And then there’s all that is not Williamsburg, which is plenty. we need to mention Frankies 457 Spuntino (where you’ll find our favourite haute meatball parmesan sandwich). Then there’s Olmsted, with a super-fresh locavore ethos, and Grand Army, which combines next-level cocktails with delicious seafood. And don’t miss Al Di La Trattoria in Park Slope — one of the Brooklyn old guard, it’s still very much worth visiting.
Don’t stop there. You’ll find your fill of Asian eats in Brooklyn too. Score Thai food at LOOK by Plant Love House on Washington Ave.
And, of course, you can’t leave Brooklyn without noshing on pizza. DUMBO’s classic old-school pizzeria, Grimaldi’s is a must-visit. The aforementioned Roberta’s is another sure-fire bet, while Di Fara’s is nothing short of a Brooklyn icon.
Well, it looks like you have some chowing to do. Get thee to Brooklyn, and come hungry.
Written by Andrew Stone
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