Eat. Drink. Pong

Eat. Pray. Love became my Mantra after reading the book a few years ago but I may be in the process of changing it :)!

Yum Yum Yummie…Brooklyn Eats On Myrtle opens today and I’m excited to try their menu. It’s November and there’s nothing like the right comfort food and base on their menu – Brooklyn Eats seems to have done it right.

Located on Myrtle Street – the vintage-inspired theme bar & grill may be the perfect place to have a date night or a fun night with the girls…oh or the guys. The owner’s philosophy was to create a place where “the community’s past, present, and future are valued.”

The concept of the menu is one that I find of great interest. Chef Tim Coughlan said:

“Everyone deserves fine food. Fine food doesn’t always mean fine dining. Fine food for me is the right food, at the right time, in the right setting. It’ comfort.” I absolutely agree with you Chef Tim, I’m a firm believer in everyone deserves fine food – having it at the right time and in the right setting makes it sooooo much more delicious.

Update:

Brooklyn Eats on Myrtle received quite the welcome from their neighborhood on their grand opening last night. Although they had a full house, I had a wonderful experience. Yes I know it was only the first night but I’ve gone to grand openings that were an absolute disaster. The staff held their composure throughout the evening – they were kind, attentive and smiled often. Saying the bar area was a madhouse is an understatement however Will, Emma and Marcus were awesome, they gave every customer attention and still found time to check-in with customers like myself to make sure we were doing ok.

The food was delicious – it was served in checkered paper containers on a lunch tray. At the time of service I didn’t quite know how I felt about the lunch trays however as I type this update I think it’s the perfect complement to the checkered containers. I ordered wings, potato poppers, fried pickles, and torta sliders. I enjoyed everything except the fried pickles – it was a bit too oily for me. I planned on trying the eat “n” peel shrimp, veggie chili and shrimp quesadilla, unfortunately, I didn’t get the opportunity to try them 🙁 – they received so many orders they had to close the kitchen early.

I can’t wait to visit again – why don’t you visit also and share your experience with me.

Some photos via Brooklyn Eats on Myrtle 

Location: 474 Myrtle Avenue, Brooklyn NY 11205

Between: Washington and Hall

Phone:      718-789-5000

Hours:      Will updated soon

XXOO

NAT

$$ Cost for Appetizer plus Entree $25 - 40

8 Food
6 Decor
10 Service
5 Cost
7.3
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