I couldn’t describe properly the odd but lovely airiness to the step-down, slightly subterranean dining room, or how it felt simultaneously elegant but comfortable, like I’d eaten there a thousand times before.
Chefs around the city are sharpening their knives and firing up their grills for Eat-Drink-Local week, our eight-day love fest for our foodshed which kicks off Saturday. We won’t spoil all the fun, but here are just a few of the gloriously local dishes you, too, can be devouring next week.
Edible Brooklyn has always fostered feasting on our foodshed, but the philosophy leaps off the page during our annual eat Drink Local Week.
A few words from our editor Gabrielle Langholtz.
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