3218 Emmons Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11235
Phone: (718) 368-3334
Fax: (718) 368-3963
Clemente's gained overnight popularity after it was featured on several major TV news shows and for good reason. This hidden Sheepshead Bay gem offers bay side dining overlooking a marina that makes you feel like you're on vacation and not in Brooklyn. Their specialty, the all-you-can eat Maryland Blue Claw Crab prepared with traditional old bay seasoning or Clemente's garlic style is amazing. If you're not into crab, Clemente's offers lobsters, pasta and chicken specialties too.
This legendary Sheepshead Bay fast-food joint's motto is Your wait will be tastefully rewarded. So, in case you're a new comer to Roll-n-Roaster and find yourself waiting for too long...don't be disappointed. You'll be in for a scrumptious treat soon! Besides the satisfying and popular sandwiches, delectable pizzas and side-orders, there is a lot more on the menu to keep guests munching. Moreover, the lemonade is tops, the baked sweet potatoes come with brown sugar and cinnamon and the house fromage is cheez whiz. Fill up to your heart's content!
The only waterfront dining in Sheepshead Bay, this restaurant is known for its thick, saucy, cheesy and completely authentic Italian cuisine.
Having a long history behind it, this is a great place to dine in all of the Brooklyn area. Guests can do a number of things like indulge in a game of pool or even hire a chartered boat for a lovely cruise of the river. After all the excitement, one can cool down and unwind at the kitchen and grill with amazing views and a serene ambiance. If you love the beach then this is the place for you with its fantastic view and great dining experience. If you are lucky you may just catch the odd event held here which are not only fun to watch but also great to participate in. Chef Benny really cooks up some amazing specials.
The red crustaceans outside Randazzo’s Clam Bar beckon patrons off the Sheepshead Bay promenade to come into this well-established restaurant. Randazzo's reputation for all things Italian and seafood and its world-famous sauce packs in people seeking saucy seafood dishes. The clams are shucked right up front, and the clam chowder is rich, but small in cup size. Still, it’s worth a try as are most of the other surf and turf dishes. This family-run establishment gives visitors a little flavor of Sheepshead Bay's food and personality. - Wynne Boelt
If you want to find out what Uighur cuisine is, make your way to Café Kashkar. This cuisine is a blend of Islamic and Chinese food, and hails from the Northwestern border of China. Thus, both Chinese and Tajikistan influences abound in the menu. Come by to feast on rich kebabs and delicious dumplings, not to forget the healthy green tea. And all this at very reasonable rates. Go on, Kashkar awaits you!
Nargis Cafe is the perfect place to be for savoring some middle-eastern cuisine. Opended in 2007, this restaurant offers cozy ambiance in its classic Uzbek decor. The dishes are prepared from high-quality meat and homemade "Manti". Don't miss out on relishing Bojon salad, samsa, plov, shurpa or lagman. The exotic and diverse flavors keeps its loyal diners coming back for more. Check the website for more.
An upscale restaurant with cabaret performances, dancing, concerts, a live band, and off premises catering.
Tatiana is located in the Brighton Beach neighborhood of Brooklyn. You'll find a luxurious Ukrainian atmosphere at this restaurant located on the boardwalk. Admire the gilded railing, burgundy hues, and marble decor. Make sure to catch a glimpse of the frescoes painted on the ceiling. Dishes on the menu have origins in Georgia, Ukraine, and Russia. On weekend nights, you'll find musical numbers here. The restaurant becomes a nightclub on weekends, offering a different atmosphere.
Elza Fancy Food or Cafe “At Your Mother-in-Law” is a nice spot to relish cheap Korean and Uzbek cuisines. The neon orange sign is your indication that you have reached the right place. Savor their dishes like Samsa, Chumchu, Lagman, Chicken Tabaka, Eggplant Hye, Begodya and Plov. If you are looking for something different, then this BYOB is a good try.
Primarily a Russian food joint because of the owner's background, Primorski has a lot to offer besides vodka. It also has a wine list if the fiery Russian water does not go well with your tastebuds. Another great part about this place is the fact that they have live music every night. This makes a delightful place to dine at or dance, because they have a floor where the staff will beg to see your moves. Albeit the decibel level is a tad bit too high, though what do you expect from a restaurant with a live band and lots of vodka?
Like an oasis in the Sahara Desert, this restaurant stands out in Brooklyn's quiet Gravesend neighborhood as a spot where people can go for high quality food with exotic flavors and fragrances. In warm weather, patrons especially favor its attractive garden. A big, family-owned restaurant, it is decorated with interesting African and Middle Eastern wall hangings. Speared Shish Kebab, Adana Kebab and Beyti Kebab, plus Turkish lamb and chicken standards are popular, as is the falafel and phylo dough stuffed with Feta cheese.