Time Out says
Williamsburg's Walter Foods opens this sibling Fort Greene restaurant, serving a similar menu of American comfort food. Dig into lobster bucatini, fried chicken with spicy honey or a French dip sandwich. To drink, choose from classic cocktails, like the aviation, dark and stormy, or Pimm's cup.
166 DeKalb Ave
|Cross street:||at Cumberland St|
|Transport:||Subway: G to Fulton St|
|Price:||Average main course: $18. AmEx, MC, V|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 11am–1am; Sat, Sun 9am–1am|
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Tuesday night dinners are as unpredictable as hurricane season,
You might get hit, you might survive,
Either way, just go with the flow, you might end up in a great neighborhood spot which will give you a great story to tell!
So here's my story,
Last Tuesday, I was just wondering around in my new neighborhood, Fort Greene, looking for dinner.
A couple of weeks ago, I ended up in Karasu, a small Japanese hidden speak-easy bar/restaurant in the back of Walters. As I was curious about Walter's as well, I decided to give it a shot.
Was it the pre-Thanksgiving buzz? Or just the weather turning? Or the cool crowd inside?
I don't know but my experience was definitely remarkable.
From the lovely hostess, over my seat at the bar, to Kevin - the great bartender, even the lady with her blue hat trying to make conversation with every single person at the bar.
It made my day better, gave me a smile on my face and for sure a reason to return!
It's hard to be a stranger here!
Come in and enjoy!