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Maison Premiere
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Today 4PM–2AM
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298 Bedford Ave Brooklyn, NY 11211
298 Bedford AvenueUSNew YorkBrooklyn11211
(347) 335-0446maisonpremiere.com
$$$Bar, French RestaurantToday 4PM–2AM
Wednesday 4PM–2AMThursday 4PM–4AMFriday 4PM–4AMSaturday 11AM–4AMSunday 11AM–4AMMonday 4PM–2AMTuesday 4PM–2AM
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Oysters, cocktails & small plates in a New Orleans-styled setting with an atmospheric garden.- Google
"Great happy hour oysters and excellent excellent cocktails!"
"There are no drink specials but this place serves absinthe which is fun."
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Chris Lee
a week ago
I visited here after seeing it on Instagram. I would have to say it's one of the coolest bars in Williamsburg. If you want a good cocktail that is mixed perfectly you need to try this place. Make sure to get here in plenty of time so that you can get a seat. I would also say that there's outdoor seating that didn't look too bad. Personally I like to sit at the bar though so you can talk to the bartender and see what they recommend. The decorations in the building are awesome. Right across the street is Rosamundes sausage. Plenty of spots to eat in the area. Also like how the cocktails are served in unique glasses. They're crushed ice is also exquisite. The ice is what really makes a drink and I also think that garnish makes a drink. Maison premier is a place to come.
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Raisa Cuevas
a month ago
Cool 20s vibe, good food, timely service. Made a Sunday dinner reservation the morning of, and got seated right away, even with an extra person added to our party. We shared the oyster tower, lobster roll, cod dip, olives, and bread. More than enough for 4 people. Felt obligated to try one of their many absinthe cocktails, only to confirm that absinthe is not my thing.
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Chris Stratton
2 months ago
Great drinks and very classic place. I challenged the bartender to make something delicious and he completely delivered. Great place.
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Jonathan Taborda
7 months ago
Simply amazing. great food, great drinks, great atmosphere, most importantly great service. Be there early for seating.
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Briana Balducci
3 months ago
Oyster happy hour was worth it, they were absolutely delicious. Small plates are definitely small and the large plates aren't ANY bigger than the small plates. The simplest drinks took a century to get to our table and on top of that they added this orange citrus for what reason idk! Service was sort of slow, my waitress started off super nice- BUT after we sent back drinks and we're confused about what to order she got irritated and had a huge attitude. OVERALL this place had very (small proportioned) fresh/tasty seafood from my experience, I would only go back for the oysters and that's pretty much it.
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Peter Kim
2 months ago
Great 1920s atmosphere, dining experience. Great happy hour oysters and excellent excellent cocktails! Highly recommended!
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Maria Angélica Boleta
3 months ago
The best drinks I've ever tried! Ask for oysters and salmon as starter, just perfect! Then scallops and/or cod fish. Expensive but worth it!!!
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Matt Warren
2 months ago
Strong pros and cons here. Pros: excellent oysters, house-made sauces, and absinthe drinks. Cons: ridiculously precocious and stagey atmosphere—a parody of itself—slow and indifferent service, and long waits even for standing space. Go in the afternoons, when it's not crowded, and think of it as a theme park rather than a restaurant. Then you'll love it.