Founded in 1818, Brooks Brothers has been a destination for classic American clothing for nearly two hundred years.
Nice stuff, curtesy and professionalism are at the top.And if u go at the 3rd floor there is a golf simulator and it is such an amazing experience
Side Note:Their restrooms are impeccable! Sparkling clean and decadently furnished! One of the best I've seen in any clothing store!
There is nothing I love more than a well dressed man! Store offers a wide variety of elegant as well as fashionable outfits & caters to men of all ages! The store is fabulous with a pleasant staff.
Restrooms are on multiple floors. They're aren't many stalls in each, but the decor is impressive and includes an all-marble design and orchid blossoms on the counter. [Best In-Store Bathrooms in NYC]
If I were a millionaire I only shop here! Wow!!!!!!
To my slim fit brothers: check out the Red Fleece line.
For all your kilting needs, be sure to stop by the Scottish section at the far back corner of the 3rd floor.
Why has no one mentioned there's a free golf simulator for public use on the third floor??!? It's awesome.
Clark fit garment-dyed chinos
If you need a sports coat see Stuart on the fourth floor.
Visit Sandra in the digital tailoring department if you want to look your absolute best and get expert guidance.
their extra slim dress shirts are like a regular fitted style in Europe
nothing like the original brooks
This is HQ. Best selection of all the stores if a bit overwhelming. Staff is super helpful so go ahead and ask.
Second Bill's recommendation on avoiding the flagship store - the customer service leaves much to be desired. I do however highly recommend the Boston Newbury Street and the NYC FiDi locations.
I would avoid this store - it's too busy an the customer service is lacking. For a better experience go to the one in the Financial District - it's worth the trip.
The original location for a timeless American brand that will never go out of style.
I love its men’s pajamas, as well as shopping the boys department. The blazers and button-up shirts have that perfect shrunken fit. —Jane Keltner de Valle, fashion news director
If your feeling generous, I wear size 40S Fitzgerald Blazers ...