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312 Graham Ave Brooklyn, NY 11211
(map) (347) 889-7002
  • 82.3
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Some of the desserts seem overstudied by comparison, and may leave you pining for a more standard, old-school dessert from the neighborhood, like chocolate cake, or a simple bowl of vanilla ice cream
Adam Platt
New York Magazine

* Critic Reviews

  • "
    The cocktails are well-balanced -- just a whisper of almond in the Rye-Tai (a riff on the Mai-Tai), a hint of peaches in the whiskey sour.Let’s just hope Gwynnett raises the tasting to $90 and tosses in the bread. No one wants to be nickel and dimed at these prices. It’s not a 99 cent store, after all.

    Bloomberg
    83
  • "
    Gwynnett St. isn’t immune to the grip of food trends, but the restaurant neatly subverts them to create food that feels brand new.

    Time Out
    82
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    Some of the desserts seem overstudied by comparison, and may leave you pining for a more standard, old-school dessert from the neighborhood, like chocolate cake, or a simple bowl of vanilla ice cream

    New York Magazine
    81
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    Mr. Hilbert’s cooking doesn’t jump up and down in its seat in the front row waving its hand wildly. It sits, patiently, until you notice that it knows all the answers.

    New York Times
    85
  • "
    I often find myself out at what seems to be a reasonably priced dinner, only to be slammed by drink costs. Wine director and owner Carl McCoy..made it a point to select bottles that not only match food in flavor, but in price

    Serious eats
    84