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Live On Air Brooklyn, Prospect Heights

Motosport | Jan 9, 201712:30 PM    

Before heading to Prospect Park for the NYE fireworks we went to a new restaurant in Prospect Heights called Live On Air Brooklyn.
I'd heard of it thru the grapevine. It sounded like an interesting concept. Since my new squeeze had never been to Brooklyn we decided to give it a shot.
They have an interesting concept: They broadcast live on social media. Local commentary with input by the clients.
The menu is what I would call American/Cajun and excellent. Very nice ambience, attentive, attractive servers and super tasty food. They don't have their liquor license yet so we were served complimentary cider, a nice touch.
For a new spot in town there was a good crowd and everyone seemed happy.
We planned on hitting Junior's after the fireworks for some Strawberry Cheese Pie, a New Year tradition, so we skipped dessert but the next table was wowed by their chocolate dessert.
Check it out and have your 15 minutes of fame.

Junior's Restaurant & Bakery
Junior's Restaurant and Bakery
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