photo credit: Alex Staniloff

Brooklyn Noosh interiors with purple lighting, wooden two top tables, bar seating on the right, and wooden beams and ceiling fans on the ceiling

Brooklyn Noosh

AmericanBar Food


$$$$Perfect For:Casual Weeknight DinnerFirst/Early in the Game DatesHappy Hour
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If you and your friends who live in between Bed-Stuy, Prospect Heights, and Crown Heights are being indecisive about finding a casual place to meet up, take initiative and suggest Brooklyn Noosh. This neighborhood spot is owned by someone who also operates the dojo studio next door, which means that you’ll have to walk through an empty (and excitingly unexpected) jiujitsu gym to get between the actual restaurant space and Brooklyn Noosh’s charming back patio, which is quiet and fully removed from Atlantic Avenue.

Brooklyn Noosh serves kabob platters for around $15 each, as well as a bunch of bar food some cayenne-forward Flaming Hot Cheeto wings, and $6 beers Tuesday to Friday between 4pm and 7pm. We’d specifically recommend focusing on the buffalo wings. Each order comes with ranch, blue cheese, and extra buffalo sauce on the side. Allow that to sink in, and whenever you’re ready, let’s start a petition demanding that more places offer buffalo wings with extra buffalo sauce on the side.

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