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Bed-Stuy's NeroDoro Can't Get By on Looks Alone

New York Lauren Rothman 4 comments

NeroDoro's handsome interior and its prime corner location are inviting, but the menu needs significant reworking. More

Checking in on the Vegetarian Offerings at Bed-Stuy's Saraghina

New York Lauren Rothman Post a comment

The popular wood-fired pizza joint serves up straightforward but tasty salads and panini, making Saraghina a good option for a tasty meat-free meal. More

The Vegetarian Option: Mediterranean Pizzas at Nice Pizza

New York Lauren Rothman 16 comments

Nice Pizza is a true neighborhood spot, offering a decent meal in a relaxed, convivial atmosphere. Don't come here looking for a Michelin-rated meal, but certainly stop in for a bite if you find yourself in Bed-Stuy come evening. More

Scratch My Supper: New Buckwheat and Kale Breads, Pizzas, from SCRATCHbread

New York Andrew Coe Post a comment

SCRATCHbread is an "evolved fast food joint" according to Matt Tilden, guiding spirit of the Bed-Stuy bakery/restaurant. This week, the joint's menu evolved once again with the introduction of a new loaf and a takeout supper menu that's filled with typically SCRATCH, rich, multi-layered, and delicious options. More

Worldly Southern and Cheap Burgers at Marietta

New York Max Falkowitz 2 comments

Marietta is the latest Brooklyn-esque Southern restaurant from the people who brought us Peaches, the Smoke Joint, and Little Brother in and around Bed-Stuy. As with those places, the focus is on new (and not-so-new) takes on Southern classics, with nods to premium ingredients and reasonable pricing. You've heard this story before, but Marietta is one of the few restaurants of its kind where the ingredient-driven cooking actually pays off, and where the prices really are reasonable. More

A Sandwich a Day: 'Brooklyn Cheesesteak' at David's Brisket House

New York Carey Jones 3 comments

The deli's name notwithstanding, I generally prefer the pastrami or corned beef to the brisket at David's Brisket House. (I mean, in general, I prefer pastrami or corned beef to brisket, too.) Unless the brisket is turned into a "Brooklyn Cheesesteak" ($8). More

Serious Eats Neighborhood Guides: Justin Warner's Bed-Stuy

New York Allegra Ben-Amotz 6 comments

The Do or Dine chef and new Food Network star took us on a tour of his neighborhood to show off the spots that do Bed-Stuy proud. More

A Sandwich a Day: Doubles at A&A Bake and Doubles Shop

New York Carey Jones 2 comments

If I lived in Bed-Stuy, I have to believe that my food expenses would plummet, just because I could live off dollar-fifty chickpea-flatbread sandwiches, or doubles. And the ones at A&A Bake and Doubles Shop make me pretty happy for six quarters. More

Apps Only: Peaches HotHouse, Fried Chicken and Southern Redux in Bed-Stuy

New York Ben Fishner Post a comment

Peaches Hothouse, an offshoot of nearby Peaches, bills itself as a "country cafe," and while I'm not sure what that means, their menu of reasonably priced Southern classics has a lot going for it. More

Date Night: Sud Vino e Cucina, Where Simple Doesn't Mean Bare-Bones

New York Jessica Allen and Garrett Ziegler 1 comment

You probably can't get simpler than Sud Vino e Cucina, a restaurant in Bedford-Stuyvesant specializing in traditional Italian food, with an emphasis on specialties of southern Italy. More

Lunch Today: Anson Mills Grits at SCRATCHbread

New York Carey Jones 3 comments

I don't usually eat lunch in Brooklyn—that whole "office in Manhattan" thing—but when subways are limited and buses are so packed as to be almost un-rideable, you end up wandering around your own borough quite a bit. Which brought me to SCRATCHbread in Bed-Stuy. More

A Sandwich a Day: 'Mixed Chopped' at SCRATCHbread

New York Carey Jones Post a comment

The rich, mustardy egg salad tops a leaf of raw kale and a thick piece of crusty bread, with kale pesto on top and breadcrumbs for crunch. A little sprinkle of chile flakes adds heat. Nothing too complicated, but certainly more interesting than most egg salads out there. More

Date Night: Alice's Arbor, Brooklyn Locavore Food to Love

New York Jessica Allen and Garrett Ziegler Post a comment

"I was on a date here last week," said the lady at the table next to ours at Alice's Arbor. We'll summarize for you: the date went well! Perhaps the couple simply had chemistry, but we think this seasonal American restaurant/grocery/cafe on the border of Clinton Hill and Bed-Stuy played a big part. After all, it's a date-tastic place. More

College Tours: Where to Eat Near Pratt Institute

New York Kelly Bone 8 comments

When I moved to into a Mattress Factory loft in Bedford Stuyvesant, the food options looked bleak. But it was close to campus and the view was phenomenal. It didn't take long to discover I was on the edge of the blooming culinary scene surrounding Pratt. Pratt students are surrounded by affordable, delicious food options, with many more just a G Train ride away. More

Serious Eats Neighborhood Guides: Katy McNulty's Bed-Stuy

New York Allegra Ben-Amotz 1 comment

What does La Mar's Katy McNulty eat in her Bed-Stuy neighborhood? How about Jamaican beef patties, a brisket-pastrami-corned beef sandwich, to-go grits for a start? Take a look at all her neighborhood favorites. More

Date Night: Celestino in Bedford-Stuyvesant

New York Jessica Allen and Garrett Ziegler Post a comment

While not quite heaven, with the windows open onto Halsey Street, the seats filling up, a baby gurgling in the corner, and quite fine food in our bellies, Celestino made for a swashbuckling time. More

Cheap Eats: Five Great Doubles In Bed-Stuy & Crown Heights

New York Jamie Feldmar 5 comments

It's hard not to love doubles, the handheld street snack that's as ubiquitous in Trinidad and Tobago as hot dogs are in New York: they're cheap, filling, healthyish, and open to plenty of recipe improvisation at the hands of skilled street vendors. Doubles are a sandwich consisting of two pieces (hence the name) of fried turmeric-spiked quick bread called bara and a filling of curried channa, or chickpeas, optimally laced with shado beni, a West Indian herb that's a stronger cousin to cilantro. Toppings include a vinegary Scotch Bonnet-infused hot sauce and tamarind chutney, and the harder to find (but equally delicious) cucumber or mango chutneys. More

A Sandwich a Day: Brisket at David's Brisket House

New York James Boo 1 comment

Good brisket is hard to come by, but the slow-cooked meat at newly re-opened David's Brisket House does right by its namesake. More

A Sandwich a Day: Pastrami on Rye at David's Brisket House

New York James Boo 8 comments

If you've never been to David's Brisket House, now is a good time to make your first pilgrimage. The Bed-Stuy institution—a longstanding Jewish deli now operated by Muslims—has re-opened its doors after being closed for over two months of renovation. More

A Sandwich A Day: Curry Chicken Salad at Outpost Lounge

New York Hannah Smith-Drelich Post a comment

The Outpost Lounge is a gem of a coffee place, and not much of an outpost if you happen to live near the border of Brooklyn neighborhoods Clinton Hill, Bed-Stuy, or Prospect Heights. With an artful tree-like cluster of bared lightbulbs behind the bar and a tiled narrow garden out back, the Lounge has an appropriate Bohemian-hide-out feel, with the carefully-tended coffee to match. More

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