The Vanderbilt
$49 3 Course Dinner For Two With A Bottle Of Wine (a $103 Value)
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Michelin-starred Chef Saul Bolton recognized the burgeoning culinary scene in Brooklyn, resulting in his opening of The Vanderbilt, a cozy New American gem that's now become one of the undisputed stars of the seasonal, fine dining circuit in the coveted neighborhood of Prospect Heights.

Grab your $49 pulse (a $103 value) for an enchanting Dinner for Two, that includes 1 Appetizer, 2 Entrees, 1 Dessert, and 1 Bottle of Red, White, or Sparkling Wine.

Chef Bolton "focuses on the details," says The New York Times, presenting a menu of dynamic farm-to-table charmers, from the Black Angus Ribeye in a coffee rub with shishito peppers & blueberry butters, to the Duck Breast Carnitas and their trio of pickled red onions, radishes, & sharp cilantro.

Southern-inspired desserts tap into your inner sugar fiend with drool-worthy plates of Funnel Cake served with bourbon walnut ice cream, or Fried Oreos à la Mode.

Amidst the floor-to-ceiling glass, dark-wood tones, and modern light fixtures, your bottle of wine will slowly empty as you complete your taste of luxury at its finest...

The Vanderbilt
570 Vanderbilt Avenue # 1
(718) 623-0570

Having spent time under the guidance of famed Chef David Bouley (Bouley), as well as Chef Eric Ripert of Le Bernardin, Chef Saul Bolton's star-studded trajectory in the culinary world has resulted in garnering him a Michelin star and acclaim from the likes of Eater, New York Magazine, and Wine Spectator.

The Vanderbilt takes on a more intimate vision of Chef Bolton's progressive American cuisine than his previous endeavors, coupled with a warm, inviting setting. Dramatic windows, stainless steel elements, Carrera marble, and reclaimed woods lends the space an organic contemporary vibe, setting the stage for fare that's as inventive as it is passionately prepared.

Start your evening with a bottle of rich, crisp, or effervescent wine, trailed by the Truffle Mac & Cheese and its chili-panko crust, or the Roasted Brussels Sprouts (sriracha, lime, honey) that The New Yorker praises as "a perfect combination of sweet, spicy, and tart."

Move on to the the succulent Roasted Half-Chicken that The New York Times calls "the best chicken you’ve ever had," paired with Romesco and cornbread. The 16oz butter-basted Vanderbilt Burger makes for a worthy contender thanks to a stack of bacon, fried shallots, cheese, and a dripping fried egg.

End your feast on a high note with the Molten Chocolate Cake, and you'll see why The Vanderbilt has won such unanimous praise from press and patrons alike...

All selections are made from the restaurant's full dinner menu.

Your $49 Dinner For Two (a $103 Value) includes:

  • 1 Appetizer (choice of Small Bites or Starters; up to a $13 value).
  • 2 Entrees (choice of Mains, Brooklyn Bangers Sausages, or Burgers; up to a $25 value each).
  • 1 Dessert (up to an $8 value).
  • 1 Bottle of Red, White, or Sparking Wine (up to a $32 value).

OpenTable reviewers give The Vanderbilt 4 stars from over 200 reviews including:

  • "Everyone loved their food, the service was excellent - attentive but not pushy - and the overall vibe was chill and trendy without trying too hard. Overall, a great experience."

  • Love everything on the menu. My favorite is the ribeye!"

  • "Love it! I love the ambiance of this place, and we split the Vanderbilt burger... delicious!! There’s an egg on top which makes it fun! So good."

  • "We enjoyed this place very much. Food was outstanding, the service was great, and the overall experience was fantastic!"

The Vanderbilt's Website | OpenTable

  • May purchase as many vouchers as you like for personal use or for gifting.

  • May combine up to 2 vouchers per group.

  • $5 Upcharge for Mac & Cheese, Duck Wings, Vanderbilt Burger & Seafood Trio; $7 Upcharge for Rib Eye.

  • Tax & tip not included; reservations required.

  • Expires on Friday September 27, 2019.