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Sisters Restaurant Makes Its Mark

Everything about Sisters Restaurant is memorable, and that includes its name. Sisters (900 Fulton Street, between Washington Avenue and Waverly Avenue) has long been a staple...

Pequeña Comes Up Big

You know those places that you always walk by and think “oh, I need to try that place one of these days”? Where you...

The Bite: Savory Indian Food On Coney Island Avenue

THE BITE: More than a few of our readers have lamented the lack of Indian food in Sheepshead Bay. Some of us got excited when...

The Bite: Could You Tackle This Monster Burger?

THE BITE: Gluttons rejoice! There's a fearsomely beautiful burger in Brighton Beach that's guaranteed to stamp out the most ravenous appetite. The Juicy Lucy ($14.75) at...

The Bite: Torta Cubana Is The Meaty Beast You’ve Always Craved

THE BITE: If you ever get the urge to satisfy your most primal carnivorous cravings, then the torta Cubana is for you. The sandwich is the house...

The Bite: Hunker Down With Great Food & Company At Three...

THE BITE: One of Sheepshead Bay's oldest diners is also one of the most difficult to spot. Many of the neighborhood's other casual dining restaurants are housed...

The Bite: Fight The Winter Chills With El Mexicano’s Beefy Burrito

THE BITE: Sometimes, the best way to stay warm during a cold snap is to hunker down with a meaty sandwich. Neighbors in Sheepshead Bay already...

The Bite: Cheap, Delicious Dim Sum Breakfast At The Good Family...

THE BITE: Three dollars and eighty cents for a delicious dim sum breakfast? Yes, please! When I wandered into Good Family Bakery Sunday morning, the little...

The Bite: Village Cafe’s Deliciously ‘Offal’ Food — Sheep Testicles, Liver,...

THE BITE: We were already into two bottles of wine and a fifth of vodka when I decided to go for the most adventurous dish on...

The Bite: Unthaw With Hot Brew & Soup At Coffee Spot...

THE BITE: Last week, damp weather and plunging temperatures abruptly replaced summer's sunny comfort. (Thankfully, the sun returned). It was on one of those stormy days...