Already a New York Times Critic’s Pick, Nansense is well on its way to broadening diners’ understanding of Afghan food.
This tiny neighborhood is jam-packed with some of Brooklyn’s coolest food and drink spots.
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.
Barrow’s Intense Ginger Liqueur has opened the tasting room as an extension of their Industry City operation.
Mexicocina Agaveria opened its second location on Washington Avenue and Prospect Place.
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Emma’s Torch, which already has a Carroll Gardens restaurant, is a nonprofit designed to provide restaurant training to refugees.
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