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Strong Place

Map & Directions 270 Court St.
Brooklyn, NY 11231
  • New American
  • Sun-Wed 5pm-12am, Tue-Fri 11:30am-3pm, Thu-Sat 5pm-2am
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Brunch, Dinner, Lunch
  • Full bar
  • Not Accepted
  • No Parking, Street


Village Voice's Description

Named after a local Cobble Hill street and not a bodybuilder's gym, Strong Place is a Brooklyn bistro, par excellence. A long list of craft ales sets the stage, and from that point proceeds a succession of very good snacks (cucumber and jicama crudite), raw shellfish (fluke crudo with pickled cucumber and American caviar), market driven salads (beet tartare), seafood (fried oyster sandwich), and meat (beef braised in porter), with no poultry to speak of. The menu is quirky but reassuring at the same time, and the narrow deep space provides a choice of cozy seating.

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  • AskMen on 08/16/10

    An American bistro with gastropub tendencies. What do we mean by that? It's the little things, like the menu of sides that includes cajun boiled peanuts, deviled eggs and waffle chips with onion dip.

  • Metromix on 08/03/10

    A huge beer list, and classic American food like fried oysters and Cajun peanuts from the folks behind nearby Bocca Lupo. Instant hit in the hood.

  • Village Voice on 09/15/10

    Get the Market Veg Salad- Nothing about it is conventional: enoki mushrooms, slightly bitter frisée undercarriage, thin-sliced summer squash (which you may have mistook for cucumbers) & vinaigrette

  • Kevin K. on 11/13/10

    As the mayor I request you guys add hooks under the bar and the shelf behind it (in case you guys read these).

  • Mike R. on 03/04/12

    The bottles of Pliny The Elder are "just wishful thinking". Don't get your hopes up. :-(

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