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The name of this 6th Avenue eatery means "our house" in the West Indian island of Guadeloupe's Creole language. The menu is a mixture of French and French-Caribbean, with dishes such as an escargot appetizer, smoked jerk chicken in honey sauce and a West Indian burger with avocado salsa and cheese. Candlelit tables and pillow-covered seats create an intimate, subdued atmosphere, accompanied by live music on Sundays and Tuesdays. Liquor is BYOB.
53 6th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217
(718) 938-3235
  • Hours: Tue - Sun, 5pm - 11pm; Mon, closed
  • Accessible: no
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