Monday, August 6, 2007

Cheap Eats (per NY Magazine)

Now Playing: My Morning Jacket- Okonokos (still)

The Cheap Eats issue of New York Magazine is just about leave stands so in an effort to make one of my personal favorite issues of the year stick around a bit longer, here is list of the ace places in the hood that made the ranks.
My Note: None of these are actually *that* cheap...

Bocca Lupo 391 Henry St., at Warren St., Cobble Hill, Brooklyn (bottom left)
- Really yummy small plates and sandwiches. The meatballs alone are worth a visit.

Flatbush Farm7 6–78 St. Marks Ave., nr. Sixth Ave., Park Slope, Brooklyn (top left)
-Great bar and restaurant. Good, strong cocktails. Just tried brunch there for the first time recently and it too was scrumptious.

Hibino 333 Henry St., nr. Pacific St., Cobble Hill, Brooklyn (top right)
- Still need to try but have heard good things. Whenever I run by there are people waiting outside.

Lucali 575 Henry St., nr. Carroll St., Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn (bottom right)
- AMAZING. They only serve pies and calzones. Literally that is it but it is the best pizza I have ever had. Handcrafted by candlelight. BYOB. Very long wait time.

Petite Crevette 144 Union St., entrance on Hicks St., Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn
- Dying to try as I have heard that the seafood is out of this world. Although Brooklyn Fish Camp is my current fav.

1 comment:

BrooklynInn said...

Lucali's is really great - there is absolutely no reason to go to Grimaldi's now...