It’s official! On Thursday November 13th at 5pm, Clinton Hill is getting a new hot spot coined ‘Brooklyn Eats on Myrtle’. Located at 474 Myrtle Avenue, the new establishment will be Clinton Hill’s only vintage-themed bar and grill, paying homage to the neighborhood’s past. Along the walls you will find classic photos of the community, as well as authentic street signs from decades past. In the back room, you will find something that sets Brooklyn Eats on Myrtle apart from the rest. Ping Pong! The environment makes for the perfect date spot where you can stimulate your palate while challenging your date to an intense game of Ping Pong.
According to the chef, Tim Coughlan, “When I started writing this menu I tried to keep one thing in mind; everyone deserves fine food. Fine food doesn’t always mean expensive dining. Fine food to me is the right food for the right time in the right setting. It is comfort.” Some of the signature menu items include BK Eats Chili, Myrtle Avenue Chicken and a deliciously quirky appetizer, Fried Pickles.
One of the owners of Brooklyn Eats on Myrtle, Paul Perez, proclaimed, “We created Brooklyn Eats on Myrtle because Clinton Hill needed a place where you can enjoy great food and drinks along with a lively atmosphere without breaking the bank.”
The Brooklyn Eats on Myrtle grand opening will be taking place Thursday, November 13th at 474 Myrtle Avenue and will begin at 5pm. For more information about Brooklyn Eats on Myrtle, go to bkeatsonmyrtle.com, like them on Facebook, and be sure to sign up for the Grand Opening at bkeatsonmyrtle.com/grandopening.
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