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Breakfast At Dizzy’s

Dizzy’s Diner is something of an institution on this end of Park Slope. I’d only ever been there once before, when I wrote my anti-brunch screed over on Eat to Blog. A friend of mine suggested meeting there for lunch … Continue reading

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Brooklyn Bean’s Vegetarian Chili

Happy New Year! It’s good to start a new year off with a lesson. Today I learned that the Park Slope Farmer’s Market isn’t run by Grow NYC, the organization that runs most of the markets around the city. Instead, … Continue reading

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Buffalo Cauliflower At Thistle Hill Tavern

Until recently I had a pretty low opinion of Thistle Hill Tavern. A few years ago I had a lousy veggie burger there, and then I had a brunch so terrible that I didn’t even want to write about it. … Continue reading

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Apple-Raisin Potato Latkes At Korzo

On the first really cold day in November I found myself way down at the south end of Park Slope around lunch time. I stopped by Korzo, the Eastern European bar and restaurant on 5th Ave, for some hearty fare … Continue reading

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Garlic Soy at ZuZu Ramen

In the interest of continuing my ramen education I met up with Donny at the far edge of Park Slope at ZuZu Ramen for a late night dinner. From my experiences at Naruto and at Chuko I have come to … Continue reading

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Sides At Der Kommissar

“Vegetarian” may not be the first word that comes to mind when you think of an Austrian beer bar, but Der Kommissar in Park Slope has some great vegetarian food. They even have some vegan sausages in addition to the … Continue reading

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Brooklyn Pizzas: Sottocasa vs Brooklyn Central

You know the old saying, you can’t judge a pizza by its cover? No? Well it’s true. Look at that beautiful pie above, the margherita from Sottocasa. And yet it was strangely flat tasting; the sauce a little to sweet, … Continue reading

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