Make sure you read this before eating here.
I really used to like this place, even though if you want to sit and eat you have to tip a server and when I asked to go to the bathroom I was told to go to the bar across the street( I think that's illegal). Anyway, my friends complained that it was too expensive,but I thought it was worth it. I went there today to get a fried green tomato sandwich, that normally costs $6.75, I was shocked when I was charged $8.75. The sandwich is small to begin with, which was fine before it cost $9.00. Places like this are ruining Brooklyn, go back to the city if you want to charge these absurd prices. Screw you Goods, you just lost about five loyal and regular customers. I will never go there again, and my $9.00 sandwich was greasy, smashed, and thrown together with no regard for the $2.00 price increase.
Citysearch Editorial Review.
Built around a gleaming 1946 Airstream, this lovely all-outdoor restaurant is set beneath the shade of a steel and glass visor, with hanging gardens, a gravel floor, picnic tables and a deck lined with two-tops; pretty tasteful for a trailer park. The Airstream is the kitchen, where trailer-friendly fare like burgers, fried chicken and biscuits are made to order from well-sourced ingredients for breakfast, lunch and dinner (plus Sunday brunch). Between meals, Goods is also a coffee spot and neighborhood hangout and has a full bar for summer outdoor drinking.