Vogue's Guide to Brooklyn - Best Restaurants & Bars

Vogue's Guide to Brooklyn - Best Restaurants & Bars

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These days the City of Light has nothing on New York’s Left Bank (well, with a few exceptions). Herewith, the restaurants that make the borough the latest capital of cool.

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    Evan and Oliver Haslegrave’s watering hole occupies a historic 1850s building with vaulted ceilings, wood floors, and a curved bar. Well-crafted cocktails and Mexican bar snacks fill the menu.
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    With only a couple dozen seats and a no-reservations policy, this culty little spot can be hard to get into. But the exquisite farm-to-table cooking—the roasted lobster is a standout—is worth the wait.
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    Well-heeled Brooklynites pack this charming Boerum Hill trattoria for imaginative fresh pasta dishes, friendly service,and a lively atmosphere.
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    A Park Slope institution since 1998, this northern Italian dining room with a warm, rustic vibe is known for its braised rabbit and squid-ink pasta.
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    Some of the best steaks and chops in the borough (not to mention an expert brunch and great beer list) are at this German-inspired Carroll Gardens restaurant. Vest-sporting waiters and a Prohibition-era vibe add to the appeal.
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    When it comes to pizza, few places in Brooklyn measure up to this massively popular wood-burning-oven pizza joint in Bushwick, where the wait for a seat at one of the communal tables is eased by the tiki bar in the garden.
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    Fresh ingredients and imaginative combinations are the draw at this new juice bar specializing in raw and organic juices and superfood smoothies.
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    Heath Ledger was the benefactor of this casual, nautical-themed hangout in Greenpoint. Go for the Five Leaves Burger—pickled beets, grilled pineapple, and an egg over-easy—and the toffee pudding.
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    The seasonal, local-centric menu changes daily at this Fort Greene outpost of the Marlow & Sons empire. Two constants: the terrific wine list of hard-to-find bottles and the sinful dark-chocolate sorbet.
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    The views are just the beginning at Andrew Tarlow’s hip, year-old Williamsburg rooftop bar serving a just-so selection of artisanal cocktails. Dinner is served at Reynard, Tarlow’s creative New American restaurant downstairs.
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    This cozy tapas spot features a menu of creative southern Spanish dishes, including a delicious white almond gazpacho with squid and shrimp.
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    This 1920s throwback serves up absinthe cocktails and fresh oysters (don’t miss oyster happy hour) to an old-time jazz sound track.
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