Brooklyn >Food & Dining > Two Boots
514 2ND St, Brooklyn, NY | Directions 1121540.670854 -73.977717
Monday 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Tuesday 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Wednesday 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Thursday 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Friday 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Saturday 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Sunday 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Neighborhoods: Park Slope
Everything would be perfect at this place if not for people.
People meaning loud running around lil people.
If you want to avoid them, i suggest trying to eat in the outdoor area.
Sometimes the waiter/ress is nice, or odd. I've never had a rude one before.
Cozy, comfy – This is a very mellow place. I love sitting outside in the summer or in one of the booths in winter. The bartenders are friendly and relaxed and play decent music. The chili kicks butt, as do the po-boy sandwiches and fried calamari. The pizza is very good. Stay away from the gumbo, though - it's gluey.
Go Late – Fun atmosphere: good drinks, fun zydeco/rockabilly/etc. music. Go late, though, if you don't want to be surrounded by out-of-control Park Slope brats being let to run amok.
Relax with kids – Excellent reliable food and an easy place to takes kids who do not like to sit still. The pizza is thin crust and delicious. The appetizers are delectable. The specials are reliable. Especially good is the catfish dinner and the oyster po-boy. The samosa appetizer and the calamari are also delicious.
boycott boots – I had the worst restaurant experience EVER at Brooklyn Two Boots. The waitress and bartender/manager were frighteningly rude and when I complained about an entree, I was told that I was wrong and could go someplace else. And if that wasn't bad enough, I was called a name on my way out! Let's grow up, folks. After patronizing Two Boots for years, I will NEVER bring my family or friends there again. Brooklyn should boycott Boots.
The Boot Arrives! – Two Boots is in Brooklyn. I am very excited. This establishement seems to be neighborhood-involved (good), overrun by kids (bad--well hell, it is Park Slope). Solution? This place is exccellent later in the evening or on weekend nights. Get some drinks and listen to the free live music. Yes, it's expensive pizza, but treat yourself for once.
Kid Crazy – This place may be more appealing if you have kids, because you can usually find some here -- unfortunately, not all of them are well-behaved, which makes eating a peaceful meal all-but impossible. Brunches are a strong suit, nonetheless.
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