Cobble Hill and Carroll Gardens retain a neighborhoody charm that can often feel drained from other areas of Brooklyn, making it a place people head to, whether they’re off to the movies, picking up falafel at Sahadi’s or sipping a Cosmopolitan at Long Island Bar. There’s a lot to take in and a lot of varied cuisines to choose from, whether one’s in the mood for Thai or soul food or Venezuelan. Cinch, the Cobble Hill and Carrol Gardens Neighborhood app, is leading a Taste of Summer Culinary Week between July 11 and July 21. Here, a list of some of the best options in an area stuffed with them.
187 Atlantic Ave.
Is there a better store in Brooklyn? Probably not, which is why it’s been around since 1948. From the incredible array of Middle Eastern groceries to the delicious prepared foods, Sahadi’s has been both a neighborhood staple and a destination go-to, perfect for the everyday and when a party necessitates a big spread.
360 Furman St.
This wine shop stocks a selection of sustainably produced wines from all around the world, and the spirits selection varies from the mainstream to the small batch.
Take A Break And I’ll Bake
489 Court St.
Here they serve everything from sweet and savory crepes to paninis, Southern-style baked goods and other breakfast, lunch and bakery items. This husband-and-wife-owned spot has been around since 2012.
East One Coffee Roasters
384 Court St.
Not just a coffee shop and not just a roaster, the spacious East One serves all-day food that’s enjoyable whether sitting in the large, airy space with or without a laptop.
277 Smith St.
Venezuelan eats are on offer at this small space where guests dine on arepas at communal tables.
Long Island Bar
110 Atlantic Ave.
Nothing beats the classic mid-century vibe of this bar and restaurant, where the cocktails and burgers keep the booths packed throughout the week.
NU Hotel Bar
85 Smith St.
This boutique hotel has a hip bar with sidewalk seating, making it a great pre-Barclays Center event choice.
The Chocolate Room
51 5th Ave.
Every chocolate fiend must pop into the Chocolate Room, where there are cakes, brownies, confections and more to satisfy even the deepest craving.
142 Smith St.
Home-style Thai food is served at this family-owned restaurant, where the mom taught her son traditional recipes and he carries on the legacy.
The Soul Spot
302 Atlantic Ave.
Pick up soul and Caribbean food at this Atlantic Avenue restaurant where jerk chicken rules the day.
JuJu Cafe & Deli
143 Smith St.
There’s nothing predictable about the food served at this deli, where they serve Japanese items like kani riceballs and sushi rolls, Korean street-food sandwiches, and buttermilk chicken sandwiches.
Fat Cat Wines
538 Court St.
This wine shop has a big selection of both wines and spirits, as well as sake and dessert wines.
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Blossom Poke Bowl
153 Remsen St.
There are both traditional poke bowls here, filled with fish, as well as a chicken edition and vegan options, like the organic tofu bowl filled with various seaweed and dressed in roasted sesame sauce.
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