Five Front

★★★★☆
  • 5 Front St

    Brooklyn, NY 11201

    Cross street: Old Fulton Street

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  • 718-625-5559

About Five Front

Hours
Tue-Thu 5:30pm-11pm Fri 5:30pm-12am Sat 11am-12am Sun 11am-11pm

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My family was in from Texas and wanted to walk across the bridge. We were going for lunch someplace else but it was closing so they recommended Five Front. What a great surprise!! We sat in the garden and could not have had a nicer lunch. My nieces both had the kids burgers and they loved them. We also had the salmon sandwich and it was delicious too. I would love to try dinner at night, in fact, I may walk across the bridge again this week just to come back. The service was great, very friendly atmosphere, and very cute inside too.

2
★★★★★

My family was in from Texas and wanted to walk across the bridge. We were going for lunch someplace else but it was closing so they recommended Five Front. What a great surprise!! We sat in the garden and could not have had a nicer lunch. My nieces both had the kids burgers and they loved them. We also had the salmon sandwich and it was delicious too. I would love to try dinner at night, in fact, I may walk across the bridge again this week just to come back. The service was great, very friendly atmosphere, and very cute inside too.

Pros: Garden, Food, Service, Atmosphere

Cons: Have to walk across the bridge to get there!

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Food is delicious and fresh. The chef is in touch with the seasons of the year and what food his diners will crave during those seasons, as each seasonal menu fills you with the "tastes" of that season. Savory lamb stew; light, flaky fish; and beautifully roasted chicken breast are a few highlights of the frequently changing menu. The menu-staple burger and fries are incredible.

I've been hesitant to publicize this fact (b/c I don't want to give up my coveted seat at the bar), but dining at the bar at 5 Front is phenomenal. Comfy seats, loads of attention from the bartender and an impressive wine list make this bar tough to beat. Bartenders will either engage you in conversation or let you eat in peace, depending on your mood. Either way, you are always made to feel like an appreciated local.

Plus, the big, spacious garden with lots of trees and landscaping is spectacular. It is a relaxing place to unwind after a long, stressful day.

2
★★★★★

Food is delicious and fresh. The chef is in touch with the seasons of the year and what food his diners will crave during those seasons, as each seasonal menu fills you with the "tastes" of that season. Savory lamb stew; light, flaky fish; and beautifully roasted chicken breast are a few highlights of the frequently changing menu. The menu-staple burger and fries are incredible.

I've been hesitant to publicize this fact (b/c I don't want to give up my coveted seat at the bar), but dining at the bar at 5 Front is phenomenal. Comfy seats, loads of attention from the bartender and an impressive wine list make this bar tough to beat. Bartenders will either engage you in conversation or let you eat in peace, depending on your mood. Either way, you are always made to feel like an appreciated local.

Plus, the big, spacious garden with lots of trees and landscaping is spectacular. It is a relaxing place to unwind after a long, stressful day.

Pros: Fantastic food, great vibe/atmosphere, terrific bar &garden.

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Went with a party of six out to an early Saturday evening dinner. We were seated immediately outside in their really nice and open outdoor garden. Entrees ordered included the Duck, Steak, Salmon, Muscles, and a few others...but basically everybody seemed very pleased with what they chose for appetizers, main course, and desserts. On a perfect summer evening you couldn't ask for a better place to hang out for a few hours with friends.

2
★★★★☆

Went with a party of six out to an early Saturday evening dinner. We were seated immediately outside in their really nice and open outdoor garden. Entrees ordered included the Duck, Steak, Salmon, Muscles, and a few others...but basically everybody seemed very pleased with what they chose for appetizers, main course, and desserts. On a perfect summer evening you couldn't ask for a better place to hang out for a few hours with friends.

Pros: Outdoor Garden, Overall quality of perpared menu items.

Cons: Not cheap...but what is these days?

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Went to 5 Front last night for the first time and dined in the park-like setting outside. Had fine food - calamari salad and a scallop entree all cooked perfectly , endive salad with pecans and grapes, all super fresh and lightly dressed so it remained crispy, and a hearty crab cake that was ALL crab, with just enough "stuff" to keep it together. The chef has a light and deft hand--nothing oversauced or underseasoned . We will go back for sure, and look forward to dining indoors during colder weather, as the space was appealing--very low key and intimate. Wish the outdoor chairs were higher and more comfortable, but that is easy to fix. Hope they share their crab cake recipe!

2
★★★★☆

Went to 5 Front last night for the first time and dined in the park-like setting outside. Had fine food - calamari salad and a scallop entree all cooked perfectly , endive salad with pecans and grapes, all super fresh and lightly dressed so it remained crispy, and a hearty crab cake that was ALL crab, with just enough "stuff" to keep it together. The chef has a light and deft hand--nothing oversauced or underseasoned . We will go back for sure, and look forward to dining indoors during colder weather, as the space was appealing--very low key and intimate. Wish the outdoor chairs were higher and more comfortable, but that is easy to fix. Hope they share their crab cake recipe!

Pros: wonderful food, service on the mark

Cons: outdoor chairs too low for table height

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Met a friend for dinner after a long day- was seated immediately at a table outside which was beautiful, and quite a pleasant surprise for Brooklyn. There was live music which was good and not too loud- the area is cozy and lush with foliage. Service was outstanding and staff very knowledgable. I ordered a burger which I rarely do and was not disappointed. Great flavor and accompanied by outstanding shoestring fries.
Early dinner on Friday night does not disappoint. It is a quick walk to the river after dinner with spectacular view of Manhattan.

2
★★★★★

Met a friend for dinner after a long day- was seated immediately at a table outside which was beautiful, and quite a pleasant surprise for Brooklyn. There was live music which was good and not too loud- the area is cozy and lush with foliage. Service was outstanding and staff very knowledgable. I ordered a burger which I rarely do and was not disappointed. Great flavor and accompanied by outstanding shoestring fries.
Early dinner on Friday night does not disappoint. It is a quick walk to the river after dinner with spectacular view of Manhattan.

Pros: Food, Spirits, Ambience

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Dont miss out, this place is great. If you are going out and are looking for the right place to go and have a nice evening under the stars, this is it. The service is impecable, the chef's menu is always fantastic, and the owner's are really special and down to earth. Here, anything is possible. Keep up the good work.

2
★★★★★

Dont miss out, this place is great. If you are going out and are looking for the right place to go and have a nice evening under the stars, this is it. The service is impecable, the chef's menu is always fantastic, and the owner's are really special and down to earth. Here, anything is possible. Keep up the good work.

Pros: Food, service, atmosphere

Cons: none

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I live in South Florida, where garden and outdoor dining is in abundance, so I was beyond impressed to find this lovely little urban oasis in Brooklyn. . The menu is impressive, from delectable salads all the way to the mind-blowing desserts and extensive wine menu. I've had lunch and dinner at Five Front on two separate trips and they are consistent. The specials are phenomenal, the staples equally delectable and the service is impeccable. No matter what your food preferances, there are more than ample choices on their menu to please to please every palate. The last time my friends and I were there, we went crazy trying numerous appetizers, our main course, several different desserts and I don't know how much wine. We ate like we were going to the chair. This is a lovely garden dining experience I highly recommend.

2
★★★★★

I live in South Florida, where garden and outdoor dining is in abundance, so I was beyond impressed to find this lovely little urban oasis in Brooklyn. . The menu is impressive, from delectable salads all the way to the mind-blowing desserts and extensive wine menu. I've had lunch and dinner at Five Front on two separate trips and they are consistent. The specials are phenomenal, the staples equally delectable and the service is impeccable. No matter what your food preferances, there are more than ample choices on their menu to please to please every palate. The last time my friends and I were there, we went crazy trying numerous appetizers, our main course, several different desserts and I don't know how much wine. We ate like we were going to the chair. This is a lovely garden dining experience I highly recommend.

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i've tried almost everthing here, their crab cakes and their burgers are my comfort food ; nice atmosphere (the outdoor space is wonderful at night) & attentive waitstaff. love the location- looks great for parties, too

2
★★★★★

i've tried almost everthing here, their crab cakes and their burgers are my comfort food ; nice atmosphere (the outdoor space is wonderful at night) & attentive waitstaff. love the location- looks great for parties, too

Pros: table outside was great, family friendly

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I just tried this place for the first time last time night and I really loved it. I ate outside in the garden, which was both a cozy and relaxing atmosphere. I ordered the zuchinni flowers and the pei mussels in a curry sauce. The curry sauce was recommended by my waitress and I don't usually like curry but I could not get enough of it. I would definately order it again and recommend it to anyone . For my entree I had short ribs with cous cous, which was very tender and a nice large serving. My friend had the oven- roasted Lake Victorian perch, which was refreshing and light. We also had the drink special, pomegranate martini, which was a great summer drink to enjoy outside. In addition, the service was great. I would highly recommend it to anyone and I will definately be returning to try the weekend brunch.

2
★★★★★

I just tried this place for the first time last time night and I really loved it. I ate outside in the garden, which was both a cozy and relaxing atmosphere. I ordered the zuchinni flowers and the pei mussels in a curry sauce. The curry sauce was recommended by my waitress and I don't usually like curry but I could not get enough of it. I would definately order it again and recommend it to anyone . For my entree I had short ribs with cous cous, which was very tender and a nice large serving. My friend had the oven- roasted Lake Victorian perch, which was refreshing and light. We also had the drink special, pomegranate martini, which was a great summer drink to enjoy outside. In addition, the service was great. I would highly recommend it to anyone and I will definately be returning to try the weekend brunch.

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After reading all of the the reviews here and elsewhere, we were excited to finally try Five Front, but the experience went progressively down hill from the start. Dinner for 4 started with a late comer basket of 6 pieces of thinly sliced bread, which was removed from the table without our consent prior to entrees being served. Pulled pork shoulder in guajillo (server could not explain what this was at the time of order) not only lacked any kind of interesting flavor, but taste overall. Zucchini blooms stuffed with Manchego were tasty. Genovese style pistachio-basel pesto was flavorless (not sure how that is possible with pistachio and basel as main ingredients). Short ribs, while tasty, were literally submerged in a bowl of sauce and the meat was very fatty, but the accompanying couscous was good. Striped bass was good, but nothing to write home about. Main waitress was subpar and appreared very stressed, though we were at the first service of the evening and the place was half full. We had to refill our wine glasses several times as she was not on top of the table service. The restaurant's atmosphere was very nice but the $230 bill (dinner for 4 with average bottle of wine, without dessert and coffee) did not reflect the experience, service or food. For those prices, one should expect more from the kitchen and the servers. With all that said, we are still interested in giving their brunch a try as this menu and the brunch reviews are what initially piqued our interest. Maybe they'll be better at brunch than they are at dinner. To be continued.....

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★★★☆☆

After reading all of the the reviews here and elsewhere, we were excited to finally try Five Front, but the experience went progressively down hill from the start. Dinner for 4 started with a late comer basket of 6 pieces of thinly sliced bread, which was removed from the table without our consent prior to entrees being served. Pulled pork shoulder in guajillo (server could not explain what this was at the time of order) not only lacked any kind of interesting flavor, but taste overall. Zucchini blooms stuffed with Manchego were tasty. Genovese style pistachio-basel pesto was flavorless (not sure how that is possible with pistachio and basel as main ingredients). Short ribs, while tasty, were literally submerged in a bowl of sauce and the meat was very fatty, but the accompanying couscous was good. Striped bass was good, but nothing to write home about. Main waitress was subpar and appreared very stressed, though we were at the first service of the evening and the place was half full. We had to refill our wine glasses several times as she was not on top of the table service. The restaurant's atmosphere was very nice but the $230 bill (dinner for 4 with average bottle of wine, without dessert and coffee) did not reflect the experience, service or food. For those prices, one should expect more from the kitchen and the servers. With all that said, we are still interested in giving their brunch a try as this menu and the brunch reviews are what initially piqued our interest. Maybe they'll be better at brunch than they are at dinner. To be continued.....

Pros: atmosphere

Cons: service, average food

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Went last night to Five Front with a couple of friends. We recieved amazing service to start, and the food made our night even better. Highly recommend the outside patio, but even the interior bar is a great place to grab a drink and some apps. Food is outstanding!!!!!

2
★★★★★

Went last night to Five Front with a couple of friends. We recieved amazing service to start, and the food made our night even better. Highly recommend the outside patio, but even the interior bar is a great place to grab a drink and some apps. Food is outstanding!!!!!

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Five Front is a great little neighborhood restaurant. The food is excellent with weekly specials, the service is excellent. The outdoor patio is surprisingly quiet given its location under the Brooklyn Bridge.

2
★★★★★

Five Front is a great little neighborhood restaurant. The food is excellent with weekly specials, the service is excellent. The outdoor patio is surprisingly quiet given its location under the Brooklyn Bridge.

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The worst part was the chicken. I know I shouldn't order chicken at a "nice restaurant", but garlic mashed potatoes and carmelized carrots made it impossible for me to refuse. The chicken was overcooked, chewy, and I had to pull grizzle out of my mouth twice. The carmelized carrots tasted like my refrigerator(which i have not cleaned in a long time) and the mashed potatoes were delicious (but so are mine) The crab cake appetizer was alright, but it did not come with the chipotle aioli as promised. My boyfriend liked his fish. It was good; he's right. But it was not great and a few bites of it did not compensate for the su ck sandwich that was my meal. Overall, we spent way too much money for a below average meal. The one positive was that the service was good. I'm bitter.

1
★★★☆☆

The worst part was the chicken. I know I shouldn't order chicken at a "nice restaurant", but garlic mashed potatoes and carmelized carrots made it impossible for me to refuse. The chicken was overcooked, chewy, and I had to pull grizzle out of my mouth twice. The carmelized carrots tasted like my refrigerator(which i have not cleaned in a long time) and the mashed potatoes were delicious (but so are mine) The crab cake appetizer was alright, but it did not come with the chipotle aioli as promised. My boyfriend liked his fish. It was good; he's right. But it was not great and a few bites of it did not compensate for the su ck sandwich that was my meal. Overall, we spent way too much money for a below average meal. The one positive was that the service was good. I'm bitter.

Pros: good service

Cons: the food

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I definitely disagree that the food is unremarkable... I have been there several times for brunch and dinner and I am blown away everytime. The crabcake with cilantro aioli and guacamole is to die for! Another favorite is the hangar steak with the potato au-gratin is excellent. So don't believe everything you here and p.s. Brooklyn is great too!

2
★★★★★

I definitely disagree that the food is unremarkable... I have been there several times for brunch and dinner and I am blown away everytime. The crabcake with cilantro aioli and guacamole is to die for! Another favorite is the hangar steak with the potato au-gratin is excellent. So don't believe everything you here and p.s. Brooklyn is great too!

Pros: Amazing and consistent Food!

Cons: None at all!

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The time it takes to travel from Washington Heights to Brooklyn for brunch creates a hunger that makes just about anything taste good. That's my experience with Five Front - I wolf down everything on my plate and nod along with my friends when the coo about thier food but later cannot recall what I had. It's fun to be at a place that my friends like but I wouldn't go here for brunch without them.

1
★★★☆☆

The time it takes to travel from Washington Heights to Brooklyn for brunch creates a hunger that makes just about anything taste good. That's my experience with Five Front - I wolf down everything on my plate and nod along with my friends when the coo about thier food but later cannot recall what I had. It's fun to be at a place that my friends like but I wouldn't go here for brunch without them.

Pros: if you like it you love it, not many other options in DUMBO

Cons: unremarkable food

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Five Front's menu, decor & service are above reproach - and one, if not the best, dining experience me and my guests have had in a while.
The hostess made us feel as if she'd known us for years, and the bartender was attentive and friendly as well.
Seating in the garden is a treat and complimented our meal quite nicely. Our server was energetic and on top of our every need - and had our orders brought to our table in a timely manner . I recommend the Curry Mussels, the Short Rib Ravioli and Panacotta for dessert - Five Fronts Crab Cakes are also a MUST ! On the particular evening that we were there, the owner of Five Front was in the Garden area - and politely and sincerely introduced himself and inquired as to how we were enjoying our dinner.
Since being to Five Front I've recommended to many people that they shoud stop in - and the ones I've spoken with agree with me as to why I love this place so much.

2
★★★★★

Five Front's menu, decor & service are above reproach - and one, if not the best, dining experience me and my guests have had in a while.
The hostess made us feel as if she'd known us for years, and the bartender was attentive and friendly as well.
Seating in the garden is a treat and complimented our meal quite nicely. Our server was energetic and on top of our every need - and had our orders brought to our table in a timely manner . I recommend the Curry Mussels, the Short Rib Ravioli and Panacotta for dessert - Five Fronts Crab Cakes are also a MUST ! On the particular evening that we were there, the owner of Five Front was in the Garden area - and politely and sincerely introduced himself and inquired as to how we were enjoying our dinner.
Since being to Five Front I've recommended to many people that they shoud stop in - and the ones I've spoken with agree with me as to why I love this place so much.

Pros: Food, Menu, Decor

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The menu is enticing and ambitious. The location and space are beautiful-- especially the back garden. the service (apart from the attentive and careful bar service) is miserable. We were seated in the back garden in anticipation of a fantastic dinner, after perusing the menu while we waited for a table. A half hour after ordering, a waitress (not ours) came to our table and told us that "there had been a computer malfunction" and she needed to take our order again. It happens, of course, but is usually compensated by complimentary appetizers or drinks OR an apology-- at the minimum. Nothing. An hour after we RE-placed our order, we were served our appetizers: an heirloom tomato salad with ricotta ($10), which consisted of the fibrous top of an heirloom tomato with ricotta lumped on top, and a barely existant olive oil and basil drizzle. My husband had the short-rib ravioli, which was good.

Another 1/2 hour later, we were served our main courses-- watching all other tables get served around us, that had been seated after we had arrived-- by which time we were so annoyed we had no appetite. My husband had asked that his salmon be served medium-rare: it was well-done and dry. My main course (which was another appetizer-- salmon tartar-- was served with guacamole and nothing to eat it with...a cracker or chips would have been nice. It was piled with a messy lump of cilantro which served no purpose.

We never got an apology for the dismal service. Our server avoided us at every opportunity, and was surly and non-responsive. For such an expensive meal, I was very disappointed on every level. I do not recommend this place. For a fantastic meal in this area, go to Henry's End--just up the street-- for gracious service and a fine dining experience.

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★☆☆☆☆

The menu is enticing and ambitious. The location and space are beautiful-- especially the back garden. the service (apart from the attentive and careful bar service) is miserable. We were seated in the back garden in anticipation of a fantastic dinner, after perusing the menu while we waited for a table. A half hour after ordering, a waitress (not ours) came to our table and told us that "there had been a computer malfunction" and she needed to take our order again. It happens, of course, but is usually compensated by complimentary appetizers or drinks OR an apology-- at the minimum. Nothing. An hour after we RE-placed our order, we were served our appetizers: an heirloom tomato salad with ricotta ($10), which consisted of the fibrous top of an heirloom tomato with ricotta lumped on top, and a barely existant olive oil and basil drizzle. My husband had the short-rib ravioli, which was good.

Another 1/2 hour later, we were served our main courses-- watching all other tables get served around us, that had been seated after we had arrived-- by which time we were so annoyed we had no appetite. My husband had asked that his salmon be served medium-rare: it was well-done and dry. My main course (which was another appetizer-- salmon tartar-- was served with guacamole and nothing to eat it with...a cracker or chips would have been nice. It was piled with a messy lump of cilantro which served no purpose.

We never got an apology for the dismal service. Our server avoided us at every opportunity, and was surly and non-responsive. For such an expensive meal, I was very disappointed on every level. I do not recommend this place. For a fantastic meal in this area, go to Henry's End--just up the street-- for gracious service and a fine dining experience.

Pros: beautiful back garden

Cons: bad service, bad food.

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This is one of my favorite places. The eggs benedict with crab cakes instead of the bread is the best. Great burgers, great entrees. Nice Staff, the garden is beautiful. We go back every few weeks and take people who are in form out of town. We have never been disappointed.

2
★★★★☆

This is one of my favorite places. The eggs benedict with crab cakes instead of the bread is the best. Great burgers, great entrees. Nice Staff, the garden is beautiful. We go back every few weeks and take people who are in form out of town. We have never been disappointed.

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Lovely, patio garden for brunch. Food was great-prices, also. They have chocolate bread that was delicious and unique.
Nice-looking, contemporary restaurant with lots of seating. Attention to details, like fresh flowers and newspapers at the bar for individuals. Re-filled water and coffee
without asking.

2
★★★★★

Lovely, patio garden for brunch. Food was great-prices, also. They have chocolate bread that was delicious and unique.
Nice-looking, contemporary restaurant with lots of seating. Attention to details, like fresh flowers and newspapers at the bar for individuals. Re-filled water and coffee
without asking.

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Last Sunday, my family (12 of us) had a small dinner party at FIVE FRONT and it was just simply wonderful. They could not be more accommodating from setting up the menu prior to us coming (which Patty, the owner had pre-printed) to serving us an impeccable meal. Everyone flipped over the crab cakes and striped bass. Everything was cooked to perfection. The desserts were to 'die for '!! The wait staff was always there and even with a group our size they were one step ahead of our every need. We left FIVE FRONT very full and with smiles on our faces!! We all agreed that we will come back!

2
★★★★★

Last Sunday, my family (12 of us) had a small dinner party at FIVE FRONT and it was just simply wonderful. They could not be more accommodating from setting up the menu prior to us coming (which Patty, the owner had pre-printed) to serving us an impeccable meal. Everyone flipped over the crab cakes and striped bass. Everything was cooked to perfection. The desserts were to 'die for '!! The wait staff was always there and even with a group our size they were one step ahead of our every need. We left FIVE FRONT very full and with smiles on our faces!! We all agreed that we will come back!

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There was no room in the garden (at 2:00 PM), but my date and I had a lovely view of the bridge from the back room. Brunch includes bread, coffee or tea, and the entree for $12. The cinnamon bread was yummy. I had the eggs benedict with salmon which was okay, and my date had eggs in a puff pastry which was delicious. Both came with flavorful home fries. The service was spotty--I didn't get my coffee until nearly the end of the meal and same deal with refilling my water glass. However, the space was cozy and looks like it would be very romantic for dinner.

2
★★★★☆

There was no room in the garden (at 2:00 PM), but my date and I had a lovely view of the bridge from the back room. Brunch includes bread, coffee or tea, and the entree for $12. The cinnamon bread was yummy. I had the eggs benedict with salmon which was okay, and my date had eggs in a puff pastry which was delicious. Both came with flavorful home fries. The service was spotty--I didn't get my coffee until nearly the end of the meal and same deal with refilling my water glass. However, the space was cozy and looks like it would be very romantic for dinner.

Pros: food, ambience

Cons: service

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This place is perfect, great food, wonderful staff, amazing view and location, perfect after a walk over the brooklyn bridge. Beats the river cafe hands down. The food is plentiful, original and out of this world! I'm a huge fan of mussels and these are by far the best Ive tried. Crab cake- Oh my god! The wine selection, by both glass and bottle are exceptional. This place is welcoming to those who want a romantic night out or to those who want to bring the whole family. No matter what borough you're in, this place is a MUST, MUST, MUST!!!!

2
★★★★★

This place is perfect, great food, wonderful staff, amazing view and location, perfect after a walk over the brooklyn bridge. Beats the river cafe hands down. The food is plentiful, original and out of this world! I'm a huge fan of mussels and these are by far the best Ive tried. Crab cake- Oh my god! The wine selection, by both glass and bottle are exceptional. This place is welcoming to those who want a romantic night out or to those who want to bring the whole family. No matter what borough you're in, this place is a MUST, MUST, MUST!!!!

Pros: reasonably priced, validated parking

Cons: closed on tuesdays

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Unless you sit in the backyard the views are horrible (you can see the on ramp to the brooklyn queens expressway all night). The food is small in portions, and the servers were horrible. You're really treated as if you are being rushed out, and the food was really nothing to die for. Plenty of other nice places in dumbo, i would skip out on this one.

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★★☆☆☆

Unless you sit in the backyard the views are horrible (you can see the on ramp to the brooklyn queens expressway all night). The food is small in portions, and the servers were horrible. You're really treated as if you are being rushed out, and the food was really nothing to die for. Plenty of other nice places in dumbo, i would skip out on this one.

Pros: The Backyard

Cons: Service, Views, Quality

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This small eatery on Front Street has a secret and beautiful little garden in the back. The garden is heated by gas lamps if there is a chill in the evening and the food is sublime. The food came perfectly done. With lots of yummy veal demi-glace and the dessert sundae was very nice. the pots de creme dessert was also very pleasant. Out appetizer of short rib dumplings was incredibly delicious. Our waitress (Christine) was great also.

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★★★★★

This small eatery on Front Street has a secret and beautiful little garden in the back. The garden is heated by gas lamps if there is a chill in the evening and the food is sublime. The food came perfectly done. With lots of yummy veal demi-glace and the dessert sundae was very nice. the pots de creme dessert was also very pleasant. Out appetizer of short rib dumplings was incredibly delicious. Our waitress (Christine) was great also.

Pros: romantic, excellent food, good service

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Excellent. Pleasant atmosphere. Service was a tad spotty, but the food was VERY good and the noise never detracted from the dining experience. There is a large outside dining area. Wonderful, now that the weather had finally turned. And please, try the short rib dumplings!

2
★★★★★

Excellent. Pleasant atmosphere. Service was a tad spotty, but the food was VERY good and the noise never detracted from the dining experience. There is a large outside dining area. Wonderful, now that the weather had finally turned. And please, try the short rib dumplings!

Pros: ambience, outside space, excellent food

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Just like the intro song of the TV show "Cheers," Five Front is a place where they know your name. I have been there many times as a neighborhood resident and have had many outstanding meals. I cannot wait to vicit the remodeled outdoor garden once the weather gets warmer. I love the salmon sandwich. It has become a diet staple for me!

2
★★★★★

Just like the intro song of the TV show "Cheers," Five Front is a place where they know your name. I have been there many times as a neighborhood resident and have had many outstanding meals. I cannot wait to vicit the remodeled outdoor garden once the weather gets warmer. I love the salmon sandwich. It has become a diet staple for me!

Pros: Inexpensive, Good Parking, Friendly Staff

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Brooklyn Heights/DUMBO needs more restaurants like Five Front. I've been there twice--the first time my companion and I were shocked by how good the good was. I had the best crab bisque of my life, and a pork tenderloin stuffed with sausage and stuffing topped with salsa and capers that was delicious. The mushroom ravioli is also first rate. Deserts are fabulous. On the second visit was a slight let down. The sea bass was dull, and my companion, a vegetarian, was forced to have the mushroom ravioli again. Suggestions to owners: more choices for vegetarians and improve your wines by the glass. Otherwise, it's one of Brooklyn's best.

2
★★★★☆

Brooklyn Heights/DUMBO needs more restaurants like Five Front. I've been there twice--the first time my companion and I were shocked by how good the good was. I had the best crab bisque of my life, and a pork tenderloin stuffed with sausage and stuffing topped with salsa and capers that was delicious. The mushroom ravioli is also first rate. Deserts are fabulous. On the second visit was a slight let down. The sea bass was dull, and my companion, a vegetarian, was forced to have the mushroom ravioli again. Suggestions to owners: more choices for vegetarians and improve your wines by the glass. Otherwise, it's one of Brooklyn's best.

Pros: great food, good service, nice vibe

Cons: wine selection, lack of vegetarian

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Had an impromptu dinner here, after an unpleasant experience at Alias in Manhattan. Five Front displayed the true spririt of what dining in NYC should be. Greta, the bartender was extremely helpful with our wine choice and the manager was as pleasant. The food was exceptional. Will definitely tell our friends about this gem in DUMBO.

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Had an impromptu dinner here, after an unpleasant experience at Alias in Manhattan. Five Front displayed the true spririt of what dining in NYC should be. Greta, the bartender was extremely helpful with our wine choice and the manager was as pleasant. The food was exceptional. Will definitely tell our friends about this gem in DUMBO.

Pros: Food, Service, Parking

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Offer New American cuisine in a waterfront setting with contemporary decor. Specialize in private parties for 20 to 100 people.

 

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