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Lobo Cobble Hill

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  • Mexican, Southwestern
  • 218 Court St, Brooklyn NY11201 40.6865809 -73.994126
  • (At Warren St)
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  • (718) 858-7739
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User Ratings (Based on 18 reviews)

3.745
Food 3.6 Value 3.4
Service 3.8 Atmosphere 4.1

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(718) 858-7739
Website:
www.lobonyc.com
Notes:
Take Out Catering/Private Parties
Hours:
Mon-Wed: 11am-11pm Thu: 11am-12am Fri-Sat: 10am-12am Sun 10am-11pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Kid-friendly, Outdoor Dining, Happy Hour, Take Out, Catering, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • Lobo Cobble Hill

    Posted by BergenRed on 08/18/2008

    Lobo is like family

    We live close by and love Lobo for its fantastic company (bartenders are witty & generous), amazing food, tastey and fattening queso, and ipod. We eat here at least once a week and love the chicken fajita soft tacos, the buffalo quesadilla and any of the enchilada dishes. The margaritas are the freshest in the city and they are always coming up with great new flavors. We continuously introduce neighborhood friends to this spot. I can't even come up with a complaint other than cash only. Great brunch as well. Love you Lobo!

  • Lobo Cobble Hill

    Posted by kissmygrits on 06/02/2008

    Great Drinks, Food, Service and Backyard

    I ended up going here on a saturday night, without a reservation, with 6 friends for my birthday. I'd originally planned to go to Frankies down the street but the rudeness of their greeter drove me away (see the Frankies 457 review I wrote). We came to Lobo and were seated immediately in the backyard and were treated to GREAT mexican food, very strong and yummy margaritas, and great service from the lovely bartendress who did not remotely rush us at all, as we spent hours back there having drinks after everyone else had left the back patio. Lobo is totally my new favorite spot in the hood.

  • Lobo Cobble Hill

    Posted by Anonymous on 05/01/2008

    yum

    i live in the neighbohood and really love this place, the food is really good, the person below me complaining about the cheese sauce doesnt know what they're talking about, they dont use cheese sauce, they use american cheese, which is different but really good, i love it, definitely try the bean dip its like a little bowl of heaven

  • Lobo Cobble Hill

    Posted by kristen from atx on 01/24/2008

    homesick texan

    i am from austin so i am serious about my tex-mex. i've lived in NY for quite some time and lobo has definitely been the closest thing to home food i've found here. i just moved to greenpoint and i miss being close to lobo so much- but i definitely think it's worth the ride on the subway. i like the crispy beef tacos as well as the cheese enchiladas. i always get the queso for an appetizer- not the best i've ever had, but BY FAR the best i've had on this side of the mississippi. the salsa is really good, and i always have to get a margarita- i think they're the best in the city. OH- and they have breakfast tacos! i usually make them myself since moving here, but i miss the days of going out for breakfast tacos. look no further, lobo has them!

  • Lobo Cobble Hill

    Posted by Ricky on 10/07/2007

    Drink

    If you are a drunk, homesick, Tex-mex-craving person, you'll be ok. That's all I can say because I wish this place the best! It is doing on OK job at copying Maudie's, but don't get your hopes up...

  • Lobo Cobble Hill

    Posted by Anonymous on 06/23/2007

    Cheese sauce?

    I just tried Lobo for the first time, and felt compelled to write something here to warn other potential diners: while the staff was very helpful and the service quick, the food was not good. The beef was dry and flavorless, the cheese for the burritos was so overprocessed it was like a lump of wax (why do Mexican restaurants use processed American cheese??), and there was no salsa at all. The cheese on the chili was in fact cheese sauce (like the kind on nachos you get at a movie theater). Overall, the food was utterly flavorless and absolutely not worth the overinflated prices. Really, a big disappointment.

  • Lobo Cobble Hill

    Posted by lobo groupie on 08/29/2006

    tex mex to the max

    a great place for a taste of home...if you are from the western US, which i am so it's perfect...real queso sause and good solid all-around tex mex. i could bathe in the guacomole and wash my hair in the margaritas...seriously nothing better than a lobo margarita...or 12

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