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About The Osprey
The Osprey Restaurant located at 60 Furman Street at 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, boasts market-driven American comfort food, highlighting local seasonal ingredients by Executive Chef Michael Oliver and Chef de Cuisine, Michael Poiarkoff. Guests can enjoy the delicious fare and craft cocktails in a bright and airy atmosphere, incorporating lush greenery and wall to wall glass doors to create an indoor-outdoor garden experience. Floor to ceiling windows, reclaimed wood and living walls wrap the dining room and bar – bringing the outdoors in – creating an elegant space where guests will feel at home
Brooklyn, NY 11201
American, Italian, French
Hours of Operation:
7:00 AM - 11:00 AM
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
5:30 PM- 10:30 PM
7:00 AM- 10:00 AM
10:00 AM- 3:00 PM
5:30 PM- 11:00 PM
7:00 AM- 10:00 AM
10:00 AM- 3:00 PM
5:30 PM- 10:30 PM
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet parking is available at 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge.
A/C trains at High Street Station - 2/3 trains at Clark Street
Michael Oliver-CDC-Michael Poiarkoff
Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Osprey Ratings and Reviews
We arrived 15 minutes late and they cancelled our reservation without calling me. They were able to seat us in the bar area then we waited 15 minutes for a waiter to come over to us. After ordering, they forgot to bring us the wine we had ordered. The food was decent but not great and it was overpriced.
Took my boyfriend here for Valentines day. They had a pre-fixe menu for the occasion which I was happy to see had vegetarian options. We arrived and were promptly seated in a great table with a beautiful view of the city from Brooklyn bridge park. Our food was good, but not quite what I would want for a 95 dollar price tag. Not bad, but nothing I would go back for. The ambiance was definitely the best part. On a different note- to use the bathroom they make you leave the restaurant, take an elevator downstairs and then use a gender neutral bathroom with 15 or so stalls that all have educational posters about the environment in them. A little bizarre.
Our waiter was very attentive and offered excellent recommendations. It was a relatively quietTuesday night we chose to be seated in the dining room and not at the communal tables (a choice on Opentable), since they were empty. The theme is farm-to-table. Our appetizers were excellent (curry themed dish and squid). We split the pork chop entree, which also was solid. The side of vegetables and potatoes was uninspired; the potatoes were undercooked.
Dumbo has been infiltrated with tourists, and this hotel restaurant is no exception. It felt more trendy Manhattan than brownstone Brooklyn, complete with being overpriced.
To start, we checked our coats and umbrellas and though we were promised that the ticket would be given to us at our table, it never was, so my friend had to go into the coat closet to get our things. And overall it felt like it needed stronger management--table service was slow though it wasn't that crowded and cocktails were small and watery. The food was good but nothing special.
The location by the water is great, so I would consider going back for cocktails on the deck in warmer weather, but overall this professional Brooklynite found it overrated and a poor value.
We had the loveliest evening there celebrating a birthday. Superb food, we chose mostly seafood dishes, terrific views of Manhattan and the Brooklyn Bridge, excellent service, a real pleasure. Will take out-of-town guests there soon. Do not miss the lounge on the top floor of the hotel for exquisite cocktails.
This new restaurant, located in the One Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, is a great addition to the neighborhood. The crowd seemed sophisticated rather than sceney, and the atmosphere was elegant and relaxed. The menu has plenty of options (including for vegetarians) and our food (duck and vegetable cassoulet) was excellent. Wine options by the glass could be better, but overall a great experience.
A wonderful meal and experience at The Osprey. We ate everything. The steak tartare was excellent as was the locally sourced duck. The au gratin was the best I've ever had. Chocolate cake a perfect way to end a birthday celebration! Highly recommend, do not miss!
food was great but staff was poorly trained and spilled water on table, forgot us, delivered latte order 20 minutes too late, bathrooms were very far away and cold downstairs,and I asked hostess to cancel my 2nd reservation for dinner in evening and she never did.
Brunch was absolutely amazing! There was not much of a crowd and we truly enjoyed that we can have and hear our conversation during brunch where as other places are quiet like that. The decor of the restaurant as well as the hotel are absolutely impressive!
Good atmosphere and views. Food was good but over priced for the amount of money, but to be expected at a restaurant in a hotel and next to a big tourist attraction. We were sat next to a broken window (in 14 degree weather) that was drafty but we’re moved promptly. Our server was great! When it was time to leave and get our coats from coat check we waited 10 minutes to be helped, along with about 4 others waiting. They couldn’t find our stuff so we eventually had to search ourselves. Then we find out that my earmuffs were no where to be found. Not great for such cold weather. With a weak apologies and after giving my number in case they were found we left. Still waiting to hear back. Though it was NYE it was not so busy that these things were to be expected. Very chaotic ending to a decent meal.
I would not recommend this restaurant because I found out once we arrived that they cancelled our reservation via email a hour and half before our arrival. I don’t think email is an appropriate way to cancel a reservation when you have the patrons phone number. Fortunately or unfortunately, I didn’t check my email until after we arrived at the restaurant. Very unprofessional!!
My friend Jeff and I came here for Christmas lunch: our first visit to The Osprey. We loved the views, the service, the food, the drinks. The only fault was the canned music, too loud and intrusive. The staff were working ultra-hard with all the Christmas requests, especially with bar orders, but our waiter explained every delay to us with great kindness and charm. That evening I was back again. The night view was just as terrific, the different menu still excellent, the hardworking waiter the same and just as admirable.
Had hoped the curse of Brooklyn Heights and DUMBO restaurant mediocrity and often M I S E R Y would not be found. It was. NO food served MWAS GREAT OR EVEN ABOVE AVERAGE AND MOST WAS CLOSE TO BAD.
The beet salad was a confusion OF WHAT SEEMED LIKE Pre- COOKED beets. The little gems (old) had a lemon dressing that was sour. The burgers ( two patty’s—what ? competing w Big Mac) were close to raw and the bun was soggy w blood. The fries were from a bag of cardboard. Meanwhile all wrapped In of the moment food pretentiousness. Who needs too much tarragon in the mayo. And on and on. MIt’s a shame. Great hotel. Great lobby.... and a restaurant from ...well ...right. Lunch for two, no booze ..close to a hundred bucks.
The interior is absolutely stunning: bright, spacious (such a departure from cramped manhattan restaurants), beautiful. The hotel lobby is also very calm and pleasant to wait in. I came with a party of 7 and they sat us in such a scenic area (by the floor to ceiling windows with a downtown manhattan view), slightly tucked away from the rest of the restaurant . We had three guests from abroad so it was a treat for them to enjoy good food with that view. The brunch food is overall delicious with good portion sizes: great value for the location and atmosphere. I had made a reservation b/c of our large party but it seemed like you would get seated right away for 2-4 people without reservation. I'm sure that'll change once more people hear about this place. I will be coming back!
Visited from the UK in December, the food was fantastic (especially the prawn starter) the service was very good to match. The view and setting is superb, when we were there it wasn't too busy which made it quite a nice atmosphere for a romantic meal. The hotel that the restaurant is set within is brand new and to a very high standard. I would certainly recommend the Osprey.
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