Bars We Love: Get comfy and get full at Dean Street!

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Photo by Noah Fecks

Dean Street
755 Dean St. (at Underhill St.)
Prospect Heights
(718) 783-3326

What is it: A laid-back gastro pub that doubles as Pro-Cro neighborhood joint, nestled in a quiet corner of Dean at Underhill.

Why we love it: You can enjoy a drink and a chat with the friendly regulars or sit down to a meal from new executive chef David Glenn, who hails from the successful pop-up New Orleans-inspired café the Tchoup Shop.

Who to bring: A good friend; or somebody you admire and want to know better.

What to order: Try out one of the flavorful small plates, like brisket duck boudin balls with creole mustard and bread and butter pickles ($7), or crispy confit chicken wings with chipotle jam and cilantro and lime crema.

Dean Street fun fact: The owners went to middle school together on Long Island!

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  1. Just went here for the first time last night and it was great. The bartender and the waitress were really pleasant.

  2. I have never heard anyone seriously refer to this neighborhood as “ProCro” besides sketchy douchebag brokers. Don’t emulate them.

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