We have been going here since we moved to Brooklyn about 8 years ago.. Miss K loves buffalo wings and this place has been consistently her favorite place.. When she is asked where she would like to go for dinner, it's either here or some expensive Sushi Place.. I like that she likes here more..
It's a sports bar or Irish Bar type vibe inside.. There is a long wooden bar in the front, there are booths in the back, along with some video games and scattered tables.. It reminds me of those after work hook up bars in Midtown Manhattan that I am so happy to have long been absent from. But, anyway, she loves it..
So, it's dark, loud and by the time we are finished eating, the room is loud and we normally are privy to a table of drunken girls screaming at the top of their lungs.. Last night, my favorite over heard quote was a guy describing taking a "deuce" in a steamy bathroom.. It's a lot of fun.. But, she is unaware of everything that is happening and is content with eating her wings and her wedge salad.
We found this place after doing a search for Brooklyn's Best Wings or Burger or something.. In my opinion, it has neither.. We have long abandoned ordering the burger.. The wings are just Frank's Red Hot Sauce with butter.. They often even come soggy.. We specifically have to order them crispy or, they come pre-fried and soggy.. Last night we forgot and they were soggy..
The rest of the menu, which is really small reads like a typical bar. Irish Nachos (fries), Regular Nachos, wedge salad, chili, burger, pimento cheese, a fried chicken sandwich and chicken fingers.. That is pretty much it.
We ordered 20 wings, a wedge salad and their chili..
A true Stoner Picnic:
Nothing too exciting.. The chili was watery, the wings were soggy, the wedge salad was just ok.. Miss K was super happy.. It's a relaxed vibe. Would be an ok enough spot to go to with friends to watch a sport or something. But, really, unless your daughter is asking to go here, I would say there is very little reason to go.