The Low Down
Know Before You Go: Although the food is good enough to leave you metaphorically wanting more, the smallish size of the portions may leave you literally still hungry, depending on your appetite.
The Extras: Dressler's more casual sister restaurants Dumont and Dumont Burger are just a stone's throw away.
Fun Fact: DresslerÂs siblings include the popular nearby restaurants Dumont and Dumont Burger.
What to Drink: Try house cocktails like the Gretsch, a cool combination of Hendricks Gin, dry vermouth and cucumber ($9) named after the former musical instrument factory nearby.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Dressler is a Brooklyn restaurant through and through. First, the owner also owns Brooklyn's similarly styled DuMont. Dressler also has Brooklyn style, from the wrought-iron chandeliers to the scruffy floors---all designed and restored byâ¦
By hairpiecew at Citysearch
Quality Food, with Room for Improvement, Great Food,all around fantastic!!! â The adornment is extremely cool, however in a not really clear w... Read More
Great, loud, crowded, good vibe
By Hotelie09 at Menuism
Great, loud, crowded, good vibe (1) Baby Beet & Citrus Salad: <none> Read More
By sfrucht02 at Citysearch
I ate here last summer and had an incredible house-made ravioli. The baby beet salad was amazing. Great quality, but maybe not the mind-bending exp... Read More
Playful American cuisine and a hip scene
By Melanie Berliet at Citysearch
Dressler's interior is Gothic chic, with wrought iron-lined light boxes and a dazzling palazzo tiled floor. The restaurant, bolstered by critical p... Read More
Quality Food, with Room for Improvement
By vyieort at Citysearch
Last night I visited Dressler with a friend of mine, forgetting that I had actually already been there a few years ago. \r \r After walking in, ... Read More