The Regal

Restaurants, American Williamsburg
3 out of 5 stars
(1user review)
The Regal
Venue says Go Bottomless for Dinner! An Entree and unlimited Cocktails for 60 mins!. Our full menu is served late night til 2am & 3am on weekends

The Regal isn’t your mother’s diner. This riff on the classic American restaurant serves elevated classics and specialty cocktails. Take advantage of the bottomless dinner deal to get one appetizer, one main and unlimited cocktails for 90 minutes ($48). To drink, you might want to try the Regal Lemonade with barrel-aged bourbon, ancho chile liqueur, lemon, grapefruit, orange and Hellfire Bitters or the Fizz Bump with gin, lemongrass-lavender syrup, egg white, lime and a maraschino cherry (both $12). If you prefer to order a la carte, start with appetizers like the mac and cheese with black truffle ($14.92), shrimp and grits ($17.92) or fried burrata with tomato sauce ($16.92). Entrees include a lobster fra diavolo pizza ($23.92), the Regal burger with a flattop-grilled patty, lettuce, tomato and pickles ($16.92) and buttermilk-fried chicken with honey-bourbon hot sauce ($32.92).

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The Regal says
The Regal is a cocktail bar and restaurant in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. We serve well made classic cocktails and house specialties often featuring spirits which we barrel-age behind our bar. Our kitchen, headed by executive chef Seth Levine offers a new take on diner fare.

The Regal is open for brunch, dinner and late night, serving food until 3AM and cocktails until 4AM on Friday and Saturday. We hope you'll come visit soon, or if you live in the neighborhood, we'll bring The Regal to you (we deliver).
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Venue name: The Regal
Address: 163 Hope Street
Price: $30 and under
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Hidden in a quiet street is The Regal, an unpretentious place where to get great drinks and delicious food. I went on a Wednesday and it was almost to capacity, of course they were offering their lobster bake, and every table seemed to be ordering it and enjoying it a lot. I decided to go another route as i was not super hungry. Onion soup and grilled cheese. Both were really good, the soup was flavorful full of melted cheese and a bit sweet from the caramelized onions. The grilled cheese was excellent, toasted brioche and a touch of truffle oil, the french fries were also delicious. Strongly recommend it if you are in the neighborhood.