Vinegar Hill House

About

Vinegar Hill House is a relaxed restaurant in a rustic and historical part of the Brooklyn waterfront. Chef Mike Poiarkoff uses sustainably farmed ingredients as well as whole animal fabrication and a wood-fired oven to compose artful and satisfying eats. When the weather’s nice we welcome guests for brunch or dinner in our quiet garden, under a cherry tree.

Reviews

Plenty of great finds on the budget-friendly wine list. [Eater 38 Member]
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If there's a perfect template for the new-age Brooklyn restaurant, this is it.
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One Louis Vuitton Friend of the House recommends the pork chops at this special location. Don’t miss it! Find out who at the LV Amble si... Read More
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On Food Network's The Best Thing I Ever Ate, Frank Bruni recommends the Red Wattle Country Chop at Vinegar Hill House in Brooklyn, NY. Find ... Read More
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The cream cheese-frosted Guinness cakes are rich and so delicious. They follow a dinner of quail eggs and hearty meats nicely. This is comf... Read More
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2-hour wait on a Friday night, but try and find a place at the bar - it's worth it. The beets in avocado and chicken were incredible.
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Go to Vinegar Hill House and be happy that you stayed in Brooklyn. They will be nice to you even if you are the only person in the place not... Read More
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Come before 7:30pm before the crowds start.
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great for Brunch - and dinner
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Large parties should definitely make reservations. Once seated, try the Fennel and Radish Salad followed by the Cast Iron Chicken!
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