Italian Restaurant$$
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32 Withers St Brooklyn, NY 11211
32 Withers StreetUSNew York11211
(718) 384-8831
$$Italian RestaurantToday Closed
Monday 12:00 – 10:00 pmTuesday ClosedWednesday 12:00 – 10:00 pmThursday 12:00 – 10:00 pmFriday 12:00 – 11:00 pmSaturday 12:00 – 11:00 pmSunday 1:00 – 10:00 pm
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Circa-1900 neighborhood Italian restaurant plating red-sauce standards in a retro setting.- Google
"Great old world italian feel, but the food was completely lacking."
"Classic Italian in new Williamsburg."
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Robert Smyth
7 months ago
best sea food fra diavlo ive had id like it a little more spice but they didnt know that and couldnt ask for it before since i didnt know how hot they made it ,but now i know sea food done perfectly. Service done well,loved the history great place
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Jared Zlotnick
5 months ago
Classic Italian in new Williamsburg. Perfect for a Sunday night or late bite after a few drinks at Pete's Candy Store.
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Whitney Moore
11 months ago
I think about this place all the time. I ate here on one of the many visits to see my brother in Brooklyn. Born and raised southern, I had no idea about what real, honest, life-changing Italian food was until I lived in Italy for a year. Bamonte's brings it all home and gives you the total experience. I am visiting again soon and will definitely go back here and bring the people I love- That's the mark of a true restaurant find! Love, love, love
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Daknow Savitsky
7 months ago
Almost wrote this review before my food came out. 15 minutes at the bar and I had to loudly ask for a water and a menu. Infuriating favoritism. Slow everything. My food was actually OK though. Not great.
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Anthony Robledo
10 months ago
This place is a joke. First of all, the staff is extremely rude unless you are older than 50 years old. They also have that arrogant "we have been here for over 50 years" attitude. As far as the food goes, it did not at all live up to the expectation. The bread was stale and terrible. The antipasto was made with sub par supermarket quality ingredients. The lasagna tasted like an over microwaved can of Chef Boyardee. This all would maybe be somewhat acceptable of the prices were super low, but they are not. They are super high. Rip off. It amazes me how bad this place is yet it remains popular. Do people just like it because its old? I really don't get it...
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Katie Matthews
11 months ago
This place is a real gem in Williamsburg. It's been around since 1900 and definitely has the feeling of an older establishment. The decor is awesome--great linens, paintings on the walls, servers in suits. It feels like an enclave from an earlier Brooklyn, and definitely is a nice change from all of the hipster establishments surrounding it. Staff is extremely friendly and it always seems to be full of locals that have been coming for years. Some of the best items on the menu: anything. No, seriously. Anything. I've loved their penne in marinara, monk fishlivornese, gnocchi in bolognese, tiramisu--list could go on and on.
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Jan Magi
a year ago
I have been going here since I was little. I was so glad to see that the menu has not changed much. If a person is not happy... speak up! They will change things for you. I usually get a pasta dish and the shrimp francese. Nice place to relax and eat.
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rich prestia
a year ago
Anyone who criticizes or finds fault with this place knows little to nothing about classic old world Italian food. This restaurant has survived for over a century purely based on word-of-mouth advertising not print advertising… so that speaks volumes about the quality of food prepared here. I live in New Jersey, and I consider making the brutal trip to Bamonte's well worth it. It is a wonderful time capsule of a restaurant. I love going to Bamonte's especially when the our Lady of Mount Carmel festival is in session; nothing eats topping off that meal with some zeppoles!!
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