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Posted by Reilly Ate Here on 01/26/2013
Looked warm and welcoming on a winter afternoon until we spoke to one woman behind the bar. We moved to a different area away from her and got great service. Good beer, average food, normal downtown prices..... Would I go back, sure, would I seek it out or go out of my way to stop by, no.
Posted by sangermatt on 07/06/2011
While happy hour starts at 4 they don't serve food until 5, which can make for a dangerous hour of drinking on an empty stomach. Great selection of beers from brooklyn, also had a couple of drinks that used their homemade lemonade - very tart, not too sweet - fantastic with bourbon. The food was great - we had the pickle plate and an order of pate. While the half-sour pickles were a bit tame, the bread and butter and dill were powerfully flavorful and just delicious - especially paired up with the smoked whitefish and pate.
Posted by Juice on 06/21/2011
I have been to the Brooklyneer a handful of times now. The food is consistantly good and the beer selection is great. The pulled pork sliders and the chicken tacos are great. Don't sleep on the salted potatoes either.
Posted by Ryan nyc on 01/16/2011
I've gone for the Brooklyneer for drinks in the past and have always wanted to try the food. Today I ordered the pulled pork sliders. They were really good and I have to say, the pickle that came with the order was excellent. I wish the sliders came with fries or something else for $11.
Posted by anonymous on 01/05/2011
newcomer- overcrowded and overpriced. and they still need to learn how to tend bar. on top of that the drinks are a tad bit on the overpriced side and occasionally inconsistent in price. (have paid 7, 9 and 11 dollars for the same drink and all of this was well after happy hour) they are new and have yet to work out their kinks.
Posted by Mitch on 12/16/2010
I love this place. Bartenders are all awesome - great beer selection (go with the Brownstone) and pork sliders are good too.
Posted by ALbert on 11/18/2010
The Brooklyneer is a little off the beaten path, but totally worth it. They got a ton of Brooklyn beers on draft, tasty bar food, and a great house cocktail list that they call "house'tails." It's a good find, especially if you live nearby (which I do), as you know there is nothing around except delis which all close at like 6pm. Check it out.