Korzo

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Korzo With its polished tables, exposed brick walls, and caged lighting, Korzo seems to have all the trappings of a standard Park Slope cocktail lounge, but its menu of Central European comfort food and hard-to-find German brews actually... New York United States 40.662064 -73.992515
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Party Earth Review With its polished tables, exposed brick walls, and caged lighting, Korzo seems to have all the trappings of a standard Park Slope cocktail lounge, but its menu of Central European comfort food and hard-to-find German... ... read full review

  • Subway:

    D, N, R: Prospect Avenue-4th Avenue

  • Phone:

    718-285-9425

  • Links:

  • Hours:

    Daily 11:30am–2am

  • Recommended as:

    • Day Spot
    • Night Spot

Party Earth Korzo Review

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With its polished tables, exposed brick walls, and caged lighting, Korzo seems to have all the trappings of a standard Park Slope cocktail lounge, but its menu of Central European comfort food and hard-to-find German brews actually...

With its polished tables, exposed brick walls, and caged lighting, Korzo seems to have all the trappings of a standard Park Slope cocktail lounge, but its menu of Central European comfort food and hard-to-find German brews actually makes it a welcome Bavarian oasis in the middle of Brooklyn.

Once known as Eurotrip, this two-room bar and restaurant plays host to a chill crowd of twenty- and thirty-somethings who feast on imported sausages and televised soccer, washing down the headers with European hops and veggie burgers encased in fried dough.

Young couples and after-work office dwellers fill up tables in the adjoining room, sipping on Hungarian wines and devouring Slav Burgers under expressionist paintings and the ominous gaze of a painted bull’s head, which serves as the restaurant’s trademark.

By day, the venue offers a mellow scene with older European regulars stopping in for a pint or three, but after dark the tavern fills with younger diners and drinkers looking to enjoy an ever-changing selection of food specials and weekly live jazz.

Weekend brunches often include tantalizing treats like polenta, bottomless mimosas, and traditional halušky hash.

Offering a beer list that ranges from Staropramen to Bitburger Pilsner, and a selection of hearty culinary specialties, Korzo sends guests off in true Central European fashion – stuffed, sloshed, and ready to come back soon.

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Tip from Jonah:

Korzo has a reverse happy hour from 10pm to 1am featuring $10 pitchers. Even if you come too late for the delicious Slovak food, swing by for this deal on fantastic Eastern European brew.

  • Crowd

    Local young professionals, laid-back beer aficionados, collegiate burger lovers, Eastern Europeans, and soccer fans, 20s through 40s.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Live jazz every Tuesday, iPod mixes otherwise. Flat-screen TV.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Full menu of Eastern and Central European entrées including goulash, langos, brats, and perogis. Brunch served Sa–Su. Happy Hour M–Th 3–7pm. Reverse Happy Hour M–Th 10pm–1am. Cash and American Express only. ATM on site.

  • Prices

    Brunch platters $10–$21, appetizers $5–$9, entrées $9–$19, burgers and sandwiches $11–$14, sides $3–$5.

    Beer $3–$7/glass, $11–$18/pitcher, cocktails $8–$9, wine $7–$8/glass, $24–$39/bottle.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Casual: jeans, t-shirts, work attire, sneakers, flats, jackets, hoodies.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Tuesday nights for live jazz, Fridays and Saturdays for the biggest crowds, and Sundays for brunch.

  • Close By

    Quarter Bar (676 Fifth Avenue) is a laid-back place with awesome ales and a nice back patio.

Korzo User Reviews

Average rating:
Mother of God
Chris K. Oct 8, 2012
You haven't had a burger until you've had the Slav, a langos-wrapped burger topped with pork neck and...some kind of savory sauce. Look, I don't exactly remember what happened. I just came to with an empty plate and a liter glass of Bitburger with only a little left at the bottom. The waitress was grinning, and I felt awesome.
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