in Brooklyn - Williamsburg
New York City, New York
Keywords: American See all and suggest more
First reviewed by Laurent
Cool places also have their classics. In Williamsburg hipster world, Diner has become an anchor. It is located one block away from the Williamsburg Bridge, and 3 blocks away from a far more expensive classic steakhouse: Peter Luger. I went there first a year after it opened (in 98) and it already felt like it had been there for a long time. 10 years later, the blood orange martinis are still good and the sight of the Kullman Diner setting does not get tired. I also like the shop/bar/restaurant they opened next door called Marlow & Sons.
This restaurant called diner is a must visit for anyone looking for a great dining experience. Set in an old diner, under the williamsburg bridge, the offerings change everyday depending on what the butcher has to offer up and what is in season. This place is casual and delicious.
In dieser Ecke empfiehlt es sich kleine Portionen zu essen – das nächste ausgezeichnete Restaurant befindet sich nur ein paar Meter weiter.
Easily the best meal I had in New York this time around. Great cocktails, atmosphere and prices. In Williamsburg, just over the Brooklyn Bridge. More restaurants should have a slanted floor pushing you to the bar. But most importantly, the FOOD. Excellent.