Edie Jo’s
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Hours of Operation

11:00 AM - 12:00 AM
11:00 AM - 12:00 AM
11:00 AM - 12:00 AM
11:00 AM - 1:00 AM
10:00 AM - 1:00 AM
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM


Seasonal American restaurant that plays on culinary nostalgia with an open kitchen & wooden booths.

630 Flatbush Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11225

Recent Reviews

The food is pretty good dont get me wrong, but if you’re not a regular you dont get 5 start service. I wouldn’t even put it at 2 star service. Getting a servers attention was impossible, I ordered a mixed drink and they gave me half of the drink because they were out of the other half. A server should have came over and told me, I would have gotten something else but I didnt wanna be a bother so I kept the drink. Then my wings were over done for my 2 year old and the manager seemed upset I wanted it taken off the bill even though my son ate one wing. I was gojng to leave a little $3 tip just cause. But he rushed our check out process so I stood quiet. As a black woman its a shame to watch a black man treat yt people better than his own. I will never be returning, ever. Didnt feel welcomed and I live across the street.
It's a horrible experience.we went for brunch and waited almost 2 hours and food was horrible overcooked and bad.and when we complained about the food they gave us that face.its a horrible experience and service was bad l.i regret giving tips.they only gave 20 percent off from the food.service was also.really disappointing
First let me say that the hostess was very welcoming. The first introduction of any establishment always makes the first impression and she made the best. If I'm being honest this place wasn't my first option but it was open and I was hungry. What's interesting about this place is the menu is virtual. You scan a QR code for the menu, order straight from a website and pay through your phone. The French toast was really good, strawberry and blueberries were fresh. The toast had a nice chew to it especially with the maple syrup. The open biscuit sandwich with sunny side up egg, cheese and beef pork sausage was delicious. The patty was thick and has some herbs which were present when you cut right through it. Even though I would have preferred a turkey or chicken sausage alternative, I liked the added twist of maple syrup drizzle. It was still savory enough that there was no need for ketchup. And the fresh OJ was on point. Price wise it averages depending on what you get with similar places in the area. But overall it's a good option in a pinch if you're in the mood for brunch. I would like to see a more expensive menu and substitution options. And one minor negative would be that my table had a cup water stain but I personally didn't see the need to make a big deal about it since it was barely visible and dried up.
Food was amazing, I especially recommend the fried chicken sandwich. Very cute space, good music. We did order coffees to go after and I would not recommend that. They took a very long time and were not particularly good. I am also not a big fan of the order through your phone system, I like to enjoy my experiences phone free.
I love this place, but especially when Denise comes out on Wednesdays. She takes the vibes to another level. Wheelchair accessibility: Flat entryway - accessible for all and accommodations can be made if necessary.
Ben & Kimathi we’re absolutely amazing! Very professional & attentive! Top quality food & service! Highly recommend this hidden gem.
The food was great, but the service was really strange. The waitress confused us on how to order and get our foods, and we weren't tended to very often. There was only one server at the time, so that may be the reason. I'm willing to go back though. With better service, I can easily give this place a 5.
Vegetarian options: Meatless options. Lots of flexibility.Kid-friendliness: Great relaxed atmosphere. Not stuffy.

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