Brooklyn, NY 11231
Village Voice's Description
This Germanic-American bistro in Carroll Gardens still roasts the best bone marrow in town. Prime Meats serves a single bone, but it's long, deep, and full of the stuff. It arrives with a side of lemony gremolata, grilled bread, and a whole head of roasted garlic that spreads like sweet, caramelized butter.
Tips from foursquare
Try the exceptional Black Angus burger, ground daily, with a satisfying crust from the grill that gives way to a gorgeously pink interior that coats the mouth like steak tartare.
Start with six oysters, a tankard of Sixpoint IPA and a plate of German cured meats. (Party like it’s 1899!) Now salad, steak. #bklyn4life.
Vesper Brett, spätzle, kraut garnie, dry-aged côte De boeuf, Underberg, and you're all set. [Eater 38 Member]
The daily breakfast menu includes potato rösti, olive oil cake, and Stumptown coffee. - Inspector
Grab a seat at the bar or in the small outside space. Then order up a WeissWurst, Landjager, Pork Schnitzel and The Prime Meats Burger with Bacon.
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