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Two Boots of Brooklyn
Posted by Michelle on 06/29/2008
I can admit that sometimes the younger clientele can be a little annoying when you're just trying to enjoy a meal, but if you can get there during the week for lunch, it's pretty mellow. It's perfect on a summer day where you can sit on the patio, where's there's tons of shade or sun, if that's your thing. The food is pretty decent (though I've never had the pizza) and their cocktails are great. Strong and served in mason jars, so you probably don't need too much to get your bread buttered.
Posted by Lisa from BK on 02/04/2008
I can only review the brunch and some apps, but I love this place! Yes, the seating is a bit tight, but I wouldn't call the atmosphere "annoying." The "Banana Foster French Toast" is DELICIOUS!!! I've tasted french toast w/ similar ingredients, but theirs is by far the best! The drinks are yummy and provide just the perfect fix at noon on a Sunday. I would def recommend this place for brunch!!! You're missing out if you don't try it at least once.
Posted by TB on 05/11/2007
Went here for the first time the other night & we will not be going back. Food was bland & nothing special. There were more kids there then adults & all of them seemed to be running & screaming the entire time. While this is not the restaurants fault, it did make for an unpleasant meal.
Posted by Eater on 04/04/2007
The pizza is... well.... expensive. And I don't think it's worth the money. Just my two cents.
Posted by Rory Storm on 12/29/2006
I have now twice eaten at Two Boots of Brooklyn and I have to say, I was expecting better pizza. They prepare it in their special "Cajun" way with a tasty, spicy suace. Unfortunately, "Cajun" style pizza is also served with a layer of corn meal on the underside. The corn meal is very hard and sometimes feels like chewing sand. As a whole, The two pizza's that I've eaten there were of average quality, but they both cost over $20! There are a lot of better pizza joints (if not as upscale as Two Boots) in the neighborhood for a lot cheaper. In all fairness, I have only eaten the pizza. The menu at Two Boots consists mostly of Cajun style food that I have not tried. I looked pretty good though.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/08/2006
We go a lot. We have friends with two toddlers who love it and the staff know how to deal with kids. There are attention points for the tykes (the kitchen window where they give out dough, the alligator ride outside, and of course the pizza at the table) so it actually doesn't seem like Park Slope brat mayhem. If you're there watching a game or hanging out with other adults, other people's kids are too preoccupied to scream for attention and interrupt your meal. Um, also, the pizza is unbelievably good ndt the beer selection nice.