Photo: Noah Fecks

Photo: Noah Fecks

join us for dinner & brunch

Dinner: Tuesday to Saturday

Brunch: Saturday & Sunday

Closed on Mondays

657 Washington Ave Brooklyn, NY 11238

718•636•2900

 

MeMe's Diner is a neighborhood restaurant in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn serving dinner and brunch. At MeMe's, we believe that cheese balls pair well with your martini, that eating out should be simple, and that you always have room for dessert. We work from an international pantry (think chili oil, fish sauce, and tahini) combined with farmer's market produce and bodega standards (Fritos, potato chips, and wasabi peas) to create distinctly American food. 

Reservations

 Seating is first come, first served. Just come on in! (If there’s a list, we use Resy to text you when your table is ready.)

 
 Photo:  Noah Fecks

Photo: Noah Fecks

 Photo:  Noah Fecks

Photo: Noah Fecks

Press

"It’s food meant not to impress you, only to bring you joy. The best part is, it does both."

- Hannah Goldfield, "MeMe’s Diner Is Brooklyn’s Delicious, Delightful (and “Very, Very Gay”) Place to Be," Tables for Two, The New Yorker. 2/12/2018

 Breakfast Plate, Everything Bagel Babka, and Cathead Biscuit. Photo: Eric Helgas for  The New Yorker

Breakfast Plate, Everything Bagel Babka, and Cathead Biscuit. Photo: Eric Helgas for The New Yorker

"But perhaps what’s most memorable about MeMe’s Diner, especially for guests, is the immense appeal of the food and drink they serve. Named after Bill’s maternal grandmother, who married late and still drinks a Manhattan every day ('We impart her sassiness,' says Bill), their aim with the menu is 'accessible luxury, everyday indulgence.' This translates as comfort classics like meatloaf and mac and cheese, as well as entree salads topped with a Buffalo-style sliced chicken cutlet or perched on a crisp patty of fried noodles."

- Lukas Volger, "Serving Comfort," Jarry. 1/22/18

 Bill Clark and Libby Willis, Photo: Steve Viksjo for  Jarry Mag

Bill Clark and Libby Willis, Photo: Steve Viksjo for Jarry Mag

"It’s country food through and through on a menu larded with nostalgia (meatloaf, coconut cake, fluffer-nutters for brunch), but better than you ever had in the suburbs: strips of crunchy, craggy crusted chicken painted with Buffalo sauce and nubbins of bleu cheese served over a salad of greens and thinly sliced watermelon radish lightly dressed with not-too-rich Green Goddess."

- Chris Crowley, "Where to Eat Buffalo-Flavored Everything, " Grub Street. 1/25/18

 Buffalo Chicken Salad, Photo: Melissa Hom for Grub Street

Buffalo Chicken Salad, Photo: Melissa Hom for Grub Street