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Saul at the Brooklyn Museum - CLOSED

200 Eastern Pkwy, At the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY 11238-6052
+1 718-935-9842
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Overview
  • Excellent56%
  • Very good30%
  • Average8%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible2%
17 Oct 2016
“Saul, Shmaul”
29 Jul 2016
“Very elegant lunch experience”
Restaurant Hours Closed
CUISINES
Fusion, American
PRICE
₹₹ - ₹₹₹
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LOCATION
200 Eastern Pkwy, At the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY 11238-6052
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21 - 30 of 100 reviews

Reviewed 1 March 2015

Arrived for lunch on the first Wednesday of NYC Restaurant week and they had no menus. It took 40 minutes for them to "decide" what to do and print out menus. We used our phones to show them the Restaurant Week menus advertised on their...More

1  Thank nange25
Reviewed 21 February 2015

Stopped for lunch and was pleasantly surprised at the quality of the restaurant. We had the prix frix menu. I had crudo of hamachi and scallops with guanchalli. Portions were small. The server was pleasant but totally overwhelmed. The place was very crowded. It took...More

Thank StephHorn
Reviewed 9 December 2014

Two apps, two entrees and my husband and I got home and had a turkey sandwich ! A $36 rib eye steak was exactly six 2"x1"x1/4" thick slices of steak and a 2" cube of short rib. Pork dish was two 3" cubes of loin...More

1  Thank Jervic3
Reviewed 11 November 2014

For a snack or a meal, they've got you covered. The menu is small but perfect! They've got a range of sandwiches and salads as well as hot food. And the beverage selection is just as good.

Thank Anisoj
Reviewed 8 November 2014

If you are at the museum (itself an excellent value compared to its competitors across the East River) and need to have a midday meal, consider the plate lunch at the Cafe. For $10 with tax (no tip, even) you get a tasty filling and...More

Thank seggerman
Reviewed 18 October 2014

Finding a lunch spot outside of the museum is not easy, but look no further than Saul's. Had a great lunch, with a Amuse Bouche starter.Then Diver scallops and my wife had chicken and beet salad..Fresh ingredients that jumped off the plate, in a artistic...More

Thank CharlesB92210
Reviewed 6 October 2014

After reading several positive reviews, I booked this place on a Saturday evening. It was a special occasion and I wanted a nice, relaxed evening with two friends of ours. Well, I don't know Brooklyn well, but apparently on the first Saturday of every month,...More

1  Thank scarlett_106
Reviewed 4 October 2014

we had a lovely meal, probably also unexpected . since they made a mistake with one of the 3 orders, they went out of their way to compensate , with extra desserts etc, great attitude. everything was refined and very good quality, bravo!

Thank nicolas s
Reviewed 19 September 2014

First time visit after Saul's relocation from Court St -- very enjoyable dinner for two in a great setting; through internal window you observe museum strollers while dining. Service was impeccable and provided great advice on food and wine pairing. Worth mentioning: foie grasse. Will...More

Thank mh-bklyn
Reviewed 26 June 2014

Overall, very good dining experience. Food involved creative flavorful seasonal combinations. Also appreciated that food overall was not very heavy, maybe geared appropriately to summer dining. Considering it's in the Brooklyn Museum, I felt like the ambience could be better/cooler. Possibly relatively high prices also...More

Thank GAPR10
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Restaurant Details

Average prices
US$ 31 - US$ 50
Cuisine
Dining Style
Casual Elegant
Good for
Business meetings, Special Occasion Dining
Open Hours
Sunday
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
11:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Wednesday
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Thursday
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Friday
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
5:30 PM - 11:00 PM
Saturday
5:30 PM - 11:00 PM
11:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Location and Contact Information
  • Address: 200 Eastern Pkwy, At the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY 11238-6052
  • Public Transportation: Take the 2 or 3 to Eastern Parkway/Brooklyn Museum. Transfers to the 2 and 3 are available from the 4 and 5 (at Nevins Street) and the B, D, Q, N, R, and LIRR (at Atlantic Avenue/Pacific Street). See a subway map. Current MTA construction projects are leading to frequent changes to 2 and 3 service, particularly on the weekends. Please check MTA
  • Location: United States  >  New York (NY)  >  Brooklyn
  • Phone Number: +1 718-935-9842
  • E-mail
Description
Located in the Brooklyn Museum, The Norm is a purveyor of casual dining from the esteemed Chef Saul Bolton. The Norm at Brooklyn Museum is a restaurant concept inspired by the cultural diversity of Brooklyn. Led by Michelin-starred Chef Saul Bolton, the menu encourages a gastronomic exploration of the borough’s multi-cultural heritage, incorporating Indian, Mexican, Japanese, Middle Eastern, Caribbean, Indo-Chinese and all-American elements. Designed by Anda Andrei, Bonetti/Kozerski Architecture and Design DPC, the space is inspired by the museum's maze of secret and mysterious storage spaces. The restaurant affords guests the opportunity to experience the institution in a completely new way, with a sense of being admitted into the museum's inner sanctum. Patrons are surrounded by priceless paintings from the museum's collections and the crates that store them. The artworks reference different eras and cultures, and are hung in no particular order, as though awaiting their turn to be showcased in an exhibition.
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