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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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Reviewed 17 November 2013

Our first trip to the Brooklyn Museum to see the Jean Paul Gaultier fashion exhibit.(Excellent) Managers Robert and Justin greeted us and were very attentive thru out our meal. the wait staff consists of young happy people eager to please and very well trained,(attentive to...More

Thank robert c
Reviewed 11 November 2013

With three companions, I dined recently at Saul, located in a glass-walled-off part of the Brooklyn Museum lobby. The interior design is chic and current; it includes a large cubist painting, too. The tables (no tablecloths, I think) are just large enough. The room was...More

1  Thank Carol K
Reviewed 7 November 2013

It is a nice fine dining experience without the attitude. I recommend going there to finish of your NYC trip with a great dining experience.

Thank Brooklyneats
Reviewed 3 November 2013

On a recent trip to the Brooklyn Museum we had lunch at Saul a highly lauded restaurant within the museum. The space is modern, but very subtle and cozy (about 80 seats) , but can get noisy at lunch. The restaurant offers a view into...More

Thank Alan G
Reviewed 1 November 2013

I last ate at the old Saul 3 years ago so can't remember any detailed comparison wrt quality of food but the intent is the same -- upscale, comfort+. The kitchen is still figuring out the menu and the waitstaff seemed none too sure of...More

Thank neur14
Reviewed 21 October 2013

Saul continues to set the standard for fine dining in Brooklyn, indeed for all of New York (yes, I realize that means it's world class, consistent with its Michelin star). Food is complex, delicious, and plentiful. Service is welcoming and professional. New location is beautiful...More

Thank HotelguestNyc
Reviewed 1 June 2013

The food was very good, we had a cozy corner and a charming waitress. Moderately expensive, worth it. We shared a first course and an entree, the bread was fantastic and the amuse bouche was also, tiny crunchy cookies with our check, we left happy.

Thank Bellosguardo
Reviewed 20 May 2013

We saw this restaurant on james martins cakes of America series on the food channel. The baked Alaska looked amazing and was highly thought of. So as soon as we booked our flights to NYC, we reserved a table at Saul. There was 5 of...More

2  Thank Pranavan
Reviewed 19 May 2013

Went here for our anniversary. The food was absolutely delicious, and the service and atmosphere was great. Appetizers are on the smaller side, but the entrees are sufficient. Really great good.

Thank Jason H
Reviewed 19 May 2013

I have the chance to leave a half block from Saul. It's certainly the best restaurant in NYC. I love to have dinner there any day of week, alone, with friends or for business. The service is perfect, friendly and elegant. Saul Bolton is really...More

Thank luzzien
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Restaurant Details

Average prices
US$ 31 - US$ 50
Cuisine
Dining Style
Casual Elegant
Good for
Special Occasion Dining, Business meetings
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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