15 Amazing Dinners You Must Try In Brooklyn

15 Amazing Dinners You Must Try In Brooklyn

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When it comes to eating in Brooklyn, the options are endless. Here are the best dinner spots you need to try!

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    Chavela's does Mexican classics well and inexpensively—not reinventing the wheel, perhaps not worth traveling for, but reliable and tasty while you're there. -- Serious Eats via Foursquare
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    This cuban restaurant uses a variety of innovative clean energy solutions: solar panels, sunlight-harnessing chandeliers, rainwater collection + usage systems, a human powered bike blender, and more. -- ecomagination via Foursquare
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    PANCAKES. I recommend ordering one for the table and sharing because it is heavier than your avg pancake. Also eat while piping hot! -- Lawrence L. via Foursquare
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    It just might be the coziest rooftop in Williamsburg—and with as much French spoken as in Paris. The happy hours rock with joie de vivre that is inimitably Juliette. -- Gilt City via Foursquare
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    The cavatelli pasta alone is worth the trip to Carroll Gardens, but, then, so is the rest of the food & scene here, which is quintessentially Aging Hipster in the best possible way. [Eater 38 Member] -- Eater via Foursquare
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    It’s a palace of simple pleasures, with lots of American whisky, 25 beers and three wines on tap, $5 beer and shot specials, and an affordable menu of griddled burgers, smoked meats, fried chicken. -- AskMen via Foursquare
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    The massive beef rib is the showstopper and has earned its pitmaster an unprecedented amount of fast fame in the world of slow flame, including an appearance on Good Morning America. Don't miss out. -- Thrillist via Foursquare
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    I finally found the best tacos in W'Burg. I'm a little late but holy crap. I almost wanna cry writing this tip right now. And most importantly, all of my Cali friends approve of this place. -- Dee Phunk via Foursquare
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    Here Mac n' cheese works best when it's filled with all sort of culinary non sequiturs. Add sun dried tomatoes or jalapeños for $2, bacon for $3, fresh lobster meat for $7. Unadorned mac is $10. -- Gothamist via Foursquare
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    Once a trendsetter, now a member of the Williamsburg establishment, Fette Sau serves up a rotating menu of pork and beef ribs that leads some to tag it as the best BBQ in NYC. [Eater 38 Member] -- Eater via Foursquare
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    Asian noodle house with a strong penchant for udon. -- Serious Eats via Foursquare
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    At this hipster-Germanic bistro in the borough’s Cobble Hill neighborhood, heaping plates of choucroute and sausages and creative cocktails explain the long waits and devoted followers. -- Travel + Leisure via Foursquare
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