94 Franklin St
Cute spot in Greenpoint. Coffee was good and strong and the cheddar scallion biscuit with scrambled egg did not disappoint. Will have to come back soon for a cookie! ?
386 Flatbush Avenue Ext
Come for the cheesecake stay for the crazy big portions of food! Free pickles, beetroot and coleslaw to start too!
145 Bedford Ave
Great happy hour! Try the Amelia if you like vodka & berries.
475 Driggs Ave
Great sushi & cocktails! The lunch special is insane & I've heard that their brunch is good too!
1866 86th St
Polish eatery! Inexpensive & delicious! The food is fresh & as authentic as it gets. The inner decor is intricate & emanates an eastern-european decor. Service is spectacular. There is a bar as well!
2301 Flatbush Ave
Great diner for comfort food deep on Flatbush Ave in Brooklyn, NY. I had some delicious pancakes and sunnyside-up eggs ???. And jell-o with whipped cream is omnomnom! Great service and prices ?
114 N 6th St
Sea is a restaurant that I've found to be one of the best in the Williamsburg Area. They seat you pretty quickly (On non-busy days) and the food is delicious and affordable, nothing too crazy.
Di Fara Pizza
1424 Avenue J
you know the winter is too cold when there's no line at Di Fara on a Friday night.
F Line Bagels
476 Smith St
Very inexpensive bagels for Brooklyn. All under $2 with cream cheese. They had a variety of other bagels and food.
128 Smith St
I've always loved this bar for it's escapist European decor, amazing cocktails, desserts and live music - but check it out...they have Foosball! Tip: cash and Amex only here.
201 Wyckoff Ave
Great Sushi place off Wycoff in Bushwick, great rolls and quiet, pleasant service in well set seats. Good date night spot, with large cold Sake selection.
Momofuku Milk Bar
382 Metropolitan Ave
Don't go. It's a gateway to drugs. It's not hot chocolate— it's hot cocaine. The cereal soft serve is a serial killer. And it's a dessert bar! How are the veggie buns more savory than meat?!
393 Lewis Ave
Peaches is a place that gives you a taste of the South, right in the heart of Brooklyn! My fav, if I had to choose, is the shrimp po'boy w/ fries, a side of mac-n-cheese + collard greens.
1 Old Fulton St
Their burgers are tender and flavorful. They have a garlicy butter sauce that makes they're burgers unique. Cheese fries are delicious. They also have refreshing lemonade and of course shakes.
Peter Pan Donut and Pastry Shop
727 Manhattan Ave
You know when donuts are good? When all of them except 5 flavors are gone by 5pm on a weekday. Interesting flavors ~ coconut and chocolate, red velvet, smores. Cool coffee shop 1950s diner interior.
90 Kent Ave
Cash only for most vendors and come with an appetite. Best time to go is later is the day around 2/3 for less crowds
193 Smith St
Thai food at it's finest!
314 Bedford Ave
MAC AND CHEESE BURGER! Enough said. If you love mac & cheese as much as I do, then this place is for you! Cute small Brooklyn cafe won't outdoor seating for a perfect spring or summer day!
2901 Emmons Ave
Cheese on everything your pleez! The famous motto of a Brooklyn staple. It's the only place I've ever been in Sheepshead Bay and I continue to drive out of my way for those amazing milkshakes!!
49 Bogart St
Cozy, cute coffee shop right off the Morgan stop. Strong coffee and fair prices ($2 medium 12 oz. drip) Lighting is a little dark for my taste, but you can sit by a window.
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