that in most cases the dishes will be sourced from local, sustainable sources. The menu includes seafood choices like fish and shrimp, fish, and sandwiches, as well as raw and chilled seafood. Dinner menus feature a selection of Snow crab, Alaskan King crab, Dungeness crab and fresh Maine lobster. Start your meal off with a cocktail from the bar!
Kevin's in Brooklyn, NY is a popular restaurant that offers seafood and local fare along with a full bar. It is the perfect place to visit with friends when you want to have a nice dinner out on the town. The menu has a wealth of tasty items from which you can choose. Kevin's has some excellent starter options including shrimp corn chowder, Fisher Island oysters and lump meat crab cake. It also offers some great main courses including the grilled lemongrass hangar steak and fish stew. Kevin's has some great options for those with a sweet tooth as well; consider the flourless chocolate cake or fresh pie.
The Good Fork in Brooklyn is a unique "mom and pop" restaurant run by husband and wife Ben Schneider and Sohui Kim. The creative architecture and details, such as the curved ceiling and eclectic decor, leave guests feeling as if they are enjoying their meal in an old dining car. The Good Fork's menu combines delectable dishes from all around the world, including homemade pork & chive dumplings, Korean-style steak and eggs, grilled watermelon salad, potato parsnip mash, tagliatelle Genovese and heirloom tomato salad. Additionally, customers are invited to choose from a notable beer and wine list. The Good Fork also offers patrons catering and delivery services.
Located in Brooklyn, New York, Grindhaus offers traditional and innovative comfort food dishes inspired by international flavors and cooked using locally sourced ingredients and products. At Grindhaus, guests can always enjoy such fare items as seabass ceviche, steamed mussels, wild mushroom dumplings and tongue empanadas. The menu at Grindhaus changes every Thursday to keep ingredients as fresh as possible and to present new and exciting flavors to guests. Patrons can always rely on fresh desserts that include carrot cake and chocolate squares, as well as a menu of select wine, sake and beer options to be paired with each and every dish.