Brooklyn Neighborhoods and the Very Best Restaurants in Each

Brooklyn Neighborhoods and the Very Best Restaurants in Each

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Check out these restaurants in each Brooklyn Neighborhoods!

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    A changing, seasonal menu of comfortable New American fare and elegant setting makes this restaurant stand out in Ditmas Park—and has spurred more food destinations in the area.
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    Situated on the first floor of a small house in a quaint little seaside village called Vinegar Hill, “homey” is one word you could call Vinegar Hill House, but its serious chops in the kitchen belies its rustic facade.
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    Still packing in crowds (despite the advent of Pok Pok just a little ways away) and serving Korean-fried goodness like steak and eggs with kimchee rice.
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    Whether you’re a self-professed locavore, lover of authentic Southern Italian food, brick-oven Pizza fanatic, or wine connoisseur, you can find your happy place at Franny’s. And it’s a very happy place.
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    Honestly, though not as hyped as other spots in the borough, Battersby really is the best of New American cooking... (And holy crap, that kale salad!)
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    This old-school (circa 2001!) Tuscan eatery serves decidedly new-school fare (tuna salami!) in a gorgeous historic pharmacy.
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    Boerum Hill never has to go hungry again—this Northern Italian restaurant serves delectable, market-inspired fare three meals a day, seven days a week, using fresh produce from nearby Feedback Farms.
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    The skanky Gowanus Canal doesn’t scream good eating, but this gracious, grain-embracing restaurant absolutely does! Hand-cranked pastas are a must-order: we love that maltagliati with bouchon mussels and burrata!
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    New American restaurants tend to revamp their menus as often as they change out their silverware, so it’s refreshing that delicious dishes like duck meatloaf, hamwrapped brook trout, and fried chicken with cheddar waffles are reliable BC mainstays.
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    This diminutive, French-leaning boite threw off its red-sauce shackles and set the stage for a local/seasonal neighborhood food revolution.
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    Sister spots Calyer and Bellwether are also tops, but this earthy and intimate Greenpoint eatery is definitely the crown jewel. Extra points for homemade bread baked and served in a flowerpot.
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    The quintessential market-meets-eatery in Brooklyn, this restaurant may have evolved over the years into a destination but still hasn’t lost its emphasis on good, local ingredients prepared simply.
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