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Can anyone suggest a place to have lunch within
walking distance of the Brooklyn Botanic? ... even a
long walk? I am looking for an alternative to the
Terrace Cafe in the Garden and am not fuss...
Hi, we're continuing a thread from the "What's My
Craving" board. Joe D. was asking about places in
Northern Brooklyn, and I pressed him to tell us about
what he's already tried. Here was his an...
I know this seems like a very bacic request, but all the bagels I get are either cooked from pre-frozen dough (and taste like it) or are huge, puffy airbags. Where can I get good, real bagels in m...
I pass by a lot of pint sized restauarants in the North
Brooklyn area. Are any of them any good?
Gack! I just had a salad with some supermarket feta
that was more like an industrial sealant than the
actual item. Whoever made that garbage and then
decided to label it as feta should be flog...
I'm interested in eating sushi in Brooklyn and would be
grateful for restaurant suggestions. Thanks for your
Is there a connection between David's Bisket of Crown
heights and Famous Brisket on Court Street near
I know this is a long shot . . . but does anyone know
of good French dining in Brooklyn? My wife and I like
French cuisine, but we don't like Manhattan prices.
We had a surprisingly good dinner last night at OZNOT'S DISH [79 Berry Street, at 9th Street; 718-599-6596], a Middle Eastern-inspired restaurant in Williamsburg which we'd never heard of before ou...
I have an out-of-town visitor and am taking her walking across the Brooklyn Bridge this weekend. Can anyone suggest any cafes on the Brooklyn side, not too far from the Bridge?
Taking a friend out to eat for her birthday. She would
like to have Indian food. I usually go to Manhattan,
but would rather stick closer to home. Is there any
place that has good Indian food in...
Great butcher on 8th Ave. and 59th St. (I think)--
Berlick's: a Turkish place with great lamb and great
prices. Also poultry beef and veal, although I've
only bought lamb here. Also fresh produ...
I'd like to state for the record that Eric Asimov's NY Times review last week of wonderful Milan's Restaurant was based on an independent discovery of his, even though it also happens to appear in ...
I took a walk down Fifth Ave. yesterday, and spied a lot of great looking spots along the Park Slope-Sunset Park axis. There's Mexican, Salvadoran, Ecuadorian, Polish -- anyone have any recommendat...
My friend Nathaniel was telling me last night about a
Polish restaurant, one of his faves, on 5th Ave. near
14th St. in (what I guess is still) Park Slope. Has
anyone got any experience with thi...
Being a lover of great bagels, I couldn't find a bagel anymore outside of Zabars on the upper west side, that didn't have sugar in it. None of them were tasting anymore like the bagels I grew up ea...
We are meeting some friends for dinner in the Park
Slope area next week, and I was wondering if anyone
had any suggestions. I am dying to try Milan's, but
Mrs D. just started weight watchers (b...
In reply to my question about eateries near Dyker Heights Christmas lights, Jenkalb suggested chowhound favorite Karam, can you tell me more? What kind of food? Thanks
Okay, as long as you asked, I may as well plug the
cheeseburger I recently had at Pete's Waterfront Ale
House. I should preface my forthcoming adulation with
the modifier that I have had many b...
Spent a wonderful Valentine's Day devouring Brooklyn's best....
I began my day at 330 Hicks Street just off of Atlantic Avenue at Fatoosh Pitza. It's one of my faves on Atlantic Avenue and as ...
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