’Tis the season to find oneself in Red Hook, the mysterious neighborhood where no subway goes. Whether by bus, car or bike, though, it…
Awash in high-end pizza and cheap beer, the rowdy neighborhood also has its fair share of interesting cocktail bars, innovative restaurants and local brews.
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From a 2019 vantage point, here are some of the can’t-miss spots in the area.
Big aLICe may be the first Queens-born brewery to open its doors in Brooklyn, but it’s not the only one.
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The team plays with everything from rhubarb and rose to langoustines.
The menu takes several departures from the beloved Cobble Hill delicatessen, namely with pork.
In a kitchen led by a Marlow Collective–alum, Gertie serves old-school lunch counter offerings updated for 2019.
The new sister spot to Pilar Cuban Eatery serves delicious coffees and pastries including guava pastelitos, breakfast empanadas and Cuban bread.
While there’s a definite time and place for meticulously designed concepts, just as many of life’s moments call for the no-pretense dive.
The new Franklin Ave. spot is less interested in beating people over the head with messaging than they are in creating a welcoming atmosphere.