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Runner & Stone

  • $$
  • American (New), Bakery & Pastries
  • 285 3rd Ave, Brooklyn 11215 40.677176 -73.985935
  • (Btwn President St & Carroll St)
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  • (718) 576-3360
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User Ratings (Based on 7 reviews)

avg-come back to15
Food 4 Value 3
Service 4 Atmosphere 4_5

Other Restaurant Info

(718) 576-3360
Visa, AmEx, MC
Mon-Thu: 7:30am-10pm Fri: 7:30am-11pm Sat: 8am-11pm Sun: 9am-4pm
Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Brunch, Good for Groups, Online Reservations, Take Out, Trendy

User Reviews

  • Runner & Stone

    Posted by Arnie R. on 2013-10-07

    Just go

    First time, Order the chicken with buckwheat dumplings in an amazing mushroom broth. I also recommend the fish of the day entree, although I've only tasted from the plates of companions. The pastas are worthy of Batali and the rib eye, a favorite cut, del

  • Runner & Stone

    Posted by anonymous on 2013-08-26

    New Fave

    I recently moved to Gowanus, and I'm still trying to find my "local" place. I've had the great pastries here for brunch, and at the Brooklyn Bridge market, but I hadn't had dinner there yet. Stopped in for a drink after work, and decided to eat at the bar

  • Runner & Stone

    Posted by Anonymous on 2013-08-12

    Overpriced tiny portions

    Manhattan in Brooklyn. Overpriced with tiny portions. Pretentious menu. Cash only. Food wasn't bad, but not worth the coin.

  • Runner & Stone

    Posted by Benni on 2013-03-29

    Great food and Great Spot!

    I'm surprised by the previous reviewer-my boyfriend and I went there, and had to split a dessert we were both close to busting! And I don't split dessert with anyone! Really, the chicken dish was great-moist and tender but still crispy skin. The lamb, tho

  • Runner & Stone

    Posted by Aninymous on 2013-03-11


    Although we loved the design and feel of the place, we were so disappointed in the food, from amuse bouche to main course. The portions were embarassingly tiny- and we're not big eaters. The duck pastrami was uninteresting and red cabbage gnocci was liter

  • Runner & Stone

    Posted by anonymous on 2013-01-14

    Great Newcomer in Brooklyn

    I recently checked this place out and I'm hooked. I went in for coffee/breakfast, and then went back for dinner. I haven't been there yet for lunch or brunch, though I certainly plan to. The coffee is great, and the bread and pastries are off the charts!

  • Runner & Stone

    Posted by Frank on 2013-01-07

    A great work in progress

    The place is inviting and the host Elias is welcoming and you can see he works hard at being the host and that nothing from busing a table, bring out food or making a guest feel welcomed is beneath him. The amuse busche you are greeted with is a nice tou

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