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Nightingale 9

  • 329 Smith St. Map It
  • Carroll Gardens
  • Asian

Known for

  • $10 pho bowls on Sunday
  • Crispy spring rolls
  • The bar's cocktails

Published 07/20/2005

Fodor's Review

Editor's Note: This location is no longer in operation.

Though it's named after an old Brooklyn telephone code, Nightingale 9 takes its culinary inspiration from "long distance": Asia. Dishes are reimagined with Chef Rob Newton's Arkansas childhood in mind, resulting in plates like grilled Mississippi catfish served cha ca style or duck salad with collard greens, sweet potato, chili, and basil. The setting is minimalist: concrete floor, whitewashed brick, metal seating, a few travel photographs. Pride of place goes to the Beastie Boys poster near the glassy entrance.

Restaurant Information


329 Smith St., Brooklyn, New York, 11231, USA

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Restaurant Details:

  • Closed Mon. No lunch

Published 07/20/2005


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