Cuisine: Diners , Family Friendly
Menu: View the Menu
The only thing missing from the Brooklyn Diner is Brooklyn. The restaurant is located on West 57th Street near Carnegie Hall. It has the look and feel of a 1950's diner with all of its Brooklyn chochkas and seats named after famous people. I think I sat in Tony Randall's seat. The food is a step above your ordinary diner fare. And while it's a great place for families, Brooklyn Diner is on the pricey side.Review By: Sam Sayegh
Its popular 15-bite hot dog costs about a buck per bite, but it is a full meal that comes loaded with onion rings and sauerkraut for $14.50. On my visit, I enjoyed a very tasty Maryland Crab Cake Club Sandwich, which looks more like a crab burger. It's served with sugar-cured bacon and an enormous side of shoe-string potatoes for $18.95. Also on the menu, you'll find a Cuban-style skirt steak ($19.95), Booklyn "Dodger" Brisket ($17.95), Meatloaf ($17.50) and Pigs in a Blanket ($8.50). Desserts include a double chocolate pudding pie ($7.75) and an old fashioned banana split ($8.95).
Now, if they could just move the place to Brooklyn!
Neighborhood: West 50s
Entree Price: $15-20
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