The Low Down
The Extras: A live band and belly dancer perform on Saturday evenings.
Save Money: Monday and Tuesday nights, everything on the wine list is 50 percent off.
When to Go: Brunch is served from 9am to 3pm on weekends, featuring omelets, pancakes, French toast and an Israeli breakfast of eggs with Labneh cheese, salad, and pita bread.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Situated on the corner of a tree-lined street and simply but comfortably appointed, this Park Slope eatery looks at first like a neighborhood restaurant. Catch a glimpse of the menu, however, and you'll know that it's not. The Israeli menuâ¦
Always look forward to the weekends
By Suzanna21 at Citysearch
Once the school week is over, I always look forward to weekend brunches in Miriams. Everything on the menu is delicious. The fresh made hummus an... Read More
Rustic Cool & Tasty
By udikore at Citysearch
My wife and I live in the city and have good friends in Park Slope. We have dined a few times in various restaurants and although we did not know M... Read More
I recommend a dinner visit
By LindeBelle at Citysearch
I know everyone raves about the brunches, but we went to Miriam for dinner and had every little "mezze" appetizer they offer--it was delicious, the... Read More
By EMcBeee at Citysearch
I try to swing by Miriam every time I'm in Park Slope. The food is great and appropriately priced. I love the mezes and they have a great wine list... Read More
one of my regular spots in the slope
By jessica a at Citysearch
I LOVE coming here for dinner, either with a few friends or with my boyfriend, and even by my lonesome. Half price wine (average bottle being $16) ... Read More