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In its bright and rustic setting, Lighthouse serves contemporary American cuisine with an inventive twist. Appetizer options, perfect for sharing with your dining companions, include the cured meats platter and the homemade pickles. Dinner plates feature the sasso chicken with green garlic, the baby octopus with fava beans and salsa verde and the flat iron steak with smoky potatoes. Lighthouse also serves brunch, with a slew of unique and well-prepared items, such as the shakshuka with poached eggs, tomato chile and toast and the chilequiles, a corn tortilla filled with queso and tomatillo salsa.
Lighthouse also has a popular selection of prix fixe meals. Try one of Lighthouse's creative meals with an equally creative cocktail, like the good & plenty, a wicked combination of tequila, absinthe and lime.
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Global, International, Modern European, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 12:00pm - 4:00pm
Dinner: Sunday, Tuesday - Thursday: 6:00pm - 11:00pm
Friday - Saturday: 6:00pm -12:00pm
Keap & Grand
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
L train to Metropolitan-Lorimer
G train to Metropolitan-Lorimer
J, M, Z to Marcy
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Lighthouse is perfect for almost anything. It' s where I take people from out of town when I want to impress them, where I can drop in for a casual dinner, or even have a fancy romantic night. Good cocktails, amazing food, warm people, and generally relaxed and comfortable atmosphere. I really don't know what more you could want in a restaurant. This place is all of the bees knees.
Food was delicious but the restaurant was FREEZING. It felt marginally warmer than the outdoors, and valentine's day night was freezing. We had reservations and wanted to do their pre fixe menu. I think we should have been warned in advance that the restaurant is very cold in the winter or the heat was broken or something. It was very uncomfortable.
A causal spot with great food. Comfortable location both from the L and the J/M/Z. Gets VERY busy (and noisy) on the weekends so do make a reservation and prepare to talk loudly. The appetizers were better than the entrees, but both were great. The staff was very nice and accommodating to people in the party who had food allergies. Overall great time!
Made a reservation for two well in advance. When we arrived on a cold night, the Maitre D' didn't ask if we had a reservation. Instead, we were told that the restaurant was fully booked and the only table available was right by the door, despite the fact that the dining room was nearly empty. We asked for another table, further into the dining room, but were denied. After getting them to understand that we were one of the parties that had booked in advance, we were still forced to sit at the cold table. Found it hard to believe that there were no other 2-tops available. This left a sour note to what would have otherwise been an outstanding dinner.
Though there arent alot of reviews for this restaraunt, thats because its not in the trendiest area of williamsburg and is 'on the other side' of the BQE, but the ffod was wonderful, waiter very very good, and service and atmosphere just right. Highly recommend and still relatively easy to get a reservation, although that might change.
We went for a birthday party and the long wooden bench tables are perfect for a large group. The sound quality in the restaurant is great so you can hear everyone well. The food...it's amazing! We ordered a variety of things from chickpeas with beets, blue cheese infused brussel sprouts, oysters to burgers. Cocktails are well made. I had a Dark & Stormy, made with their homemade ginger syrup!!! Order the Pa Pie to complete your meal :)
I can't wait to get back here. Thanks for a great dinner Lighthouse staff!
Came here for NYE dinner, the "special menu" was not advertised on their site and the prices on the a la carte menu were a bit higher than their regular menu with half the options. Understandable, but a little disappointing. Service was very friendly but very slow, we arrived before the restaurant was full and our food took much longer than other tables with bigger groups that ordered after us for some reason. The portions were decently sized, and the side portions were definitely good for sharing. I'd like to come back again on a regular night and I think I'd be happier with the service.
...I went with two friends and we decided to order a bunch of items and share. Instead of pacing the plates, they all came at once and it was overwhelming. I'm talking about 6 or 7 dishes. I don't understand why anyone in the kitchen or front-of-house would think that's a good idea. The items were solid, as usual, but it was frustrating that some of the dishes sort of died on the table before we got to enjoy them.
Have been to the lighthouse on several occasions and is consistently a great experience. They have great cocktails, I have yet to try to the wine because their cocktails are so good. I heard the owner used to work as bartender at a speakeasy in Manhattan "Employees Only", which explains the awesome drinks.
The food is amazing every time and their desert Pa Pie is one of the best deserts I have EVER had. It's unbelievable.
Would highly recommend.
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