Visions Restaurant & Bar

★★★★☆
Brooklyn's best kept secret.

About Visions Restaurant & Bar

Hours
Mon. - Sun. 4pm - 4am

Food

Food
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WHAT A GREAT PLACE TO EAT! THEY SERVED ITALIAN & AMERICAN CUISINE. THE PLACE/FOOD IS SUPERB CLEAN AND ATMOSPHERE ...VERY COZY! GREAT FOR DATE, FAMILY, SMALL PARTY, AND ANY OCCASIONS(CATERING)!! THE STAFF ARE FRIENDLY AND CLIENT ORIENTED. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS PLACE. YOU'LL SURELY LOVE IT!!!

2
★★★★★

WHAT A GREAT PLACE TO EAT! THEY SERVED ITALIAN & AMERICAN CUISINE. THE PLACE/FOOD IS SUPERB CLEAN AND ATMOSPHERE ...VERY COZY! GREAT FOR DATE, FAMILY, SMALL PARTY, AND ANY OCCASIONS(CATERING)!! THE STAFF ARE FRIENDLY AND CLIENT ORIENTED. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS PLACE. YOU'LL SURELY LOVE IT!!!

Pros: GREAT FOOD & BAR; COZY AMBIANCE

Cons: NONE

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Some friends and I stopped by randomly for brunch and I was quite impressed! I liked the open air feel with the windows being open. Great food, service, and can we say price?! The prices are great! I definitely recommend this for any foodie out there for a new place to try out.

2
★★★★★

Some friends and I stopped by randomly for brunch and I was quite impressed! I liked the open air feel with the windows being open. Great food, service, and can we say price?! The prices are great! I definitely recommend this for any foodie out there for a new place to try out.

Pros: Everything.

Cons: None.

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Alerted to a Friends and Family night at Visions, 752 Coney Island Avenue on Friday night and were pleasantly surprised. I remember 752 a dark and dirty bar you tried not to remember, because you went into it inorder to forget. But today?s Visions is a bright and sometimes loud caf that?s is full of laughter and good times. The dcor while unimpressive is nevertheless pleasant and even inviting.

The owner, Marack, is attentive and eager to please. And the service although not professional was very good. For example, someone dropped a fork and without being told our waiter was there promptly with fork in hand. We started with a Romaine salad, fresh, large and nicely topped with grated Parmesan cheese. For an appetizer we had the Mozzarella in Corozza, a grilled white bread sandwich of Mozzarella, topped with a cream of tomato sauce, o.k., but a zestier sauce might have helped. A rather plebian, but fresh lightly breaded fillet of sole was made a little special by a sweet glaze and a nice mesclun avocado salad. The star of the night was the fettuccini scampi with a wonderful strong but not overpowering sauce of garlic, wild mushrooms and olive oil, worth the trip. A nice Crme Brule finished the dinner nicely. Cost $ 60 with a beer and tip (there was an approximately $ 10 discount). The only downer, Marack needs a better selection of beers, there is no draft beer and Brooklyn Beer does not do it for me.

The menu at Visions is limited, one chicken, one pork dish, one steak, and a few fish dishes along with the usual wraps and burgers. As they say---The cook doesn?t do much, but what he does do, he does very well. Come hungry as the portions are large and expect to meet friends.

As we walked home, across Cortelyou we noticed is that we now had was a real choice of restaurants and places to go--- Indeed a good Vision of Cortelyou.
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1
★★★☆☆

Alerted to a Friends and Family night at Visions, 752 Coney Island Avenue on Friday night and were pleasantly surprised. I remember 752 a dark and dirty bar you tried not to remember, because you went into it inorder to forget. But today?s Visions is a bright and sometimes loud caf that?s is full of laughter and good times. The dcor while unimpressive is nevertheless pleasant and even inviting.

The owner, Marack, is attentive and eager to please. And the service although not professional was very good. For example, someone dropped a fork and without being told our waiter was there promptly with fork in hand. We started with a Romaine salad, fresh, large and nicely topped with grated Parmesan cheese. For an appetizer we had the Mozzarella in Corozza, a grilled white bread sandwich of Mozzarella, topped with a cream of tomato sauce, o.k., but a zestier sauce might have helped. A rather plebian, but fresh lightly breaded fillet of sole was made a little special by a sweet glaze and a nice mesclun avocado salad. The star of the night was the fettuccini scampi with a wonderful strong but not overpowering sauce of garlic, wild mushrooms and olive oil, worth the trip. A nice Crme Brule finished the dinner nicely. Cost $ 60 with a beer and tip (there was an approximately $ 10 discount). The only downer, Marack needs a better selection of beers, there is no draft beer and Brooklyn Beer does not do it for me.

The menu at Visions is limited, one chicken, one pork dish, one steak, and a few fish dishes along with the usual wraps and burgers. As they say---The cook doesn?t do much, but what he does do, he does very well. Come hungry as the portions are large and expect to meet friends.

As we walked home, across Cortelyou we noticed is that we now had was a real choice of restaurants and places to go--- Indeed a good Vision of Cortelyou.
see ditmas estates

Pros: Good Food & Service

Cons: coney island avenue

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Alerted to a Friends and Family night at Visions, 752 Coney Island Avenue on Friday night and were pleasantly surprised. I remember 752 a dark and dirty bar you tried not to remember, because you went into it inorder to forget. But today??s Visions is a bright and sometimes loud caf that??s is full of laughter and good times. The dcor while unimpressive is nevertheless pleasant and even inviting.

The owner, Marack, is attentive and eager to please. And the service although not professional was very good. For example, someone dropped a fork and without being told our waiter was there promptly with fork in hand. We started with a Romaine salad, fresh, large and nicely topped with grated Parmesan cheese. For an appetizer we had the Mozzarella in Corozza, a grilled white bread sandwich of Mozzarella, topped with a cream of tomato sauce, o.k., but a zestier sauce might have helped. A rather plebian, but fresh lightly breaded fillet of sole was made a little special by a sweet glaze and a nice mesclun avocado salad. The star of the night was the fettuccini scampi with a wonderful strong but not overpowering sauce of garlic, wild mushrooms and olive oil, worth the trip. A nice Crme Brule finished the dinner nicely. Cost $ 60 with a beer and tip (there was an approximately $ 10 discount). The only downer, Marack needs a better selection of beers, there is no draft beer and Brooklyn Beer does not do it for me.

The menu at Visions is limited, one chicken, one pork dish, one steak, and a few fish dishes along with the usual wraps and burgers. As they say---The cook doesn??t do much, but what he does do, he does very well. Come hungry as the portions are large and expect to meet friends.

As we walked home, across Cortelyou we noticed is that we now had was a real choice of restaurants and places to go--- Indeed a good Vision of Cortelyou.
for more see www.ditmasetates.com

4
★★★★☆

Alerted to a Friends and Family night at Visions, 752 Coney Island Avenue on Friday night and were pleasantly surprised. I remember 752 a dark and dirty bar you tried not to remember, because you went into it inorder to forget. But today??s Visions is a bright and sometimes loud caf that??s is full of laughter and good times. The dcor while unimpressive is nevertheless pleasant and even inviting.

The owner, Marack, is attentive and eager to please. And the service although not professional was very good. For example, someone dropped a fork and without being told our waiter was there promptly with fork in hand. We started with a Romaine salad, fresh, large and nicely topped with grated Parmesan cheese. For an appetizer we had the Mozzarella in Corozza, a grilled white bread sandwich of Mozzarella, topped with a cream of tomato sauce, o.k., but a zestier sauce might have helped. A rather plebian, but fresh lightly breaded fillet of sole was made a little special by a sweet glaze and a nice mesclun avocado salad. The star of the night was the fettuccini scampi with a wonderful strong but not overpowering sauce of garlic, wild mushrooms and olive oil, worth the trip. A nice Crme Brule finished the dinner nicely. Cost $ 60 with a beer and tip (there was an approximately $ 10 discount). The only downer, Marack needs a better selection of beers, there is no draft beer and Brooklyn Beer does not do it for me.

The menu at Visions is limited, one chicken, one pork dish, one steak, and a few fish dishes along with the usual wraps and burgers. As they say---The cook doesn??t do much, but what he does do, he does very well. Come hungry as the portions are large and expect to meet friends.

As we walked home, across Cortelyou we noticed is that we now had was a real choice of restaurants and places to go--- Indeed a good Vision of Cortelyou.
for more see www.ditmasetates.com

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