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259 Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn, NY | Directions   11217

40.680161 -73.974166

Open Hours

Sat: 4:30pm-1am, Sun: 4:30pm-11pm, Thu: 2pm-12pm, Mon-Wed: 2pm-11pm, Fri: 2pm-1am

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More Tags: Group Dining, Date Spot, Outdoor Dining, Brunch

Dress Code: Casual

Cuisine: Mexican, Southwestern

Payment Methods: MasterCard, Discover, Visa, American Express, Diners Club

Neighborhoods: Prospect Heights

Owner verified business

From The Owners of Piquant

Piquant is a two-story restaurant devoted to Southwestern cuisine. Executive Chef David Sharp, inspired by a childhood in West Texas and his…

Black Bean Soup, Corn Chowder, Wild Atlantic Salmon, Mexican wild Shrimp, Toro Tuna, Bed Snapper, Ceviche Trio, Piquant House Salad, Southwestern Chopped Salad, Mussels A La Plancha... more

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Reviews for Piquant

over a year ago

Good Stuff – Tried to get into three other places on a rainstorm night before stumbling upon this gem. I absolutely love this place. The lime margarita, appetizers and dessert were all WONDERFUL. We stayed until they started to put the chairs on the table and were ready to close for the night. Very warm and wonderful staff. Can't wait to go back and try the backyard.

over a year ago

Amazing Fish Tacos, Pulled Pork Sliders and More – I've been here a couple times now, both to sit at the bar and have dinner. My friends and I split a few Fish Tacos, Pulled Pork Sliders and some chips and salsa. The chef makes this salsa flight that has three different kinds with different levels of heat so everyone was happy. the pulled pork was both sweet and savory and the fish tacos have an incredible kick! Stick with the Park Slope Margarita and you'll be one happy camper. Prices are beyond reasonable as well. Might stop in for brunch sometime soon...

over a year ago

Citysearch Editorial Review – The owners of the now-closed Mitchell’s Bar & Grill have opened a sleek, two-story Southwestern restaurant in its stead on Flatbush Avenue, Prospect Heights’ restaurant row. Brooklyn resident David Sharp takes the helm as chef, serving up artfully prepared (if minimally portioned) small plates from which an upscale Tex-Mex meal can be created, like toothsome beef sliders, lump crab quesadillas and pulled pork tacos that pair well with frozen margaritas. For those with heartier appetites, the menu also serves up supersized entrees in the $20 range, like the slow roasted short ribs with cascabel chiles.


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