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About Reynard at Wythe Hotel
Reynard is located in Wythe Hotel in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Our menu changes seasonally and daily. We serve Contemporary American cuisine using produce and animals from New York State. We butcher well-raised, pastured meats in house and cook with live fire on our wood burning grill and oven every service. Reynard is a Gratuity Free establishment. Reynard is a Gratuity Free restaurant. Menu prices are inclusive of service. Which means there's no need to tip.
Brooklyn, NY 11249
Hours of Operation:
MON - FRI 7-11, SAT - SUN 7-10
MON - FRI 11-3
SAT - SUN 10-4
MON - SUN 6-11
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Bedford Avenue L train
Nassau G stop
Beer, Full Bar, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Reynard at Wythe Hotel Ratings and Reviews
The meal was great as always but... what perplexed me was that they had no trace of my reservation and said that they had stopped working through Open Table for some time...?! They did have a table available so not a problem - but it can be a problem on another night so - beware !
The food was fine, honestly nothing special.
But the service was not great.
No one came and check up on us, to get us more drinks etc.
We had to go find them.
They all just walked passed us and not even looking our way.
I have been before and it was always great.
This time not so much.
The staff is super helpful and friendly, which is rare in Williamsburg. The guy at the door (I should know his name by now) is always smiling, ever polite and a great way to be welcomed to the hotel. Most door guys are snobby. He isn't. This makes me bring my out of town friends for brunch every chance I get. Thank you.
That burger is outfukkinstanding. Holy crap. I've teared through the boroughs eating burgers along the way but none seems to hit me like this one. Perfection. Started with a sick bourbon-cider-grapefruit-ginger cocktail made with Woodford, noshed on some pickled vegetables japanese style and then peaked with the burger. Finished with their lemon pie which was very key limey.
Still good food. Prices got a big hike after the 'fake ' no tip policy. You probably got a 30% price hike plus the staff doesn't care as their income is fixed.
Not worth it at this price point you have better options in Williamsburg...
I went to the Reynard for a New Years Eve dinner. It was a mandatory pre fixe 5-course menu with only 2 courses giving a choice from 2 available dish options. I'd say that this must be the simplest scenario for a restaurant, when they know that they will be full and everybody will eat the same things for the entire night. Well, that unfortunately did not result in efficient and polite service - the entire dinner took 3,5 hours, with some of the dishes arriving lukewarm and with the main dish (as they call it entree) arriving for the 2 of our group of 4 about 5 minutes before the other 2 got theirs... The staff is just impolite, arrogant and snobbish.
Small advice here to you guys at the Reynard: yes, the place is ultra cool, trendy and hip, but you still need to serve your clients before you do all you can to show them that you are definitely 100% cooler then they are...
The Dutch pancake is a must. I've never had anything like it and it was absolutely delicious. Great place for brunch. If you're not in the mood for high concept twists on shrimp and grits or other fancy brunch items, rest knowing there are a few off menu items that they always serve at brunch including their famous cheese burger and an omelet of the day. Hotel / restaurant can get busy so go early, make a reservation, and enjoy. PS - the front room can get loud, if you prefer a quieter environment be sure to request the back room which is less heavily trafficked.
I have eaten here from time to time, usually a snack or something fast at the bar and have enjoyed the food as well as the vibe. This was the first time I was here as a foursome. The atmosphere and vibe were still wonderful, I regret to say the food less so. The chicken stuffed cabbage managed to mask the flavors of each of its ingredients; the pork chop and bass were presented nicely but other than that, left the table unimpressed. Everyone's allowed an off night but with the four of us, Reynard certainly didn't live up to its reputation. The service, atmosphere, and ambience redeemed what was otherwise a disappointing meal.
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