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Brooklyn restaurants

Brooklyn has its fair share of high-end restaurants, but it's the casual neighborhood spots that are really worth the extra few subway stops from Manhattan. The borough has become a hotbed for artisanal food companies—many of them now selling their tasty wares at the Brooklyn Flea. And that do-it-yourself attitude extends to the restaurants, too, where you'll discover rooftop farms and in-house butchers. Sustainable and organic are buzzwords at places like Chestnut, Franny's, and Marlow & Sons. These days, it's hard to find a new Brooklyn restaurant that doesn't subscribe to the locally sourced philosophy. New American dominates, but there are also ethnic restaurants aplenty: Russian and Ukrainian out near Coney Island, Chinese in Sunset Park, and Middle Eastern along Atlantic Avenue.

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Al Di Là Trattoria, Brooklyn

The pioneer of the Fifth Avenue scene, this convivial Venetian place, with its wooden tables, rickety chairs, and understated yellow dining room, has held up...more

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Alma, Brooklyn

The secret may be out by now, but you'll still feel in the know as you sip your Patron Silver premium tequila on the rooftop terrace of this tri-level Nuevo...more

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Buttermilk Channel, Brooklyn

Meals get off to a sweet start at Buttermilk Channel, when warm popovers dripping with honey and sea salt arrive instead of a bread basket. Named for a nearby...more

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Dressler, Brooklyn

This New American standout in South Williamsburg undoubtedly raised a few eyebrows when it set up shop across the street from hallowed Peter Luger in 2006. But...more

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Frankie's 457 Spuntino, Brooklyn

A spuntino, according to Frankie Falcinelli's nonna, is a snack and also a place that serves them—so what else could Falcinelli and Frankie Castronovo...more

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Franny's, Brooklyn

At first glance, this unassuming trattoria on the northern fringe of Park Slope might seem an unlikely candidate for what some glossies (most notably New York...more

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Ici, Brooklyn

Fort Greene's abundance of 19th century brownstones and French expats can lend it a decidedly European feel. This haute bistro certainly plays a role as well,...more

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Islands, Brooklyn

You might think you've wandered into someone's kitchen by accident at this Caribbean hideaway across from the Brooklyn Museum—the exposed oven, narrow...more

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Marlow & Sons, Brooklyn

Marlow & Sons was one of the first hipster restaurants in Brooklyn to take the seasonal movement to the masses (at least those prepared to trek to this...more

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Peter Luger, Brooklyn

The menu is limited; the service can be brusque; and unless you have a house account, you have to bring cash. But none of that stops Manhattanites from cabbing...more

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