Dining the Sidewalk Cafes of Myrtle Ave

Mon, Jul 25th, 2016

Summer is the perfect time to stroll the neighborhood and find all the places you would like to try infused cocktails & summer recipes.  Make sure to swing by all of our sidewalk cafes and enjoy dining outdoors on Myrtle Avenue this summer.

Lulu & Po_Sidewalk CafeLulu & Po, the cozy Brooklyn neighborhood eatery that serves New American food with great wine and classic cocktails is said to “offer a shot at sweet redemption, along with a menu that fits perfectly into today’s local-and-seasonal small-plates Zeitgeist“. Head to the lovely Carlton block, eat, drink and relax with small-plate fare plus craft cocktails in a casual, pocket-size venue. We recommend the spanish octopus or the burger (voted best by DNA info). Menu here.
Lulu & Po, 154 Carlton at Myrtle Avenue
(917) 435-3745

Los Pollitos StorefrontLos Pollitos III has a wonderful sidewalk cafe at the corner of Myrtle and Ryerson.  Stop in and enjoy dining curbside with delicious Mexican fare such as burritos, tacos (hard or soft shell), quesadillas and more.  Los Pollitos III is known for its classic guacamole & chips made fresh with tomatoes, cilantro, jalapeno and the the well-known margaritas during happy hour (frozen fruity flavors). We recommend the tortilla soup & crispy flautas. Menu here.
Los Pollitos III,  499 Myrtle Avenue at Ryerson
(718) 636-6125

A “go-to destination in Clinton Hill”Putnam’s Pub & Cooker, is a relaxed gastropub, on Clinton & Myrtle Avenue with extensive selections of pub grub, entrees & local craft brews. The pub offers 24 quality draft beers, 40 quality bottled beers, 2 highly unique cask ales, an extensive wine menu and delicious assortment of small plates, salads and large plates for lunch and dinner and weekend brunch. Take a seat in the inviting sidewalk cafe and enjoy the neighborhood life. Fish Tacos are a must. Hours of happiness are from 4pm-7pm Monday -Friday. See menu here.
Putnam’s Pub & Cooker, 419 Myrtle Avenue at Clinton Avenue
(347) 799-2382


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