Brooklyn, NY 11211
- Sun 2pm-2am, Mon-Thu 4pm-2am, Fri 4pm-4am, Sat 2pm-4am
- All Major Credit Cards
- Patio/Sidewalk Dining
- Late Night
- Full bar
- No Parking
Village Voice's Description
Joining joints like Jimmy's #43 and Cantina, Huckleberry is one of those bars that offer amazing food made in equipment-challenged micro-kitchens. Using only an oven and an electric knife, chef Seth Johnson turns out a memorable toasted cheese sandwich featuring Salumeria Biellese ham, beer-soaked Irish cheddar, and pickled purple onions. Yum! Other things we adored included the salad of beets, Stilton, and candied walnuts hosed with gin, and a Noah's Ark of a pickle platter marching paired baby veggies. Cocktails are pretty damn good, too, but arrive early, since it's standing room only most of the evening.
Tips from foursquare
Order a Dark and Stormy, Milk & Honey style.
Check out the Punch Party on Tuesday night - $5 glasses until it runs out, a different recipe each week. Try the Sampogna, a Jalepeno infused Tequila cocktail.
drink a Pimm's Cup
:*! "I"all be your Huckle Berry when you need....A Dr. Holiday or A Drink :*) wink-wink :*)
also, the place smells like bacon sometimes which is amazing.
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