Lobo

218 Court St BrooklynNY11201
Closed
Sunday
10:00am-11:59pm
Monday
11:00am-11:59pm
Tuesday
11:00am-11:59pm
Wednesday
11:00am-11:59pm
Thursday
11:00am-11:59pm
Friday
11:00am-11:59pm
Saturday
10:00am-11:59pm
Payment Methods: Cash
Average Rating
3.5
Total Reviews
(73)
Recommended 0
Not Recommended 0
Average Rating Over Time
Map

Open Map

Description

Lobo can be found at Court St 218. The following is offered: Restaurants. The entry is present with us since Sep 8, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 12, 2013. In Brooklyn there are 1890 other Restaurants. An overview can be found here.
by opendius on April 12, 2015 from opendius

Tips

Know Before You Go: Lobo has carried over some of Harvest's more popular brunch items for its own menu.
by ezlocal on November 03, 2012 from ezlocal
Know Before You Go:
Lobo has carried over some of Harvest's more popular brunch items for its own menu.
by Citysearch on November 03, 2009 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

Rustic, heavily affected decor means that the food will either seem that much more authentic or, conversely, more ridiculous. For all of the effort put into bleached skulls and wooden frame doors, the food itself sadly suffers from a lack of the same attention to flavor.
by nyc on November 03, 2012 from nyc
Tex-Mex that'll satisfy wolfish appetites--and some of the best margaritas in the area.:
The Scene
Located in the two-floor space formerly occupied by Harvest, Lobo piles on Southwestern decor that tips perilously close to being kitschy. Sombreros and spurs line the walls;...
by by Justin Hartung at Citysearch on October 25, 2004 from Citysearch

Information from the business

Tex-Mex that'll satisfy wolfish appetites--and some of the best margaritas in the area.
by Citysearch on December 23, 2016 from Citysearch
Having been born and raised in Texas and Oklahoma, all I ever ate was Tex-Mex food. In 1994, I moved to NYC and was totally disenchanted with Mexican food options. It was not bad, but it sure was not Tex-Mex. So, in 2003 I opened LOBO in Brooklyn to satisfy the hankering most of us displaced Texans have for chili con queso, rich and spicy con carne sauce and the basic yet flavorful cheese...
by homestead on May 08, 2015 from homestead