If there was any doubt that Franklin Avenue is rapidly becoming Brooklyn’s most yuppie-fied main drag, the recent addition of two foodie-friendly, lactose-centric establishments to the ave is indication enough.
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Brunch is one weekend ritual many a Brooklynite would sooner sacrifice a first-born child than skip, but if increasingly long wait times and overcrowded restaurants are enough to have you considering brunching at home, ponder these spots that despite excellent food, fast service and noise levels that actually allow you to hear the gossip you got out of bed for in the first place, have somehow managed to elude the attention of the masses. Read More »
Cinco de Mayo may have started out as the commemoration of the Battle of Puebla, but these days it’s mainly an excuse to eat tacos and drink tequila. So, lucky for us, Brooklyn has a host of new Mexican food options to choose from next Sunday, or before. Read More »
With new pizzerias like Williamsburg Pizza, Juliana’s and Krescendo constantly upping Brooklyn’s slice game, it’s getting harder and harder for any mozz-and-red-sauce slinger to make a splash. Most of the media attention tends to focus on the first bites from these newbies, but a trio of old-school pizza champions each have some very good news to report this month. Read More »
It’s getting seriously spring-y outside, which must mean it’s time for–you guessed it–spring drinking! So, you could scour the entire city for the best rhubarb-and-mint-infused drinks, or you could just head over to Dekalb Avenue in Fort Greene, where you’ll find a whole slew of new spring cocktails within a two-block stretch, all for a killer price.
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