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  • Stuck Inside of Brooklyn with the Small town Blues Again

    A guide for your small town urges. Cobble Hill, Boerum Hill and Carroll Gardens only, with a loving glance at Red Hook. Focus on local joints. Updated for 2015.

    • Dec 2015
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  • Brooklyn Social



    eleven dollar cocktails, properly made. if isiah is behind the bar, then you are in luck. there's a garden in the back. avoid on friday or saturdays. cash only.

  • Black Mountain Wine House


    Wine Bar

    with its dim lighting and a tiny woodburning stove in the back, it feels a bit like a journey into civil war america. relaxed, comfortable fare done with flair.

  • The Brooklyn Inn



    salty dogs work the bar but run a tight ship. no fancy cocktails here. excellent juke box. almost every one in this bar deems themselves a writer or an actor.

  • Cafe Pedlar


    Coffee Shop

    if concerned about the quality of your espresso drink, then you should go here. you'll encounter 28 strollers inside, but the cortados are the best in the area.

  • Brucie



    they are deceptively adept at articulating texture and flavor through their vibrant yet 'simple' dishes. really good craft. warm environment though a bit noisy.

  • Hibino



    a mom and pop kind of place, run by sons and daughters. elegant, simple, hearty. they've been a mainstay in the neighborhood for some time now. deservedly so.

  • The Long Island Bar



    you go here for the décor and a well-made cocktail, and perhaps some finger food. they're good at that. don't stay long because it can get annoyingly crowded.

  • La Cigogne



    an unpretentious space to satisfy your cravings for spätzle. made by hand each day, the menu always features three or four variations. there's a fireplace too.

  • Brooklyn Farmacy & Soda Fountain


    Ice Cream

    on the list because they stand out for doing something different: an old fashion soda parlor. competes with chocolate room on court street for my affection.

  • Gowanus Yacht Club


    Beer Garden

    when jerry bagel was the owner, his colorful staff kept customers happy and provocatively entertained on summer nights. he died and with it a bit of the vibe.

  • Black Gold Brooklyn


    Record Shop

    records, taxidermy, coffee. sommer is often behind the counter. she's a bona fide, hard-working, sweet-natured DIY-punk jersey girl. drip coffee only.

  • Frankies 457 Spuntino



    there's overlap between prime meats and frankies: same owners, similar farmer chic modus operandi, but only frankies excels. they've stayed true to their roots.

  • La Slowteria



    chef hugo creates exquisite high-end mexican fare, humbly served in a space that evokes a gulf coast palapa. fun and relaxed. garden in the back.

  • Petite Crevette



    provençal cuisine. chef & owner is a volatile croat who once threw a lobster at an obnoxious customer. cash only, excellent stews, seafood, cosy atmosphere.

  • Jalopy Tavern



    a knee-slapping, banjo picking kind of establishment. their mint juleps are pretty decent, i must say.

Christian Svanes Kolding

Christian Svanes Kolding