Randolph Brooklyn

104 South 4th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11249
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(718) 599-0412

Cuisine: American fare, Bistro, Gastropub
Our Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ Great
Cards: All major
Hours: Mon-Wed & Sun 5 pm – 12 am, Thu-Sat 5 pm – 2 am
Brunch: Sat & Sun 12pm – 5pm (starts Nov. 16)
Booze: Full bar
Subway: L train to Bedford, J, M, Z to Marcy
Delivery: Take-out
Menu: randolphnyc.com
Website: randolphnyc.com
TimeOut says:

The industrial 2,500-square-foot hall—operated by the crew behind the Randolph at Broome and Randolph Beer—is loosely inspired by ‘70s punk, with red-leather banquettes, retro televisions and collages of era-appropriate album art. Find 12 draft lines at the distressed-wood bar, with craft beers like Peak Organic Fresh Cut pilsner, Greenflash Hop Head Red ale and Lagunitas Little Sumpin’ Sumpin’ ale. For spirit seekers, cocktails include the Old Roman (rye, rhubarb aperitivo, absinthe and bitters) and a Randolph Paloma (pepper-infused tequila, grapefruit, strawberry, agave nectar and smoked salt). Balance the booze with grown-up bar bites, such as pulled-lamb sliders with coriander-feta yogurt, seared striped bass with clam dashi, and panfried chicken with confited potato and grilled garlic chives.

Eater says:

The people behind the the Randolph at Broome and its sister beer-centric hotspot Randolph Beer have opened their newest outpost in South Williamsburg. Randolph Brooklyn veers away from the warm wood and brick interiors of its predecessors with an interior that’s “loosely inspired by ’70s punk.” The dining room is outfitted with red vinyl booths and a stack of vintage TVs, the walls clad in neon and retro graffiti. But the menu sticks closer to home, with the same casual American food like burgers and kale salad. The new spot has 12 draft lines and a thorough craft beer list, plus wine and cocktails.