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Brooklyn Vs. Chicago: A Battle For Pizza Supremacy

In a society with countless choices, and even more opinions, there is one thing that we can all get on board with…pizza is the...

Dining Review: Sunken Hundred’s Menu Is A Treasure

Good Vibes seemed to emanate from the storefront on Smith Street. Sunken Hundred (276 Smith Street, between Sackett Street and DeGraw Street) is a new...

Dining Review: Arbuz Cafe And The Rock N’ Roll Crepes

For my breakfast this morning, I decided to try Arbuz Cafe at 1706 Sheepshead Bay Rd. The first thing I noticed was the teal paneled...

How Did Zagat Do In Southern Brooklyn?

Renowned foodie guide Zagat has released their 2017 edition, and it lists 26 noteworthy restaurants in southern Brooklyn. This is the number of restaurants...

Dining Review: Cody’s Is Totally Cromulent

You know what's great? The World Series (and also #trendpieces.) You know what else is great? Drinking beer and eating food while watching professional...

Dining Review: The Sunflower Cafe Is A Pricey, But Delicious Kings...

The Sunflower Cafe is located at 1223 Quentin Rd and Kings Highway. They offer a wide array of fresh and delicious kosher Israeli food. The atmosphere...

Puerto Viejo: A Very Happy Hour

Ever go on a kick? The Elena Ferrante scandal has me devouring her oeuvre all over again. Meanwhile, a visit to Cultura tossed me...

Make It In Brooklyn Served Up Food For Thought

This year's Make It In Brooklyn confab was stuffed to the brim with heady ideas. Fortunately for attendees, there was a lunch that was...

Greenmarket Recipe: Fennel and Celery Slaw

This tender, crisp, mayonnaise-free slaw goes great with seafood and pork, and leftovers make a great base for a lunchtime salad. With its crisp, crunchy...

Cultura Pan Latin Cooking Mixes Cultures, Finds Flavors

Sometimes, you don't know what you are looking for until you find it, and the only way to spot it is by searching for something...