The Low Down
The Extras: The owners also own two other Williamsburg restaurants: DuMont Burger and the Michelin-starred Dressler.
What to Drink: Wine is offered by the bottle ($16-$40) or the glass ($7-$8). There are also seven bottled beers, including Bass, Pilsner Urquell and Stella Artois.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Along with Diner, DuMont was one of the first Williamsburg restaurants to cater to hipsters with a discerning palate. With a focus on hungry-man items, this restaurant doesn't push the envelope too far. The burger, on a brioche bun, isâ¦
Dumont Restaurant is deelish!
By Mike B at Insider Pages
Words cannot describe the gems on the menu at this incredible restaurant in Williamsburg Brooklyn. Have not had a bad meal yet here. Staff are aw... Read More
By Astrid C at Insider Pages
I came here for brunch one lazy sunday with a group of friends and the service was fairly decent. The brunch drinks are really delicious & I recomm... Read More
Wonderfully cute little place.
By Gabriel B. at Judy's Book
Dumont has some of the best burgers I've had in the city. And their cheese plate appetizer is truly a gift to cheese lovers. Their homemade pickl... Read More
gem of a restaurant hidden in Williamsburg
By Kelly O at Insider Pages
This mid-range restaurant right off of the Lorimer stop on the L is easy to pass by, and the restaurant likes it that way. They don't take reservat... Read More
hidden gem in Williamsburg
By Kelly O. at Judy's Book
This mid-range restaurant right off of the Lorimer stop on the L is easy to pass by, and the restaurant likes it that way. They don't take reserva... Read More