Any reactions to Grappa Cafe on Court Street, Brooklyn Heights?
I have not eaten there - but a good source has and had nothing good to say - surprise?
The menu looks like it was inspired by My Little Pizza.
Do we need another tomato sauce pot on Court Street?
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I have lived around the corner from Noodle Pudding for the past 5 years, and yes it is good. But, you have obviously NOT EATEN or even SEEN the menue at Grappa Cafe to say it is another "Tomato Pot" or "after my Little Pizza". It has a unique, diverse and outstanding menue, with a chef that executes the creativeness and diversity of his creations with gusto. So, don't be so ignorant as to listen to your friend, but go and try it for yourself.
This place is outstanding. We've eaten at Grappa Cafe many times. Their seafood dishes are outstanding. I highly recommend trying the grappa! They have about 30 different kinds. What's also great about this place is that the owners are local Brooklyn people(born and raised). Be sure to talk to Luca, one of the owners. Good guy who knows a lot about his grappa.
This place is very good, not just your average Italian joint. A welcome addition to the neighborhood.