6001 Strickland Avenue Brooklyn NY 11234 | Tel. (718) 673-8773
Open for dining in our spacious rustic industrial outdoor space. By reservations please.
Masks are required until you are seated as encouraged by the State Health Department
OUTDOOR DINING HOURS: SUNDAY - THURSDAY 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM BY RESERVATION
Main House is under the strict supervision of Rabbi Eliyahu Matusof Shlita (347) 244 - 6758
Chassidishe Lubavitch Schechita Glatt Kosher Kemach Yoshon Pas Yisroel Mashgiach Temidi
Due to COVID-19 we are welcoming you to sit and dine in our beautiful spacious outdoor venue. In order to open our doors and to make up for the rising cost of food and operating costs during these times as well as the outdoor expansion, we must apply a COVID-19 recovery charge of 10% which does not include tips for our waiters. Take out orders do not include the Covid-19 recovery charge. The Team at Main House Thank You for your understanding, support and business.
We hope you enjoy our relaxed ambiance, rustic industrial decor by Moshe Teitelbaum of Events by Tee, as well as the ocean breeze, magnificent sunsets and starry skies. Please make reservations!
CALL TO BOOK YOUR UPCOMING EVENT IN OUR SPACIOUS OUTDOOR VENUE (SEATS OVER 100 GUESTS) HEATED OUTDOOR SPACE. THE VIP SECTION & BARN SECTION ARE COVERED
Hatzolah Members & Volunteers receive 10% off as a small token of our appreciation
Outdoor Patio Dining by Reservation
Sunday thru Thursday: 5:00 - 10:00
Fridays / Saturdays Closed
For any inquiries or to request information regarding private parties, our outdoor event space and catering
please reach us at email@example.com
Our story begins in the Borscht Belt
Back in the Borscht Belt, the Main House was the heart of the bungalow colony, a place where kids and adults congregated in the summer for 2 months of beautiful freedom. It was where lifelong friendships were forged and memories made.
Main House BBQ in Brooklyn will continue in that tradition serving as a destination where old friends can reunite and new memories be made all centered around a new style of BBQ that pays homage to the various indigenous barbecue cultures, as influenced by the global Jewish disapora, that just happens to be glatt kosher.