Many people consider the River Café to be the best restaurant in Brooklyn, and it is probably the most expensive. The romantic waterside eatery, which could easily skate by on its gorgeous views of downtown Manhattan, has spawned a long roster of great chefs, including Charlie Palmer (Aureole), David Burke (davidburke & donatella) and Rick Moonen (RM, Oceana). Current chef Brad Steelman lives up to his predecessors with two exquisite prix-fixe menus: three courses (you choose) or six courses (he chooses). Stellar dishes include crisp oysters with smoked salmon and caviar, rack of lamb or lobster specials. For dessert, few can resist the chocolate marquise Brooklyn Bridge, shaped like its sparkling namesake.
|Venue name:||The River Café||Contact:|
1 Water St
|Cross street:||Water Street and Old Fulton Street|
|Opening hours:||Breakfast: Mon-Fri 8:30am-11:30am; Lunch: Sat 11:30am-2pm; Brunch: Sun 11:30am-2pm; Dinner: Daily 5:30pm-11pm (bar opens at 5pm)|
|Transport:||Subway: A, C to High Street; F to York Street, 2, 3 to Clark Street|
|Price:||Dinner: 3-course prix fixe: $125; Six-course prix fixe: $155 (optional wine pairing: $125); Lunch: 2-course prix fixe: $42 (optional a la carte dessert available) Brunch: 2-course prix fixe: $55 (optional a la carte dessert available) Breakfast: A la carte|
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