Time Out says
After a night of drinking at Loosie Rouge, return to the bar’s sister cafe and kitchen in the morning to fill your hungry belly. The menu puts a decidedly Brooklyn spin on Southern classics. Just take the brunch options: There’s fried chicken on a biscuit with turmeric slaw ($13), a sausage, egg and cheese biscuit smothered in gravy ($13) and a burger with aged cheddar, bacon, pepper relish and a fried egg ($17). For lunch, you might opt for the pulled pork sandwich with white barbecue sauce ($13) or baked eggs with tomato, kale, shiitake mushrooms and butter croutons ($11). The dinner menu includes scallop crudo with chili oil ($14), mac and cheese with jalapeno breadcrumbs ($10), flatiron steak with red-eye peas, mustard greens and chimichurri ($25) and beignets with whipped Nutella ($8) for dessert.
Loosie's Kitchen was born out of the idea of creating a space where everyone is welcome, conversations flow freely, and the community is an extended family. You can find different live acts performing at the bar throughout the week.
91 S 6th St
|Opening hours:||Sun-Thurs 7:00am - 10:00pm, Fri & Sat 7:00am - 11:00pm|
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