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.
From citrusy mezcals to complex rums, here are some of Shannon Mustipher’s current go-tos.
The Prospect Heights restaurant has become a case study in how a cocktail program can be used to help reduce a restaurant’s food waste.
Strong Rope Brewery sees itself as a sort of missionary for New York hop farmers and malt houses. And the beer’s delicious, too.
When it comes to eating and drinking, we dream of Greenpoint.
The team plays with everything from rhubarb and rose to langoustines.
In a kitchen led by a Marlow Collective–alum, Gertie serves old-school lunch counter offerings updated for 2019.
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.
A delicious collaboration from Daniel, Mirazur, Booker & Dax and Bearded Lady alums, the new space aims to allow the Oxalis team to do their own thing.
How Barboncino raises the stakes on a classic combo of gin, lemon, sugar and Champagne.