Maggie Brown

455 Myrtle Ave

Bordering the neighborhoods of Fort Green and Clinton Hill, Maggie Brown embodies everything that is beautiful about these two bohemian communities. Named after the grandmother of one of the owner's, this comfortable, cozy and casually set restaurant... more

Bordering the neighborhoods of Fort Green and Clinton Hill, Maggie Brown embodies everything that is beautiful about these two bohemian communities. Named after the grandmother of one of the owner's, this comfortable, cozy and casually set restaurant is ideal for a quick bite to eat or a romantic rendezvous. As you enter the front door a beautiful antique chandelier can be seen swaying to the beat of an eclectic mix of music. Velvet flocked wallpaper and exposed brick harmonize to create a soothing tone. In addition, the rustic outside garden is ideal for entertaining friends and family. When it comes to the food and beverages Maggie Brown has something for every appetite with an inviting staff serving homemade meals with a creative twist, unique specialty drinks and housemade desserts.


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Info

455 Myrtle Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11205
(718) 643-7001
Website

Editorial Rating

Category

Eclectic

Price

$$$$$

Ambience

Casual

Payment

All Major

This Week's Hours

Sun-Thu: 10am-11pm
Fri&Sat: 10am-Midnight

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