Loosie's Kitchen was born out of the idea to create a space where everyone is welcome.
Loosie’s Kitchen, the adjacent sister restaurant to the popular bar Loosie Rouge, has to be a front-runner for the title of New York’s Most Instagrammable Restaurant. The open-air space has a Southern California vibe, with black, white and pastel accents on whitewashed walls, hanging plants and mismatched woven rugs.
Loosie's Kitchen was born out of the idea to create a space where everyone is welcome, conversations flow freely, and the community is an extended family. At the heart of it all, food and hospitality is the centerpiece. Serving southern-style hospitality under the Williamsburg Bridge, we welcome guest chefs, artists, and musicians through our door regularly. It's a haven to all who share our spirit of community.
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Estimated Price Per Head
from $35 to $125
NYS Taxes, 18% gratuity.
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Indoor Venue Space Only
Client Must Select A Caterer From The List Provided By The Venue
Provided By Venue For Fee – You Must Use The Venue For All Alcohol Services
Corkage/Bottle Fee – You Can Bring Your Own Alcohol For A Fee
Designated Smoking Areas Only
Loosie Rouge, our sister bar on property features live music throughout the week. Bossa Nova on Sundays, Jazz on Mondays, Eclectic roots rock & hip hop on Wednesdays and Soul on Thursdays. 9:30 pm to late.
Loosie’s Kitchen, the adjacent sister restaurant to the popular bar Loosie Rouge, has to be a front-runner for the title of New York’s Most Instagrammable Restaurant. The open-air space has a Southern California vibe, with black, white and pastel accents on whitewashed walls, hanging plants and mismatched woven rugs. It feels like your stylish friend’s backyard — a bathtub full of plants, communal wooden tables are amply spaced apart, and there’s a stack of paperbacks in the bathroom. As for the food, the menu has a southern slant to match the NOLA-style cocktails whipped up next door. The concept is a contemporary take on American soul food and kitchen traditions blessed with a lil’ bit of Brooklyn swagger. Conceived as an organic offshoot of Loosie Rouge (the bar) and orchestrated by Four Happy Men Hospitality– the kitchen and cafe offer a place in South Williamsburg to call home.
Awards & Notables
Loosie's Kitchen & Cafe has been featured in the New York Times, Time Out, The New Yorker, The Chosen Club, Zagat, Thrillist, Tasting Table, Gothamist, Domino, New York Mag, The Village Voice, Harper's Bazaar, BK Mag, Well & Good, Refinery 29, Tory Burch, and many more...
Eats & Drinks
Food, Restaurants, Cafes, Bars & Lounges
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On certain weeknights, when the bartender’s friends have come by to keep him company, all of them speaking in French, Loosie Rouge can transport you: to a Parisian loft, maybe, or a basement in New Orleans. Maybe it’s the low ceilings or the fireplace stacked with wood, or the single, low coffee table next to the door, but the whole place feels like more of a living room than a traditional bar. So embrace that. Chat up your host, head bartender Ethan Sugar, who used to sling bottles at Blue Ribbon & Mace and makes some of the city’s most impressive cocktails. Do it all while forgetting you’re even in Brooklyn.
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