If you didn’t catch it on Wednesday, we were happy to see Dean Street included in a great article published by DNAinfo about the best restaurants for solo dining in the city. Titled Top Restaurants for Dining Solo, the section on Dean Street has some nice compliments:
This bar and restaurant is rapidly becoming a go-to hot spot for brunch or after a game at the Barclay’s Center, but Dean Street is also becoming a neighborhood mainstay.
Split into two sections — a front bar and a rear dining area with an exposed kitchen, along with a rotating menu of Cajun-inspired dishes designed by Chef Simon Glenn, Dean Street is a great place to grab lunch or have dinner and a drink while chatting with a friendly bartender. Owner John Longo said he added WiFi to the restaurant to welcome people to use it as a workspace — with great food.
If you’re near Prospect Heights, come in for a visit. The restaurant has a full bar with a large selection of beer, cocktails, and wine. Our menu features deliciously authentic New Orleans flavored dishes from our Executive Chef Simon Glenn. Dean Street Brooklyn also has a daily happy hour from 4 to 8 pm everyday.
Dean Street is also a great spot to come before or after an event at Barclays center. The restaurant is conveniently nearby Barclays, but nicely removed from the immediate crowds, so come by for a snack and drink or a meal before or after the next time you go to Barclays. Bring your ticket stub from the night’s event and you’ll get a free drink!