The Low Down
What to Drink: Starting at $9, the cocktails aren't the cheapest in Brooklyn, but they do set the mood. Favorites include the Wray and Nephew's Sorrell, with rum, sorrell, and ginger bitters.
Brunch: Don't miss out on the brunch-only offerings, such as acke (Jamaica's national fruit) and saltfish---a neighborhood specialty.
Fun Fact: Maleve once played football for the New Jersey Sharks with the restaurant's general manager (then a team coach).
The Extras: The Speakeasy can be reserved for private parties of up to 100 people.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
With the nod from a "Top Chef," Fort Greene locals wash down far-flung flavors and home cooking with hooch.
by Rebecca Behan at Citysearch
This Fort Greene hideaway mixes Prohibition-era inspiration, neighborhood charm and lofty aspiration. Surrounded by gold drapery and a hand-painted ceiling of vines and flowers, locals perch at tables and at the longâ¦
By Marisela O. at Foursquare
Closed down! Read More
Groupon, (and) or Bust!...
By AndyB166ER at Menuism
I just think that this place gives a bad name to Groupon(and food itself, so hard to bite my toungue here).... Read More
By Darius R. at Foursquare
Great music, ok food, nice bartender but terrible at his job, undrinkable cocktails, and they were out of 5 of 6 beers when we went. Read More
By Polish Bar of Brooklyn at Foursquare
if you love a good sirloin. this is the place. Read More
By Shonda S. at Foursquare
Give the spicy jerk shrimp with plantains a try! Read More