205 Grand St
Walking into Samurai Mama is like stepping into another country Their focus is mainly on noodles, but they serve some of the best sushi I have had in New York. Definitely try their chirashi bowl!
604 Union St
This is my favorite restaurant in the whole world. I have Celiac Disease, and this is one of the most gluten free friendly restaurants. Bonus points for the fact that everything there is so damn good!
Burger It Up
146 Knickerbocker Ave
You can always count on burger it up for a flavorful burger that will satisfy all your cravings! I recommend the chicken chimichurri with a side of spicy fries and a sour pickle!
318 Grand St
Their brunch is unreal! Get things like chorizo corncakes, banana pancakes, and southern comfort food. Their cocktails are on-point as well. They also have a lot of vegan friendly dishes!
Char No. 4
196 Smith St
From southern homemade breakfast to southern hospitality and let me not forget booze! This place is the perfect place for brunch! It's hard to find good southern food but this place does a great job !
180 Franklin St
Came for brunch. Ginger pancakes with chopped bacon, yes please. The Benedict/chimichurri/sausage thing my beau ordered was excellent. Love the feel of this place, so bright and rustic. Will be back!
146 Wyckoff Ave
Almost don't want to share this great neighborhood cafe, but Variety has quickly earned a reputation for good coffee, ample seating/outlets, & a later closing time (9pm) than most cafes in the area.
154 Prospect Park SW
This is an awesome cafe along the SW side of Prospect Park! They feature Stumptown coffee and now offer wine, beer and Brancaccio's sandwiches. Great seating, family friendly, and awesome back garden!
341 7th Ave
This was a great place to kill time in, quiet and lots of sunlight. They weren't messing around with their green chai tea, it was off the charts.
757 Fulton St
Get a grilled corn piled with Mexican cheese and a delicious margarita. Sit on the colorful patio and rub elbows with the cool kids.
222 Montrose Ave
I'm dairy free but LOVE doughnuts and finally happy I've found a solution. All doughnuts are vegan and taste amazing. French toast is the best!
99 Favor Taste
732 61st street
All-You-Can-Eat Korean BBQ! And def a cute ambianced restaurant in brooklyns Chinatown
Milk and Roses
1110 Manhattan Ave
This is by far my favourite spot in the city... I mean, books and Italian food under the same roof... What more could a girl ask for? It's the perfect spot for a second date... So go check it out!! ☺️
354 metropolitan ave
Hands down the best BBQ going. The line can be HUGE but it's totally worth the wait. Buy a cider before getting in line for a fun wait with your crew. Great summer spot!
Ample Hills Creamery
305 Nevins St
Though there aren't many farms and cows in Brooklyn, NY anymore, this place gives all the feelsssss the pastoral small-town spirit of old Brooklyn. Arguably the BEST naturally homemade ice cream.
The Sandwich Shop
658 Grand St
This place has great sandwiches, but don't forget the salads!! Charming and fun- you won't be disappointed. Homemade ingredients!
335 Union Ave
You would never think Brooklyn was known for Cupcakes until you walked in Brooklyn Cupcakes in Williamsburg Brooklyn and indulge. Try the French Toast Cupcake and thank me Later
184 Kent Ave
Go here if for no other reason than the amazeballs. They are little balls of heaven. Raw and vegan as well. Good selection of loose teas.
352 Bedford Ave
If you're a bacon lover, this is the place! Such awesome bacon! The service was great, the vibe was very hipster and chill. I give it two thumbs up for a Sunday brunch day!
757 Fulton St
Habana Outpost, ok this place I really really really LOVE. except the long, crazy lines lol. Drinks are great, the vibe is chill... One of Brooklyn's many hidden gems!
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