The Edible Guide

Our picks for where to eat, drink and shop in Brooklyn.

Vinegar Hill House

Chefs press together in a tiny kitchen creating rustic bites illuminated by the glow of copper pots and candlelight. The dark cobblestone street outside is always eerily quiet save for the crack of swinging power cables overhead. A wood-burning fire isn’t there for ambience — it’s where the crew cooks up signature Americana recipes like the cast-iron chicken, which comes to the table in the namesake pan, moist and meaty with crackling crisp skin, or the Red Wattle country chop, a hearty slab of heritage pork served with pimento cheese grits. —Ruth Temianka

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