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Next time you’re at Brooklyn Flea, be sure to taste some Fine & Raw chocolate. It’s yummy but it’s also better for you than let’s say, a Hershey Bar. As the lovely lady at the table explained, raw chocolate doesn’t . . . → Read More: Fine & Raw
Food sampling at Brooklyn Flea is just too much fun. You can move from asian inspired hotdogs to seafood to sweets in just a matter of minutes! Nevermind the fact that you might have to eat standing up, hovering over an unused vendor table in a dimly lit basement- the food is worth it . . . → Read More: Red Hook Lobster Pound, BK Flea
Today I stepped inside One Hanson Place for the first time. For those who don’t know, One Hanson Place is the former Williamsburgh Savings Bank tower next to Atlantic Terminal in Fort Greene. It’s now a luxury condo building, but the enormous and ornate bank lobby has been preserved thanks to it’s historic landmark status. It is now . . . → Read More: Brooklyn Flea, One Hanson Place
Tonight the Mr. and I walked up Vanderbilt Avenue, in need of a light dinner (thanks to a week of Thanksgiving feasting culminating with a baked ziti dinner at my parents’).
We decided to try Zaytoons, a Middle Eastern restaurant with locations in Carroll Gardens, Fort Greene, and Prospect Heights. It was the perfect . . . → Read More: Zaytoons, Prospect Heights
Tonight we tried Amorina on Vanderbilt Avenue in Prospect Heights. It’s a cozy little Italian restaurant and pizzeria with red checkered tablecloths and quirky decor.
I had the spaghetti and meatballs. It’s become a favorite dish of mine over the past year, so I’m always on the lookout for a restaurant that does it justice. . . . → Read More: Amorina, Prospect Heights
Tonight the husband and I went to Naruto Ramen on 5th Avenue and Garfield Place. It opened a couple of months ago and is the only noodle shop in the Slope that I’m aware of. It’s a narrow restaurant, with a long open kitchen and noodle bar taking up most of the space. There . . . → Read More: Naruto Ramen, Park Slope