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Brunch At Hugo & Sons

For my first visit to Hugo & Sons, just a short walk from my apartment, we met my parents for brunch. Although the zucchini frittata and the roasted eggplant both sounded good, I only had eyes for the pizza. I … Continue reading

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Authentic Szechuan, aka Tofu On 5th

Several years ago I wrote about how much I loved the mapo tofu at Tofu on 7th. In the intervening years the restaurant has relocated over to 5th Ave and re-branded itself as a combination sushi and upscale Chinese restaurant … Continue reading

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Brunch At Elora’s

For many years I’ve been enjoying dinners at Elora’s Mexican restaurant, just a few blocks from my apartment. Although they serve brunch I’m not really a brunch person, so I didn’t really care. But I kept the knowledge in my … Continue reading

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Vegetarian Vietnamese At Bricolage

After filming our episode of Lost Vegetarian at Bricolage we stayed for brunch. I knew they had a lot of vegetarian options on their regular menu, but I was curious to see what they would do for brunch. I had … Continue reading

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Lost Vegetarian Presents… Banh Canh Noodles at Bricolage

I love Vietnamese food, but there can be a lot of pitfalls for vegetarians. Even innocuous-sounding dishes may have a healthy sprinkle of fish sauce in them. At Bricolage in Park Slope, though, Chef Lien Lin has a number of … Continue reading

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Vegan At V-Spot In Park Slope

I travel all over this Borough looking for great vegetarian and vegan food, but sometimes I forget to look in my own backyard. In nearby Park Slope is the vegan (and Kosher) restaurant V-Spot, and until recently I’d never been … Continue reading

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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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