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8822 3rd Ave, Brooklyn, NY | Directions 1120940.621508 -74.031871
Mon-Thu 11:30am-3pm, 4:30pm-10pm
Fri 11:30am-3pm, 4:30pm-11pm
Sat 11am-3pm, 4:30pm-11pm
Neighborhoods: Bay Ridge & Fort Hamilton
Best dinning experience of my life – I've been to many places & Chadwick's tops them all. Its very hard to eat out w/ 4 kids, and being Asian often get the cold shoulder. But not here, host/servers were welcoming and good with kids, no kids menu (expected from upscale places) but made accomodations. MEAL about $20-45, or pre-fix dinner at $18. There was no plate charge for sharing. I was w/ 5 adults and 6 kids (all under 8), kids shared Chix parm & all finished (impressive). We garrived 30 min prior to reservation &seated within minutes. In hour & half we were done and way out and valet had car waiting. We were not rushed, service was quick, excellent and FRIENDLY. Glass of house wine was huge @ less than $7. I just can't say enough of this place. When I am in NY, forget others..CHATWICK'S is the place for me to go
Bay Ridge's Best at Chadwicks – Like so many of our other favorite restaurants in Bay Ridge, Chadwicks is top notch. The food, service and decor all help to enhance yor dining experience. I guarantee you will be tremedously satisfied. Chadwicks serves as the "Steak House" for locals as well as City-ites who can't help but love this place. Luger quality with Bay Ridge ambience. Although generally an older crowd, us 20 and 30 somethings can find ourselves at home (especially after you see the size of the shrimps in your cocktail or when you hear the pianoman play). Take a date or your significant other - or even your buddies. No matter who you bring - you will be sure to enjoy yourself and the food! Bon apetite!
The Best – The food was fantastic. The stuffed shrimp were out of this world. It is a little pricey but worth it to have a great meal. I am recommending this place to everyone. Staff was very polite and always trying to please.
Editorial Review – American menu features entrees including pistachio-crusted rack of lamb and 50-ounce steak for two; full bar and weekend live music.
After watching Chadwicks highlighted on an episode of Food TV Best of, I had to visit for myself - and was not disappointed. The portions are more than generous, the food was fantastic. Also - the manu was extremely creative. I went to Mesa Grill and was disappointed. But this place is impressive. I had the pistacchio crusted lamb chops - highly recommended! The staff was great - and all guests are seated by the owners.
Great food and value – Executive Chef Russell Titland's confidence and expertise shine in beautifully presented, thoughtfully prepared food. No trendy frills, nothing extraneous - just no-nonsense, excellent food.
Basically traditional menu could have been boring and old-fashioned, but is instead updated enough to please modern palate: steaks, seafood, fish, poultry - ample portions (we took half home), seasoned with care and imagination. You're repeatedly reminded that Chef and staff are experienced, capable professionals. I had sage-and-prosciutto-wrapped veal tenderloin; my companion had duck with delightful cranberry relish; both served with carefully complementing, delicious sides. Creme brulee dessert was light, wonderful, served in portion big enough to share. Even house wine by the glass was better than you usually find.
Don't expect trendy atmosphere: room looks like it could have been designed in 1940s, but who cares - it's actually comfortable and inviting; with great food and unbeatable value, you can't go wrong.
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