It was the eye-catching simple exterior that caught our attention first when we passed by this place on Fifth and then peeked inside its windows. Right in front of us was a plate of biscuits being consumed by a brunch diner and elicited a “Mmmm!” from both us, including the mental note to make a future plan to dine there.
That time came soon enough and we found ourselves on a warm spring day in their backyard garden for a nice little brunch. So nice. I’d love to come back.
I loved their house-cured corned beef with the perfect yellow eggs.
The pork butt was tasty and reminded us of pata tim (we almost asked for rice), but the biscuit and kale slaw were yummy.
The place is primarily a bar, and I’ve heard great reviews about their signature cocktails. I read the bloody marys are good here too. We’ll definitely be back for those. Oh, and if you’re looking for late brunch, I heard they serve brunch until 5pm! Try finding that elsewhere in Park Slope.
196 5th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11215
Neighborhood: Park Slope