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1.62 Restaurants - Brooklyn
Best Pizza in New York. Fresh thin Napoleon pizza; with bits of basil which Mr. DeMarco grows right at his window, freshly grated cheese, baked with love, finally topped off with parmesan cheese.
New York Metro's 2004 Best Pizza pick.
386 Flatbush Avenue Extension at Dekalb Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11201
Everyday from 8am to 7pm EST
This Brooklyn institution is famous for it's fabulosity as well as it's cheesecake. While you can go just for dessert, it's worth going to Junior's for the food. Breakfast is generous, starting with the complimentary plate of mini rolls and danishes. Lunch and dinner cover a wide range from traditional New York deli to a taste of southern soul food. The yam fries are recommended. Even the tunafish salad is good (unlike too many places that puree their tuna with too much mayo.) The chocolate egg creams are among the best I've had outside my own kitchen. As if that weren't enough, the service is friendly and professional, and the clientele is a diverse cross-section of Brooklyners. This place makes me proud of my borough.
2725 86th St. (between Ave. U and V),
Both a sit down restaurant and a pizza parlor.
Get a pie of Sicilian and walk away with a smile.
Sausage and peppers amazing as well if you feel like having a sandwich.
Newly renovated, this 25 year-old establishment is providing Brighton area with the best food and entertainment year-round. Live music, live show at 10PM and Russian/French cuisine. Open till 3AM on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Call for reservations. Dress code - no jeans, no sneakers. Expensive. You may bring your own liquor.
Brooklyn, N.Y. 11211
Some of the best steaks (definitely in my top 3) in the city. Portions are generous and the atmosphere and dining areas remind you of the beer halls back in the early 1900s. It is a tad pricey and they won't accept any credit cards except for their own, but their steaks are more than worth it.
195 Fifth Avenue, Park Slope
Absolutely delicious sandwiches--they use the "press" (like on those yummy cuban sandwiches) with all kinds of delicious ingredients (my own favorite, custom designed by me, is grilled chicken with sweet onion jam, garlic spread, sun-dried tomatos and artichoke hearts). So you get a crispy, crunchy, bread, slightly flattened, with warm ingredients. Beer and wine, and good music (satellite radio!) and a patio in the back. Service can be a bit inattentive, and never exactly friendly, but the sandwiches are totally worth it. (Cash only, beware!)
Fish and Chips ( with Indian Food menu )
The Park Slope ChipShop.
383 Fifth Ave. (at 6th St)
Brooklyn, NY 11215 718-832-7701 / 718-CHIPSHOP
Hours: Mon - Wed 12-10 pm
Thurs - Fri 12-10:30 pm
Sat 11 am-11 pm
Sun 11 am -10 pm
Deep fried Twinkies too!
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Website here: »www.rivercafe.com/