Great place to eat in DUMBO, friendly staff great atmosphere and excellent food. Good choice on the menu I would definitely recommend eating here, good value for money.
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We ate here with a party of 11. Service was good and the food was very good. It was noisy, but that is the vibe in the restaurant. I personally had the bolognese as well as a shrimp and pasta dish, both were very good.
Good food but the service was not friendly. We were two families with 4 children. Honestly the kids were nice during all the time. There were drawing. But the waiters were really unfriendly. When we asked to pay, we had a American card and they...More
Stumbled across this place when we were walking to the brooklyn bridge from the park and very glad we did. Cosy place with a lovely chilled out atmosphere, the food was really good and not to pricey with friendly attentive waiting staff. Great place, would...More
Ate a delicious brunch in here! Wonderful laid back atmosphere, delicious food, great mimosas too! Almar was a great little find and a fun place to hang out.
I've enjoyed breakfast, lunch, dinner, and drinks here over the past 5 years and have never been disappointed. Friendly service, great food, and reasonably priced, this spot is my go-to in an ever-escalating Brooklyn neighborhood.
How often do you go out for Italian and have Mel Brooks "Young Frankenstein" playing on the wall! No sound, but an amusing distraction. Went on a Thursday night. Young vibe, but not at all uncomfortable for my 60ish husband and I. Server was friendly,...More
My 15 year old daughter proclaimed the spaghetti with Buffalo mozzarella the best pasta dish she ever had. So I guess the trip we took her on to Italy was a waste. I had a lentil, black rice, beet and smoked trout dish that I...More
Good food. But considering we are "Al Mar" to have 3 main dishes on fish seems a bit poor. Nice space, but too noisy... and the service, well, at least our waiter, not as expected: he had a recommended cocktail, but when we required what...More
Al Mar literally means at the sea in Italian, but here means Al fredo and Mar cello... Alfredo the chef is from Puglia and made me cry a couple of times. i stopped ordering from the menu long ago and let him do whatever he...More