Brasserie Witlof

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Photo - Alex Hall

 Full menu New entry in the Guide in 2015 Specializes in Belgian Beers

292 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn NY 11249



Open 1200-0300 Sun-Fri, 1100-0300 Sat

Craft Keg Taps: 10
Craft Bottles/Cans: 30

Beers: Various Belgian imports.

Nearest subway: Bedford Ave(L), Marcy Ave(J / M / Z)


Smart Belgian brasserie, Belgian beers are featured.

Directions - L train to Bedford Avenue, take the Bedford Avenue exit (at the rear of trains coming from Manhattan), walk south on Bedford Avenue to the corner of Grand Street. Alternatively, J / M / Z train to Marcy Avenue, take the Havemeyer Street (west) exit, head north on Havemeyer Street, turn left on Grand Street, continue walking westwards for three blocks. Note, from the latter station, you will pass Banter (q.v.).

Alex says

Situated in a former bank building from many years ago (the bank in question being infamous by going bust and leaving investors penniless), this smart Belgian bistro carries beers exclusively from that country. There isn't a huge or rare selection, but there are plenty of old favourites on offer. The horseshoe-shaped, marble-topped bar counter is impressive. Service can be slow if a number of people are ordering cocktails at busy times, but that's no fault of the bar staff. It has a very authentic Belgian atmosphere, even down to the background music. 'Witlof' is Flemish for chicory. (11/2015)

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