$10 for $20 Worth of New York–Themed Grill Cuisine for Dinner
Burgers and sandwiches are the big features on this classic grill menu. The Good Old Boys philly ($9.59) comes with roast beef and provolone on a toasted hoagie. Boot Legger burgers ($9.39) feature flame-broiled Angus patties with bacon and cheese. Nicknames grace smaller items, too—such as Nasty Nick's nachos with tri-color chips, salsa, cheese, guacamole, and jalapenos ($6.99), and the Gambler garden salad ($6.79).
Though its building is a relic of the 19th century and its kitchen whips up 21st-century recipes, Brooklyn Grill evokes New York City in the 1940s. Black-and-white photos of classic New York scenes join wood-paneled walls, old-fashioned lampposts, and exposed brick to create a chic urban atmosphere. The menu enhances the New York theme by dropping mob references in its recipe names, such as the Breaded Bullets mushrooms, the Bugsy Seigel buffalo burger, and the Staten Island Sting sandwich with vegetables and a three-cheese blend. Brooklyn Grill's bar complements each meal with a domestic or imported beer, a glass of wine, or one of many house martinis.