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Cafe Remy brings back the supper club with nightly dinner and dancing

Cafe remy 2 The supper club is alive and thriving in Brooklyn at Cafe Remy.

Owner Eddie Batiz closed his Manhattan location of the same name and brought the show to his old neighborhood, Bay Ridge, where he's packing in the crowds weekly with live Latin Jazz, Big Band, Blues, Reggae and Jazz bands.

The club, which seats 100 plus for dinner or parties, has a dark and sexy ambiance, a working fire place, and gorgeous in-ceiling stained glass appointments. The full bar has cozy lounge seating in addition to bar seating. Coat check and valet parking round out the velvet rope treatment.

Dinner is served Wednesday through Sunday from 6-10 pm. After dinner, tables are whisked away to create a dance floor and nightclub action begins. Two seatings (12 and 2 pm) for Sunday"s $21 brunch offer two carving stations and unlimited mimosas.

Cafe remy interior Head chef Sixto Fuentes deftly walks the line between Latin flavors and continental cuisine. The ceviche is citrusy and meaty, full of plump tender shrimp, scallops and calamari. Served with a shot of white sangria and garnished with edible orchids, the starter is tropical elegance. The mofongo, presented in a sculptural tower, features mashed plantains with savory pork and gravy and is a deliciously different take on a Puerto Rican specialty. Be sure to order a pitcher of the fruit-packed red sangria.

Go early and stay late.  Don't forget your dancing shoes.

For more information: Cafe Remy 7110 Third Ave Brooklyn 718.745.0748