Cafe Rue Dix is a French and Senegalese cafe, restaurant, and bar located in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. Serving traditional Senegalese cuisine as well as typical french cafe fare. Priding themselves on using fresh ingredients and bold spices to create some of the best franco-senegalese dishes in NYC. Breakfast, lunch, weekend brunch, and dinner.
"I have invented many an excuse to go to Crown Heights just to visit Cafe Rue Dix. I haven’t come across many French-Senegalese restaurants in NYC, but it’s their inventive cocktails and stellar food that make them such a stand out. Pre-Covid, their low-lit, intimate dining room was a favorite spot for grabbing dinner, but now I’ll just make my daily walk a trek for Cafe Rue Dix takeout. Also, not that I personally have ever done this, but their bathroom decor is perfect for those nights when you have 1 too many cocktails and find yourself taking selfies for 10 minutes until your friends come to find out what could possibly be taking you this long. Again, not speaking from personal experience.” - New York musician + co-founder of Radical Resilience, Kira Metcalf.
1451 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, USA