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Beloved mom and pop Cobble Hill bakery brings the sweet stuff to Dumbo. Mini cookies with names like Sadie (orange-flavored butter cookie) and Lana (chocolate with raspberry jam) so precious you al... read more
After a decade of dues paying, Kensington takeout shop adds a bistro in Ditmas. Proper sit-down space good for date nights, with flowers, gold-embossed walls, and dandelion-esque light fixtures ove... read more
Longtime City Bakery hands (R. and D., Rosen and Dima) bring the charming American thing to Prospect Heights. Comfort food foundation, sophisticated results. Humble dishes like meatloaf, liver, an... read more
Not so much a bar as a more neighborhoody version of big sib restaurant Al di Là. (Corvo references Crown Heights’ past as Crow Hill). Fave pastas carry over, joined by new attractions... read more
Slope’s no longer a 'Q desert, thanks to Palo Santo and friends laying in some slow-smoking hickory. Tiny space like a country shack, outfitted with salvaged wood, mirrored tiles, old brick. ... read more
Not a P.E. euphemism, named for a harness racer from a partner's family. Steed is immortalized on the walls, amid vintage brick and tin surrounds. Wood-burning oven ups the atmosphere, cranks out t... read more
Outer-borough fusion spot excited to host your next acid trip. Design aesthetic borrowed from a Grand Theft Auto nightclub. Blown-out atrium with ginormous light panels, dangling fixtures, electric... read more
Ace Hotel lunch sensation bounces back to the borough of its birth. G-Point location combines gourmet sandwiches, full bar. Sub bread baked daily by Caputo in Carroll Gardens, framing innovative co... read more
Located on the north end of south Park Slope, Top Chef alum Dale Talde's new restaurant—with partners David Massoni and John Bush of the beloved Thistle Hill Tavern down the avenue—is a... read more
Former Saraghina owner stays in the hood, drops a Medi-seafood joint on Halsey. Interior like a galley, with fishing nets and lifesavers upping the atmosphere. Whitewashed walls, industrial w... read more
Australian-based boutique roaster breaks all the rules. Sticking out from the homogenous coffee scene brewed up in Williamsburg, Toby's makes coffee designed for you, by you. Unlike cramped co... read more
It's not like Sheepshead Bay is really a culinary wasteland (though some Manhattanites would have you believe that), but a sushi spot as slick and pricey as this is kind of a rarity in these parts.... read more
Danny Meyer's play for global burger domination lays claim to a prime corner of the Fulton Mall. Serves up delectable, salty burgers—slightly larger than White Castle standard issue but beyon... read more
Graham Avenue spot confounding smart phones with name plucked from long-departed local byway. Chef’s worked at wd-50 and The Box, partnered up now with former Esca wine director. Wine list is... read more
A block from the Gowanus Canal, but proprietors assure the public they don't source clams there. Instead, it's classic New England casual shack-chic, including clam roll, lobster roll, and raw bar.... read more
Bovine in need of Coppertone, stat! Moo Group drops another neighborly hang, this one focusing on Austral-Asian cuisine. Beer-battered barramundi bánh mì, shaking beef with watercress... read more
Taavo Somer of Freemans fame gets rustic across the river. Wood galore, stacked in cords in back, along the ceiling beams, and dividing the geodesic light fixtures. Aged brick and tile floor to com... read more
Landmark 1952 Wythe Diner gets the Esquina treatment. Like downtown original, varies from tacos at the window to formal surrounds in the dark back room. Chrome-trimmed dining car dispenses a cool h... read more
Slightly hidden down a side street near the East River, this seemingly cozy sidewalk cafe turns into a late night bar hotspot. As if the place were carved out of a giant tree, everything on the ins... read more
One-stop shopping with great blend of cutting-edge chic and ready-t...
Michael White of Ai Fiori et al does an Italian steakhouse south of...
South Brooklyn Pizza peeps wrap a stealth Italian spot around their...
Appointment-only, hour-long guided shopping experience. Second show...
Sleek spinning studio became a mini-chain in a snap. Addictive clas...