Comfort Inn Brooklyn - Downtown
279 Butler Street
Brooklyn, NY 11217
Phone: (718) 855-9600
Fax: (347) 436-1953
279 Butler Street , Brooklyn, NY, US, 11217
- Phone: (718) 855-9600
- Fax: (347) 436-1953
Bars & Cafes
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.
Hank's Saloon is where the locals gather for a little gossip, drinks and lots of fun. The bar has a decent selection of drinks that are sure to keep you happy since they come cheap. The saloon plays live music and features karaoke nights and many such events. The juke box here usually plays a list of country music as people get busy with game of pool. The fire painted walls add no charm to the not so great interiors. The service, however, is good. All in all, Hank's Saloon is a great local spot.
Combining the pleasure of drinking fine beer and relishing tangy ethnic pickles, The Pickle Shack offers diners a truly enjoyable time. The 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. Chilled beer and wine create an enjoyable experience with friends.
Fun, friendly and low key, this cafe is a great place for a casual night with friends. Chic, unpretentious and home-like, this establishment offers great quality beer and coffee. Featuring a great bar menu, Building on Bond is mainly frequented by locals on weekends or after office hours. Although the food served here is quiet good, but nothing can really beat hot brews this place has to offer its patrons.
This place is a must-visit for sea-food lovers. It is also a joint to frequent for delicious meals for a not-too-hefty price. The lobsters, clams, crabs, shrimp and fish on the menu attract hungry patrons, many of whom are regulars at this spot. A part of Mary's Fish Camp chain, Brooklyn Fish Camp is located in the Park Slope area of Brooklyn. So hop in for a bite, you're sure to love it so much you'll want to virtually camp here!
Mission Dolores allows you to sample a range of tasty beers. Located on Fourth Avenue in Brooklyn, Mission Dolores is a really cool, darkly lit space where the big wooden bar at the back verges upon being an altar. To get there, you have to go through a room, a courtyard and then the main room. The bartenders may not be priests or monks, but they tend to be quick with a verse and ready to serve. Mission Dolores is definitely a great spot to check out if you happen to be in Brooklyn and love beer.
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.
The Rock Shop is a friendly bar that is best-known for its high-energy live concerts which already have a fan-following in New York. Karaoke nights are popular as well as the dance nights which see the best DJs in town being roped in. The menu is not exhaustive but fries and chicken wings go down well with patrons. Call for details.
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!
Named after the Led Zep song, Black Mountain features wines from all around the globe as well as beers like Chimay and Bass and some on tap, with a small bites menu to match. The place appears cluttered with tables thrown all over and walls adorned with bottles on shelves and a small fireplace, which comes alive in winter. The menu lists the likes of tuna Nicoise salad, terrine of pork and duck, and cheeses from Robiolina Quercino to Chebris. The outdoor seating area is great for people watching.
This local pub is a great place to sit back and unwind. The owners from the nearby Black Sheep pub have done it again, providing locals with a sweet spot to just chill out, sip away at a pint, and enjoy a good meal. The attitude is laid-back and unpretentious, so patrons can order a pitcher and while away a few hours chatting with friends. Drink specials are written in chalk on the wall, and there's also some sidewalk seating for smoking or just catching some fresh air throughout the evening. Skip the bland cocktails and go for their special beer selections. Meat pies, sandwiches, crispy fries, onion rings, and an assortment of other filling pub grub is available. Cash only!
The Brooklyn Inn is an ideal neighborhood bar, with stiff, reasonably priced drinks, a good jukebox, and a steady stream of locals. The bar, which includes a pool hall, has an Old World charm on the inside. It's a casual place to meet and peruse the fine beer selection. An evening spent here will bring back those nostalgic moments for the sheer antique appearance of the place. Call ahead for further details.