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Posted by Forte on 02/19/2012
We had a nice brunch at Soco. The omelets were well done and tasty, the sweet potato hash was good, the cheese grits were creamy, and the bacon was crispy. There were several average items including slightly overcooked French toast, average coffee, and weak orange juice that we were told was fresh squeezed. The service was attentive without being annoying and the atmosphere was energetic, fun, and casual - perfect for Sunday brunch. Overall a good time and we plan to have dinner at SoCo in the near future.
Posted by bklyn80 on 02/11/2012
This is a great spot for a girl's night out. I went out to celebrate my friends birthday and the treatment was great. The food is very good, I recommend the pecan crusted pork chops and Mac n cheese. Great overall experience.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/22/2012
The best wings and Mac an cheese, very tasty
Posted by Desi on 12/11/2011
Had to try this place. Took my family including my 19 month old grandchild. I must say that the service was great. The wait staff was very attentive even though it was VERY crowded and busy. I was looking forward to the chicken and waffle. I was not pleased with the two veery little pieces of chicken that I received. The waffle (red velvet) was good. My son had the Lobster, shrimp and grits. The dish was very flavorful however the grits were a bit grainy and not cooked to a nice creamy consistency. The mac and cheese was a winner for all of us. The drinks were very expensive and small. I have to say that i did enjoy the Red Lemonade Vodka drink. The crawfish dumplings were interesting. The dumplings are made of crawfish wrapped around collard greens. We went for dinner this time but the next time we will try out the brunch menu. Soco is worth a visit.
Posted by Fallon HM on 08/11/2011
We wandered into soco one night when they just had a tapas menu and we were blown away by the drink menu as well as what we got to taste! Since that day we have tried to make it there once a week if not more. The food is perfectly amazing! Unique twists on comfort foods like the fried chicken and red velvet waffle *mouth waters*, BBQ shrimp Gumbo, the wings and ribs and the CRAWFISH DUMPLINGS (MUST TRY) make it worth the trip. And the drink menu is just as delicious. I think everyone in brooklyn (and the tri state area) should come and experience SoCo!
Posted by anonymous on 08/02/2011
I had read other reviews about this place and was very excited to try it. It was disappointing overall. My steak was overcooked and not enough chimichurri sauce, potatoes and collards pretty bland. My friend's cornbread average at best. they didn't have the appetizer she asked for. The server didn't know the menu very well and they don't have coffee yet.
Posted by Coble girls on 08/02/2011
We ate here on opening night. The wings and the mac & cheese are really good. The ribs are okay, the chicken and waffles needs some work. The chicken ended up with too much breading and then there were wet pieces because it wasn't throughly cooked. The sangria is nice but the other drinks lack flavor. When we brought it up to one of the owners she hit us with all our drinks are made with pure and natural ingridents and you are just used to the bad stuff. It has nothing to do with what I'm used to, it's great that you use fresh ingridents but make it taste like something. I would def eat here again if I could figure out when they are open.