Jolie

★★★★☆
Atlantic Avenue bistro with standard French fare and lots of heart.
  • 320 Atlantic Ave

    Brooklyn, NY 11217

    Cross street: Between Smith Street and Hoyt Street

    Map & Directions
  • 718-488-0777

About Jolie

Hours
Tue-Wed 12pm-3pm; 5:30pm-10:30pm Thu-Fri 12pm-3pm; 5:30pm-11pm Sat-Sun 11pm-4pm; 5:30pm-11pm
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too bad, I liked it when I went there years ago.

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★★★★★

too bad, I liked it when I went there years ago.

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I was attracted to the ambiance of this quaint French restaurant. Made a mental note to come in and try the cusine. I finally had the opportunity the evening of the Atlantic Antic Festival 2010. As I entered the restaurant, I was approached by a human pitbull inquiring if I was a customer there. I said "I am going to the bathroom first, then I will have dinner." I do not know about the rest of you, but my Mom taught me to wash my hands first before I sit down and eat. The human pitbull stated that I had to go to the diner across the street to use the bathroom. WTF! I tried to pass by the blockade of the human pitbull and he assaulted me. The owner shouted that he does not have to serve me and to leave the restaurant. I felt like I was back in the late 50's in a department store diner. Another employee, with a calm demeanor, escorted me out of the restaurant. He tried to make excuses for the owner by stating that the owner had gotten a few NYC Department of Health violations and was stressed. Maybe it's a good thing that I got thrown out. It may have saved me a trip to the hospital. Diners beware!

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★☆☆☆☆

I was attracted to the ambiance of this quaint French restaurant. Made a mental note to come in and try the cusine. I finally had the opportunity the evening of the Atlantic Antic Festival 2010. As I entered the restaurant, I was approached by a human pitbull inquiring if I was a customer there. I said "I am going to the bathroom first, then I will have dinner." I do not know about the rest of you, but my Mom taught me to wash my hands first before I sit down and eat. The human pitbull stated that I had to go to the diner across the street to use the bathroom. WTF! I tried to pass by the blockade of the human pitbull and he assaulted me. The owner shouted that he does not have to serve me and to leave the restaurant. I felt like I was back in the late 50's in a department store diner. Another employee, with a calm demeanor, escorted me out of the restaurant. He tried to make excuses for the owner by stating that the owner had gotten a few NYC Department of Health violations and was stressed. Maybe it's a good thing that I got thrown out. It may have saved me a trip to the hospital. Diners beware!

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As a French man in America, nothing makes me feel better and more at home then when I visit jolie for a steak tartar and a glass of vin rouge! The food's fantastic, so is the decor. The wait staff is pleasant and attentive with a good sense of humor. Thursday three course for $30 is a great deal...

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★★★★★

As a French man in America, nothing makes me feel better and more at home then when I visit jolie for a steak tartar and a glass of vin rouge! The food's fantastic, so is the decor. The wait staff is pleasant and attentive with a good sense of humor. Thursday three course for $30 is a great deal...

Pros: What a great place!

Cons: No cons...

 

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