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  • Italian
  • 32 Withers St, Brooklyn NY11211 40.716265 -73.951146
  • (Btwn Union Ave & Lorimer St)
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  • (718) 384-8831
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User Ratings (Based on 26 reviews)

Food 4.0 Value 3.9
Service 4.3 Atmosphere 4.3

Other Restaurant Info

(718) 384-8831
Take Out Visa, MC
Mon, Wed-Sun: 12pm-11pm
Lunch, Dinner
Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out

User Reviews

  • Bamonte's

    Posted by Anonymous on 08/11/2008

    Truly Authentic Experience

    The waiters were full of personality, and the food was amazing just like a homecooked meal from your grandmother. My family enjoyed it as well, though my father's only complaint was that he didn't get noodles with his veal but the family style sides were really enjoyed! Wine was inexpensive enough to get a few bottles, and we all enjoyed free sambuca with our coffees. If you're an Italian-American from the northeast, Bamonte's is pure nastalga.

  • Bamonte's

    Posted by Lucy on 06/02/2008

    Great atmosphere, subpar food

    This is such a fun place to dine- waiters in tuxedos, old-school Italian charm- however, I've given this place a shot 3 times (once with my true-blue Italian in-laws) and have been horribly dissapointed with the food every time. I hate to say it, but this place is not good at all. The food is over priced and tastes like it was prepared by a 19 year old college student.

  • Bamonte's

    Posted by Anonymous on 04/26/2008

    Go to be Old-School not to be Gourmet

    I'm glad I've been here for the old-school Italian neighborhood experience. The service and atmosphere are excellent. The food - it's good, but not worth the cost.

  • Bamonte's

    Posted by Jimmy's Grandson on 01/09/2008

    Classic old-skool Italian cuisine

    I've been coming here for a looong time - my grandfather grew up in this 'hood and the staff still remembers him. Simply put, they don't design dining rooms nor can you find meals like this around anymore. The scene at the bar and dining room is borderline comical when it comes to people watching - you'd think you really were in the middle of a scene of Bronx Tale, Sopranos, Goodfellas, etc. and would have to check your jacket for bullet holes upon leaving. It's nice/comforting to know that tradition has remained alive and kicking all these years. The waiters there are lifelong pros who've been there for 20, 30, even 40 years. And to all the critics - if you're unhappy feel free to cross the Williamsburg Br and head to one of Batali's trendy, overpriced joints or some other "Neo/Eclectic- Infused" Italian restaurant in SoHo or Midtown. 'Nuff said.

  • Bamonte's

    Posted by Anonymous on 05/29/2007

    Great food, service not that great

    Went to Bamontes for the first time, lived in Brooklyn entire life..food was really food, had eggplant rollatino which was excellent, chicken rollatini was also excellent, food comes out piping hot. Had an old time waiter who wasn't that great, waited about 10 minutes to order until the hostess saw we were ready to order and then she took our order. Atmosphere is cool, very old school italian, little on the pricey side but was worth it and I would go back

  • Bamonte's

    Posted by Iceberg on 05/21/2007

    Great atmosphere, subpar food, expensive

    Ordered chicken franchaise, and one of the "breasts" was veal! I was dispappointed by this as I expected chicken. I've only ordered out from here but will not be going there again. The food is really not that good. My grandma's bolognese sauce is way way better. The only thing I can give them is the mobster vibe factor.

  • Bamonte's

    Posted by CityRider on 04/24/2007

    Worth it for the Bar and Atmosphere

    I live down the street and have been a couple times a year over the last four years. This place is a hold over from the 1940's and its great! You'll feel like you've walked right into a gangster movie when you get in the door. The bar is full of locals that feel like they just walked off a movie set too. The food is classic old school italian. It's the pasta and meat dishes you can get at any corner joint in Brooklyn or the city. I've never walked away and felt like it was anywhere near the best italian meal of my life and the prices are way too high. But we keep coming back for the experience. There's nothing like this place.

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