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Reis 100

375 5th Ave. , Brooklyn, NY 11215 40.671099 -73.984671
nr. 6th St.   See Map | Subway Directions Hopstop Popup
718-832-5716 Send to Phone

  • Cuisine: Bistro, Mexican
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Sun-Thu 5pm-2am; Fri, Sat 5pm-4am

Nearby Subway Stops

F, G, R at Fourth Ave.-9th St.


$4 sandwiches, $3 tacos, $3 bruschetta

Payment Methods

Cash Only

Special Features

  • Bar Scene
  • Dine at the Bar
  • Late-Night Dining


  • Full Bar


Not Accepted


This venue is closed.

This tiny sandwich shop is a welcome extension of neighboring Slope staple Bar Reis, serving an impressive array of custom sandwiches, soft tacos, and bruschetta that easily trumps blase burger-and-fries fare. It doesn't quite add up to a full-meal fine dining experience, and “mini-sandwiches” may be a more appropriate name for the conservative portions on offer, but selections themselves are almost universally delicious, especially when prefaced by a few stiff rounds next door. The space could serve as a cozy dining room all its own, its three small tables flanked by exposed brick, a full-glass facade and bright toreador-themed graphics, but barroom dining is the ideal Reis experience – patrons need only check their selections and submit menus to the nearest 'tender. The sandwiches, made with fresh bread from nearby Caputo's bakery, aren't the tidiest of dishes, but sticky fingers are a small price to pay for quality bar food (a true rarity). Mild aioli and juicy tomato slices complete a crisp breaded chicken sandwich, and a generous tuna melt lies under sizzling cheddar. Seafood choices aren’t quite as successful, but the smoked salmon and ricotta is surprisingly both moist and toasty, its fillet topped with caramelized onions. Sweet jams counter the menu's savory side; Nutella/banana and brie/honey/apple form untouchable combos. Reis' tacos are disappointingly small and dry, but for those averse to experimentation, the kitchen carries a timeless hot dog slathered with mustard and onions. Prosciutto saves an otherwise bland bruschetta to round out a lineup designed to satisfy those tipsy midnight cravings.

Recommended Dishes

Breaded Chicken, Lettuce & Tomato ($4)