Pt Restaurant

(718) 388-7438 | View Website

331 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY | Directions   11211

40.712362 -73.962530

Open Hours

Fri-Sat: 5am-12:30pm, Sun-Thu: 5am-11:30pm

 
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More Tags: Outdoor Dining, Quiet

Payment Methods: Cash

Cuisine: Italian

Price: $$

General Info: Open 7 Days

Neighborhoods: Williamsburg

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Pt Restaurant
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Menu
Crostini Del Momento, Tagliere Di Formaggi, Taglier Insaccati, Cerignola And Gaeta Olive, Zuppa Del Giorno, Mista, Pt Salad, Barbabietole, Caprese, Carpaccio... more

Reviews for Pt Restaurant

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

nice place – Went there with a couple of friends. We weren't sure about sharing a table with other two people but it ended up being a lot of fun. The food was very good, the lasagna was definitely the best I had in a long time (since my mom used to cook for me in Italy). My friends had the specials of the night and they were all excellent. Te dessert I had, a white chocolate tart, was impressive. The wine selection was good and the waiter was very helpful in choosing the right one for the food we ordered. Definitely a keeper.

Recommends
3.0
over a year ago

ITALIAN FOOD? – I WASEN T EXPECTING FETTUCINI ALFREDO OR CHICKEN PARMIGIANA ON THE MENU,THAT DOESENT MAKE AN ITALIAN RESTAURANT,BUT @ LEAST DO SOME ITALIAN FOOD!!!!THE WINO WAS OK BUE WAY OVERPRICED!!!!THE STOOLS ARE VERY UNCONFORTABLE!!!

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

The real deal – We are long time fans of D.O.C. and finally made it to P.T. for a truly remarkable dining experience. This restaurant truly has it all. The design of the place is stunning without being austere. From the detail of the bathroom light switch, to the bread served in a brown paper lunch sack, to the silver ware placed on individual grey stones, it is a warm and delightful place to have dinner. The staff is remarkable. Don't expect French service, expect an authentic Italian dinning experience. This is the real deal. The servers are incredibly knowledgeable about the unique wine list and incredible food. If you are lucky, you might get a bear hug from the chef who comes out to see how people are enjoying their meal! My favorite items were the special appetizers of a single ravioli stuffed with venison and the shrimp salad with fennel which was refreshing and tasty. The en trees were also wonderful. The home made Tagliatelle pasta dish with a boar chocolate ragout was incredible. The lobster ravioli special was a subtle delight. We can't wait to go back and try more!

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

BEST RAVIOLI – I couldn't recommend this restaurant more highly. It's Italian -- with Italian staff

The homemade pasta was superb! We tried the pumpkin filled ravioli and that was delicious! The ribeye was very good - just enough sauce to complement the meat. Very good! Overall, a very nice experience. An a extra thumbs up for the scrumptious chocolate suffle?!

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Response to – I live nearby and i stop by at PT for casual and for fancy dinners. it never disappoints. The dishes are unique and delicious without the high prices and the waitstaff is there to make sure you enjoy your night.They have daily specials and the homemade pastas are perfect....i think this place is for the intellectual palate only.

.............So...a response to the previous review.......Williamsburg is plenty of restaurants where "you can understand a word", but you don't understand the good food!!!

Doesn't Recommend
2.0
over a year ago

Overpriced fiasco drenched in butter... – I went with a group for New Years? Eve and it was an overpriced fiasco. I hate going to a restaurant and feeling intimidated into ordering from the Prix Fixe menu so I didn?t. After asking the waiter about 4 times to repeat what our options were (we couldn?t understand a word he said) my significant other and I decided we wanted to share two entrees. Those entrees were full-priced and when they came, there was nothing on the plate. We walked out feeling taken advantage of and starving. We?re not into big portions either. Everything tasted like it was saturated in butter. We will never return. It kind of ruined our New Year's Eve. Overpriced, pretentious restaurants need to stay out of Williamsburg, especially if they can't deliver the goods to back it up.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

great spot ! – After a few times there I decided to share some thoughts about this place. The atmopsphere at PT is great, casual, relaxed and cozy, it just feels right. Anyway the main reason I keep on going there is to enjoy some good wine and some good food. My favorite dish is the vincisgrassi, it's true that I love lasagna in general, but this one is just superior. The appetizers are all great, fresh, simple and very tasty....just the way they are supposed to be. The menu is quite concise, but I always found a good number of different specials to choose from. Great spot !

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Definetely a good find – The not so easily found spot was definetely worth the search.

A very cozy atmosphere made me feel at home, The food made me want to take a trip to Italy even for a day.

The home made Pastas were great, I had the Tagliatelle with wild boar and I tried the Special Ravioli, a strange but really interesting combination of red beets, ricotta and poppy seed butter.

Higly recomended

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Pointless trip – Went on a Friday night with my husband. As we stepped in, we were gladly impressed with the appearance of the place: looks cozy and not trying too hard to be trendy. We sat at the bar. The two bartenders/waiters were more interested in watching the dust settle than to serve us. We felt unwelcomed from the get go. The few words dispensed by the waiters had more attitude than anybody who has ever worked at Lucky Chen'g. OK, maybe that's one way to highlight that they are Italian bartenders and that we should be thankful that we are eating (for the first and last time) there. The food, however, was as 'nostrano' as Applebee's Festa Italiana. The homemade tagliatelle were by no means homemade and had the consistency of any Barilla pasta that has been cooked overnight. My fish ('orata') was floating in a warm broth that was unbearably tasteless and was served with some vegetables that must have spent the night with the tagliatelle. My husband had an OK lasagna. The crowd? A lot of out-of-towners (think Milwaukee) and Long Islanders. "Si mangia molto meglio altrove".

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Great food! Good service! – I ate here on a regular basis last month and managed to try just about everything on the menu. I won't make specific recommendations because I want you to try everything they have!

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