An charming French bistro in Williamsburg, La Cafette serves heavenly bites such as caramalized banana topped french toast and stewed onions on brie toast.
Selamat Pagi serves up fresh, seasonal, and traditional Indonesian dishes using lots of lemongrass, galangal, turmeric, coconut and more in Brooklyn.
For those of us who are impatient to visit Rider located in Williamsburg for brunch, read this post to see how you can create the Lemon + Fennel Doughnuts recipe featured on the menu
Pazzi Pasta in Brooklyn is taking a new look at fresh pasta. Unique ingredients, fresh grains and pasta classes. It all makes for a great experience!
When a Bushwick coffee shop starts serving brunch and dinner, good things happen. Check out Fair Weather Bushwick’s mouth-watering menu.
As part of its massive transformation The New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge bakes, bottles and brews some exciting fare proving Brooklyn is the place to be for the summer.
Bill Reed and Sam Nahid of Brooklyn’s Humboldt + Jackson give their favorite beer and cheese pairings complete with helpful tips
In the heart of Williamsburg, The Regal offers classic drinks and house specialties. The kitchen’s French-taught headed chef Seth Levine presents a new take on the traditional gastropub fare that won’t disappoint.
Garrett Oliver of Brooklyn Brewery talks home brewing and his favorite beer right now.
Calling all chocolate lovers! Have you every tried virgin, unroasted chocolate? Now is your chance. Brooklyn’s small-batch gives us the scoop and the opportunity to enter to win a six-month supply of chocolate.
Just when you thought a breakfast sandwich couldn’t get any better, we present to you the almighty French Toast Sandwich.
Easily overlooked, Union Pizza Works in Bushwick greets guests not only with pizza, but pastas, fresh salads, creative cocktails, and affordable wines.
Houdini Kitchen Laboratory is nestled in the up-and-coming Bushwick neighborhood dishing out delicious pizzas in their new outdoor space.
Pi(e) Day is here and any good math or pie lover is going to celebrate. Learn the history of Pi(e) Day and take a peek at Brooklyn’s best pie shop!
The second brainchild of Morimoto alums, this izakaya-style venture ups the ante with obscure eats that will please Brooklyn’s most adventurous eaters.
When you think of “new” Brooklyn– cool and hip and fun– Gowanus might not be the first place that comes to mind. Here is a plan that is sure to woo you.
Celebrate like an Italian this Christmas Eve with a winning cocktail recipe from Franny’s in Brooklyn.
They create cocktails, “mountain” soda, and nose-to-tail dishes made with locally farmed ingredients. Take a visual tour and try not to drool.
Be sure to include beer and Nordic street food in your day on Sept. 14th at NORTH, hosted at Brooklyn Brewery. Stop by for a beer and a taste of the cuisine!
Discover the food and beach scene of the Rockaways. Only a short bike ride from Brooklyn.
The inner circle of specialty coffee is small, interconnected. Budin is a welcoming Scandinavian coffee bar in Greenpoint with imported Scandinavian goods.
From Williamsburg, to watering holes in Bushwick or East Williamsburg dives, B’klyn Burro delivers nightly burritos to hungry Brooklyn bar patrons.
For a taste of international coffee in the US head to Budin. Regardless of price, there are a variety of complex roasts available that must be tasted.
In the world of food, where Manahattan has glory, Brooklyn has heart.
Carly DeFilippo visits Franny’s in Brooklyn for an upscale interpretation of the “Feast of the Seven Fishes”.
At Martha in Fort Greene, Chef Andres Valbuena serves up a multi-cultural menu that riffs on cuisine from all corners of the globe.
At a farm in North Jersey, a team headed by an ex-engineer churns out European-style cheese to be turned into sandwiches with an nostalgic Americana twist.
Carly DeFilippo takes us to Brooklyn’s Take Root for a sustainable and seasonal 8 course tasting menu: Amuse bouche, baby eggplants, French onion soup..
Omnivore started like a rebellion, [spring from the] understanding that food and cuisine were about to change, that they needed to change in France. Young chefs arriving…
Paul Liebrandt’s The Elm serves up some of the most delicious and affordable — not to mention beautiful — French-influenced food around.
Greenpoint Fish & Lobster Co. hosts a “Sunday at Sea” cruise full of fresh seafood and striking views of New York City.
This is the ideal time to let someone else do the cooking. And for that, there’s no better place than Bklyn Larder.
If you seek a great cafe with great coffee, hunt down Sit and Wonder in Brooklyn, New York.
We don’t often think of coffee as an ingredient, a product to be manipulated by temperature and technique to achieve a certain sensory effect.
Beer geek Joakim Bergman tries out Tørst, an amazing beer-joint in the heart of Brooklyn.
The dust is starting to settle after GoogaMooga’s second annual food and music festival in Brooklyn.
The menu at Gwynnett St. is more of a riddle of foodstuffs than a traditional bill of fare. Read all about it on Honest Cooking today.
This weekend, writers, chefs and other food enthusiasts converged on Williamsburg’s Wythe Hotel for the second annual Food Book Fair.
In this ever-crowded genre of restaurant fare, Al Di Là inches ahead with grace and little fanfare.
The film-makers goal was to make a bad-ass food porn video. For Chef Kapitan, it was to highlight serving humanely raised meat.
From craft beer crawls to ethnic fare, David Naczycz and his staff are revolutionizing our understanding of New York’s food culture.
In just over a year, Mardi and Rebecka have turned their amateur culinary ambition into one of Brooklyn’s most celebrated supper clubs.
How does air conditioning and a lovely clam bake for dinner sound? Great? Ok, so head for Court Street Grocers in Brooklyn.
Sprinkled along Van Brunt Street, Red Hook, are a variety of hip restaurants, art galleries and Baked – a unique neighborhood bakery.
Elspeth Velten checked out the first installment of the Great GoogaMooga festival in Brooklyn.
Brooklyn’s ChipShop reached food fame in the heyday of food shows due to its very special qualities: they will fry anything you ask them to.
Coffee expert Bill Walsh has the pleasure of sampling Brewklyn Grind’s Kona.
If you are wise, you will soothe your cold-weather rough edges with fried pickles and cocktails at The Vanderbilt.
In the search for sustainable ways to provide fresh and pesticide-free vegetables in big cities, Gotham Greens are pioneers.