Middle Eastern that's soulful, delicious, and a great bargain.
The team behind Take Root share their Cobble Hill favorites.
Am Thai Bistro has some standout dishes but also suffers from common pitfalls.
A look into what makes these real-deal muffins.
Prepared food worth seeking out.
Local ingredients and strong flavors make for great ice cream.
Tasting a Georgian specialty in Brighton Beach and Sheepshead Bay.
This new Red Hook barbecue joint has strong potential.
This Caribbean jerk house does great vegetables, too.
Confit artichokes get paired with roasted cauliflower.
By reputation, Lavender Lake is known as a bar more than a restaurant, but their kitchen is putting out thoughtfully prepared dishes.
A classic chicken parm that gets everything right.
Not destination-worthy pizza, but some good thin-crust to be found here.
Creative and surprisingly restrained Jewish-Japanese fusion fare from a chef couple in a sleepy corner of South Williamsburg.
The Cafe Boulud sommelier shares his neighborhood favorites.
One of the city's best Russian markets boasts some great multigrain breads.
This glitzed-out bakery does great things with hazelnut-flavored pastries and sweet buns.
There's plenty to it beyond shawarma and falafel.
El Olomega personifies the Red Hook Ball Fields Vendors—a family forged in food at the edge of a soccer field.
Chef Nick Subic of King Noodle shares his Bushwick favorites.
This Ukrainian and Russian specialty store has everything you need to eat like a Eastern European at home.