116 E 16th St, New York, NY | Directions 1000340.735430 -73.988491
Neighborhoods: Gramercy Park, Midtown, Union Square
Great Place – This is my favorite location of this small chain. It's a little off the beaten path, so it's not quite as packed and loud as the other locations can be.
Great food (sides are always great) and the service is friendly.
Union Square Wins Me Over – Brother Jimmy's really outdid themselves with this new location in Union Square! I was a little skeptical about checking out this new location since I am a loyal Murray Hill patron...but I am glad I did. I love the new decor and layout. And the new menu items are a great additional to a menu that I already loved...the fried Oyster Po Boy TO DIE FOR! Overall, I was very happy that I expanded my horizons to this new location and look forward to checking out some March Madness games on one of the 145989045890845 TVs they have.
Bros, BBall and Bonding – Love coming here to watch college bball with my brothers. I live jersey but my brothers live in nyc now and it’s a great meeting place for us to eat, drink and catch up. The atmosphere and staff is always nice. The hot wings are by far my absolute FAV, but I’m starting to fall in love with some of the entrees on their new menu too!
Citysearch Editorial Review – Instead of the usual floor-to-ceiling ephemera typical of the other five Brother Jimmy’s locations in New York, here the license plates are confined to a rather tasteful bar-front collage. The cheeky, wood-carved slogans--“Put some south in your mouth,” for example--are hung so high they don’t distract the happy hour singles, who flock to the bar like pigs to the trough for strong cocktails served in BJ’s signature mason jars. Speaking of pigs, the pulled pork piled high stands up to second day leftovers, and it’s just one of the classic menu items that made the move to Union Square (yes, the hush puppies with maple butter are here, too). With exposed beams and faux keg-barrell walls, a petite patio and strategically placed TVs, the look is somewhat less fratty than you might expect, but the blaring classic rock, waitresses with whistles and post-collegiate crowd make the vibe 100 percent coed mixer.
Great new menu!!! – I have been going to BJ's for about 10 years now and I love each and every location...The food is good(I have had better, but then again, my family is from S. Carolina), the staff are always friendly and the managers make it a point to try and please everyone(will never happen, but at least they try)...My only complaint is that they don't have Guiness on tap!!!
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