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 17 Seabring Street , Brooklyn, NY, US, 11231

  • Phone: (718) 222-3200
  • Fax: (718) 222-8700
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»The Red Hook Lobster Pound

The Red Hook Lobster Pound  is a food truck known for taking New-Yorkers on a scrumptious trip to sea-food heaven. The truck is seen mobbed with hungry lobster fans waiting to get their hands on the delicious, succulent rolls. Rightly so, this food truck has garnered much deserved acclaim from credible media houses. The Red Hook Lobster Pound is worth a visit while in New-York. They do not accept credit cards and are closed on Mondays.

284 Van Brunt Street
New York, NY 11231


Grindhaus is located in Brooklyn and has a very comfortable and lively atmosphere, while the food served is nothing less than a work of art. Food is presented in the most delightful fashion and tastes equally delicious. Grindhaus is a great place for friends or families to enjoy a nice dinner or celebrate special occasions. The place is open only from Fridays to Mondays.

275 Van Brunt Street
New York, NY 11231


Lucali is situated in the Carroll Gardens neighborhood of Brooklyn and specializes in pizzas paired with Italian wines. The striped awning, dim lighting and classic wooden interiors create a nostalgic aura. The calzones are among the most popular items and are served with the signature sauce, which imparts unforgettable flavors to these Italian pastries. The pizzas are topped with ingredients such as Marinara sauce, Mozzarella and Ricotta cheeses, basil, shallots and pepper. The attractive presentation of the dishes mirrors the intense tastes of the sauces, herbs and pies. This eatery is, arguably, one of the few restaurants in Brooklyn where guests can savor pizzas of a high standard at moderate rates. Be sure to head here early as it gets crowded easily due to the immense popularity.

575 Henry Street
New York, NY 11231

»Ferdinando's Focacceria

One of Brooklyn's oldest restaurants, Ferdinando's Focacceria has been delighting locals and those in the know for more than a century. On offer is a diverse menu of authentic Sicilian specialties served in a nostalgic atmosphere. The interiors are warmly-lit, with old-school lanterns and chandeliers. A selection of old photographs adorn the otherwise stark walls. One section of the walls is exposed-brick adding a nice touch to the decor. House favorites on the menu include the pasta con sarde, linguini al pescatore and pork chop pizzaiola. Keep room for the delectable desserts. Check website for more.

151 Union Street
New York, NY 11231

»Buttermilk Channel

Chef Ryan Angulo and his team offer a delicious fare at Buttermilk Channel. Begin your delightful culinary journey at this restaurant with Beer Steamed Mussels, Slow Roasted St.Louis Ribs or Grilled Kale Salad. Duck Meatloaf, Buttermilk Fried Chicken or Caputo's Fresh Linguini are good options for the second course. Enjoy free corkage on Tuesday night and bring your own choice of alcohol. Excellent craft cocktails and beer are also served in a warm and inviting ambience.

524 Court Street
New York, NY 11231

»Fort Defiance

This little café-bar in Red Hook, Brooklyn has a small but satisfying lunch menu with four sandwiches plus daily salad specials. The dinner menu changes daily but has meat-eater and vegetarian options. There's a little list of wines by the glass and the bottle, and the cocktails are a taste of history, with some recipes coming from the 1800s and early 1900s. This is a nice place to stop by for lunch, a drink, or some great coffee.

365 Van Brunt Street
Brooklyn, NY 11231

»The Treats Truck

If you crave sweet treats every day of the week, The Treats Truck is the solution for you. At this truck stop, you can gorge not only on desserts, but also complete breakfast and lunch items. The brownies are their most famed offering, but the simple Super Duper Egg Sandwich and Cobb Salad don't lag too far behind.

521 Court Street
New York, NY 11231

»The Good Fork

The Good Fork is a place that has won rave reviews in major leading publications. The credit for this goes to chef Sohui Kim's Korean heritage. Its interiors are outlined with heavy woodwork that is a reflection of the shipyard neighborhood. Along with the warm ambiance an interesting menu is also served. The menu has a lot of variety and includes dishes from across the globe. Some of the popular dishes include homemade pork and chive dumplings, crab cakes and tempura zucchini. A visit to this place is a must while on a trip to Brooklyn.

391 Van Brunt Street
New York, NY 11231

»Marco Polo Ristorante

If you're in the mood to try some authentic Italian cuisine in an exquisite elegant setting, then Marco Polo is the place for you. Opened in 1983, the fare is upscale Italian, ambiance classy and in the menu there's a flavor for every taste. Get your meal started off by ordering entrees such as Portobello mushrooms, Ceasar salad and Mozzarella caprese. Then move on to try the pasta and non-veg selections. The perfect finale would be apple strudel served with ice cream. A full bar is available too with live piano music played every night. Ideal for couples and older guests.

345 Court Street
New York , NY 11231

»El Olomega

This Latin American food truck has been around for a really long time now. Previously known as the Lainez Stand, this stand is the original Red Hook Pupusas stand that has been a part of countless soccer games, birthdays, family gatherings and other celebrations that take place at the Red Hook Park. They serve authentic Salvadoran cuisine, specially Pupusas, which is a tortilla that is stuffed with various ingredients like chicken, meat, fish and vegetables and is made of corn flour. As it is a family run business, some of the recipes they use are passed down. The El Olomega is one place where you can find delicious, authentic Salvadoran food.

155 Bay Street
New York, NY 11231

»Hometown Bar-B-Que

If you are driving down the Red Hook side along with your friends, Hometown Bar-B-Que is a good place to stop by for your hunger pangs. A self service restaurant with a countryside ambiance this restaurant is a choice for many eaters on the go. Known for its delicious baby back ribs, make sure you reach early in the evenings as it gets over pretty fast. You can choose from other options like smoked jalepeno and cheddar sausage, chopped brisket, creamy mac and cheese sides with a good collection of draft beers and whiskeys like Shiner Bock, Smuttynose, Van Brunt Stillhouse, etc.

454 Van Brunt Street
New York, NY 11231

»Brooklyn Crab

Though the wait may be long, it is well worth waiting in Brooklyn Crab. This three story crustacean and seafood restaurant offers a wonderful view of the harbor from its deck and has a rustic, almost bucolic vibe to it. Featuring two unique bars, a 1950s mini golf course, corn hole courts, a huge outdoor patio and a raw bar, Brooklyn Crab is a fun place for family and friends in Red Hook.

24 Reed Street
New York, NY 11231
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