Comfort Inn Brooklyn - Downtown
279 Butler Street
Brooklyn, NY 11217
Phone: (718) 855-9600
Fax: (347) 436-1953
Die Koelner Bierhalle (The KBH) as it is named, is influenced by Cologne. This beer haven with its communal wooden tables and benches, lanterns and the coat of arms adorning its walls, has a sparse industrial look to it. Yet it is inviting for those who want a pint or enjoy good food. You will find rare brews here imported from Germany that vary between 150 to 900 years. There are 30 beers on tap and 40 bottled varieties. They also have a wide range of wine and other fine spirits. Their Bavarian menu consists of ChickenBrat, Burgers, Kielbasa, Weisswurst, Currywurst, Sauerkraut and Bratwurst.
Brooklyn has its fair share of pizza places and Tomato N Basil is a notable Fourth Avenue staple. Offering delicious Italian pizza pies with definite American undertones, this little joint brings you a wide range of toppings to choose from. Starting from the regulars like margheritas to house-specials like 8 Grandma Pizza Square Pie and White Pie, everything on the menu is absolutely delectable. If you're a pizza prude at heart, this place is for you.
If you are craving for some creamy clam chowder or oysters dipped in cocktail sauce, Littleneck is the place to be at. Burgers, lobster and clam role, and extensive raw bar can be teamed with ice cold beer at this beachfront establishment. Brunch is served at this New England style property which also doubles up as a venue for private events. Finish your meal with a delicious dessert for the perfect lunch or dinner experience.
The excellent sorrel (ginger beer) is what everybody raves about here at this restaurant. The mutton filled rotis might not fit into a Jamaican menu, but they keep the regulars satisfied. Satisfaction is exactly what the owner Sonia Gordon has in mind when she cooks with the fresh ingredients she picks up daily. On a busy day with hungry customers, it's not surprising to find a popular dish being taken off the menu at the end of the day. Try the chicken wings and the fish cakes which are house specialties at Stir It Up Restaurant.
Combining the pleasure of drinking fine beer and relishing tangy ethnic pickles, The Pickle Shack offers diners a truly enjoyable time. Their pickles are the invention of The Brooklyn Brine Company and consist of several rare varieties like the Hops pickle and Bread and Butter pickle served in sandwiches or as sides. All the specials which are on offer here are made using locally sourced ingredients and they are known to work with some of the best suppliers of the city. Vegan and vegetearian specials are also served here. The Pickle Shack's beer menu is so extensive that it has got all taste preferences covered. If you wish to enjoy a unique meal, be sure to visit The Pickle Shack.
This neighborhood restaurant, located in the heart of Brooklyn, serves great Mediterranean and Middle Eastern fare, which has a strong Israeli undertone to it. You can delve into the flavors and fragrances of Falafel, Hummus, Pork chops, and more. Often, a touch of contemporary cooking too might make its way into your dish, as the chef prefers to experiment with traditional methods and styles. A live band and belly dancing can be enjoyed every Saturday night, which only augments the Middle Eastern feel!
This is one place that has it all. The ambiance is lively, friendly and fun, even on a Monday night. The food here is really good and all at great prices; the must tries being the Bacalao Empanada, Chicken Empanada and the White Arepa. The staff here is extremely warm and helpful. Do try the cocktails and enjoy the happy hours. A cool place to be at. Call ahead or check out their website for more details.
A place that offers a variety of cuisines, you will be treated with authentic traditional delicacies from Italy, Spain and Portugal. Owners Carlo and Michelle Pulixi opened this intimate restaurant that serves a wide array of dishes and wines from the different zones that you will definitely enjoy. This restaurant offers you a perfect romantic setting for a date. The staff here is extremely warm and friendly. They also offer their three rooms space for private parties, wedding receptions, corporate events, dinners and functions that can accommodate up to 70 guests. For payment, they accept American Express cards only, or be prepared with cash. Call ahead for information on bookings or check out their website.
Welcome to Morocco! Entering Babouche is like stepping into a North African den of gastronomic pleasure. The cozy two-story space is crammed with velvet pillows and other fine fixtures and the food is no less striking. Starters are eminently traditional, consisting largely of rustic vegetables served pureed, mashed or ground. At dinner, the elegance continues: Choose from big bowls of harira, sweet 'n' savory pastilla plates, or a decadent selection of souped-up couscous presentations. If the decision proves too tough, opt for the family-style dinner, an exhaustive multi-course meal highlighting all the best of Moroccan cuisine.
Opened in 2003 by Texas born owner, Sean Patterson, LOBO was created to satisfy the hankering that most displaced Texans have for chili con queso, rich and spicy con carne sauce, and the basic, yet flavorful cheese enchiladas. The result of that vision is a relaxed place to enjoy fresh juice margaritas with infused tequilas and a plate of hot and spicy Tex-Mex. Located in Park Slope in Brooklyn. There is a second location at 218 Court Street.
Those who love to eat out but are searching for vegetarian dining spots will love this place. Appropriately named V-Spot, this Brooklyn restaurant draws in the crowds with its pastas, salads, cakes and thick shakes. Don't fret while counting your calories. You can always burn them off while walking around the Park Slope area. So come by for wholesome veggie treat and you would surely be returning for more!
Located on Atlantic Avenue, Bacchus Bistro is a fine French feast. Inside is fairly rustic, and there is an outdoor area that is great in the summertime. Francophones should be delighted by the vibe and the food. Escargot and a great goat-cheese dish start things off right. Solid entrée choices include boeuf bourguignon and carré d'agneau. The wine selection is extensive and expensive. Another option includes a prix-fixe menu, and weekend brunch is a treat. For a French place, the staff are surprisingly attentive and friendlyquelle chance! Definitely worth a trek to Brooklyn.