Laid back Park Slope eatery serving American fare.
What We Had
*None of the food pictures turned out – a storm was rolling in and cut the available light.
I had the hanger steak w frites and seasonal veg, with a blue cheese moray sauce. The steak itself was good, if just a touch dry & underseasoned without the (very tasty) sauce. Hit the spot though.
The seasonal veg was a dish of garlicky spinach that had a great taste but was too oily.
The fries were decent, but I was in no real danger of devouring the plate.
My DH had the espresso rubbed strip steak with truffle mac & roasted button mushrooms.
His steak was great – juicy, flavorful, everything you would want.
The mac was basically bechamel sauce with truffle oil… we couldn’t taste the cheese much at all.
The mushrooms were great. I’m a sucker for sautéed mushrooms, and these did not disappoint. It is times like this when I am glad he doesn’t like them.
I also had the limoncello cocktail w prosecco and did not like it, but I’m very picky.
Nice – nice large paintings on the wall, soft lighting, and good natural light.
A nice little neighborhood joint if you are craving a steak.
3.5 out of 5 for being a decent steak option. I have to take points off for my steak’s seasoning & the missing cheese, but overall – if it’s a choice between a chain like Outback and this place, this place makes a decent local business option.