Le BarricouCurrently Closed
- Address: 533 Grand St, Brooklyn, NY 11211, USA, New York City, United States
- Timings: 10:00 am - 11:59 pm Details
- Phone: +1-7187827372
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Food And Drinks, Restaurant
Located in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Le Barricou is a laid-back French restaurant. Featuring a décor that makes much use of wood, this restaurant has a quaint vibe to it. The walls are decorated with shelves that feature many French antiques. The food served here comes with huge portion sizes and is well worth the money paid for. On the menu, do try Escargot, Le Barricou Salad, and Steak Frites, while the cocktail menu includes Housemade Bloody Mary, Mimosa, and Bellini.
- By rented car/taxi.
- By bus - Grand St/Union Av bus stop (Bus: Q54, Q59)
My favourite brunch place near Bushwick. Excellent food, large portions and the best Bloody Mary I've had just about anywhere. Interior 8s nicely set up and I like it is set up in sections as that helps keep the noise in this busy place in check so you can have a nice conversation over your Eggs Benedict or pancakes.
Arrived early, right when they opened, for a birthday brunch with the fam. Service was excellent, the food good, the Bloody Mary was tasty and had a good amount of vodka. What else do you need? There were quite a few families with little children, but what do you expect at 10am? Those people gotta eat too.
Simply amazing! The best pancakes in the world. We also had eggs Benedict, french onion soup, salads and they were all delicious. Fantastic atmosphere!
As an individual who's experienced many French cafes nothing quite captures the authenticity of the Parisian morning or afternoon then this little gem hidden and unexpected part of Brooklyn. One can practically smell the fresh baked baguettes in the air.
This is a totally overrated place. I went there with my nephew there today. We got seated immediately. The water was served immediately. Then, they forgot about us. After ten minutes, the waiter acknowledged us. He showed up about five minutes later. I joked, asking him if he forgot about us. He actually took an attitude towards my comment. No serious apology given, just an excuse; he had lots of tables to attend. Yet, I saw so many other waiters doing nothing. If you are not going for those fancy pancakes, go to IHOP instead and save your money. Twenty one dollars a head for an average omelette with coffee is not worth it.