Kitchen 21 is right on the Coney Island boardwalk, and it’s roughly the size of a small airplane hangar - which is mostly why you come here. It’s a great place for when you want to grab a drink with a big group, and there’s some fairly decent bar food like burgers, pizza, and nachos. There aren’t any servers, just a counter up front and a bar where you can order. If the roof is open, hang out there - it has couches, tables, and a great view of the beach.
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