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  • American (New), Cafes & Coffeehouses, Vegetarian-Friendly
  • 180 Franklin St, Brooklyn NY11222 40.731679 -73.957519
  • (At Java St)
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  • (718) 389-2806
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User Ratings (Based on 33 reviews)

3.585
Food 3.7 Value 3.2
Service 3.6 Atmosphere 3.8

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(718) 389-2806
voice
(718) 389-2807
Fax:
fax
(718) 349-8513
Website:
www.brooklynlabel.com
Place Order:
Order From Brooklyn Label for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Visa, MC, AmEx Happy Hour Mon-Fri: 5pm-6pm Delivery Hours Daily: 11am-5pm+6pm-9:30pm
Hours:
Daily: 8am-10pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Group Dining, Outdoor Dining, Happy Hour, WiFi, Delivery, Online Ordering, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering
Min Delivery:
10.00

User Reviews

  • Brooklyn Label

    Posted by Anonymous on 09/08/2007

    This is the best we can get?

    I was pretty excited to try out this spot in the neighborhood, but was incredibly disappointed. Burnt french toast? Huevos with no flavor? I love the neighborhood, but this place falls way short of what it could be.

  • Brooklyn Label

    Posted by Greenpointer on 08/28/2007

    Great Experience

    Living in the Williamsburg/Greenpoint area you generally learn to associate dining out with the equivelant of going on a blind date: you spend the majority of your time getting the cold shoulder and ultimately get screwed in the end. Brooklyn Label has all the ingredients of the next hipster secret garden, from its converted warehouse interior to its pitchfork sampler soundtrack ambiance and neu-bedford-ish location on franklin ave. However, unlike a large share of the competition, Brooklyn Label offers friendly service and a great, simple menu that does not fit into the normal trying hard yet missing the mark standards of it's piers. The menu offers some decent vegetarian dishes, while making a great burger. The presentation was simple and nice, the pacing of the meal was great, and the service was generally cordial. All in all, if you are looking for a relaxed, unsnobbish meal, check out Brooklyn Label.

  • Brooklyn Label

    Posted by Erika on 07/30/2007

    Fave restaurant in Greenpoint!

    We wanted to try a new place to eat so we found this restaurant on menupages.com and decided to give it a try. I had the Burger/Fries and my boyfriend had the cheeseburger w/ bacon and fries. The food was very good! The fries were cripsy & just perfect! Our waitress was extremely nice and "on top of things". One recommendation: We both ordered our burgers Medium-Well...they were still really pink! :( If you want MW, you should probably order Well Done!

  • Brooklyn Label

    Posted by Orphynanni on 07/25/2007

    Good food, lackluster service

    Tried this for the first time a couple of weekends ago. Ordered the daily special - fish n' chips - which was really, really, good. My boyfriend got the french toast, which he says was really good, albeit really small! I mean, the size of the bread was big, but it was only, like, one slice. Lemonade was delicious. The only real downside was our waiter. He didn't seem interested in our table at all, just came over with a vacant expression on his face, briskly took our order, brought out the food, and returned 10 minutes later with the check. No water re-fills, no "how is everything", nada.

  • Brooklyn Label

    Posted by Blondie on 04/28/2007

    Greenpoint Welcomes You!

    Thank God this place opened. I love the food, especially their crispy french fries and the tempeh reuben which is excellent. For brunch the cast-iron waffle is spectacular and I've never said that about a waffle. All of the fruit we were served was fresh, ripe and plentiful so I'm not sure if they have stepped it up in that department. I live around the corner and am so happy to have a great neighborhood hangout with good food. I found out they are getting their liquor license soon so we can sit outside with a beer this summer.

  • Brooklyn Label

    Posted by BigFoodGuy on 04/24/2007

    Great Setting but they Need a New Chef

    The place is really nicely set but the food is less than mediocre. I tried several items including their burger, grilled chicken and ribs/pulled pork chorrizo sausage. Nothing was really good enough to make me want to come back. I was very disappointed with their ribs/pp because it was the "special" and their was nothing special about it. The service was very good and the ambiance is really nice but they really need to improve their food. It was edible, but that is just not enough.

  • Brooklyn Label

    Posted by c. on 03/17/2007

    not that bad, not that great.

    i live a block away so it's a shame i don't like this place better. i've been at least 5 different times (always drawn back by the fact that it's so close) but every visit has put me in a bad mood. the food isn't better than anywhere else and cost a few dollars more. the burger is too peppery, and came on a cheap, wonder bread bun that wasn't even toasted, so it arrived to the table soggy. now the waffle. it's good, i'll give them that. but it is NOT worth $8.50. c'mon. it's barely bigger than an eggo. and my "fresh fruit" that came with it, was 4 berries: 3 blackberries, and 2 strawberry halves. my boyfriend always gets the tofu and potatoes. he says it's really good, but he has pointed out to me that the portion has gotten much smaller since the first time we went. now, they have a "lunch menu" on their website, but don't let that fool you, they arent' serving it yet. i assumed that if they had it posted that it would be in effect at the restaurant today, but no. all in all, it's not bad. the coffee is good, the waitstaff is nice, the food is alright, but i'd rather go somewhere else.

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