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While LUCKYRICE—a series of feasts, events and festivals exploring the depth and breadth of Asian food culture—has bounced from coast to coast for seven years, it hasn’t touched down in Brooklyn. Until last night, that is. Over 30 local restaurants gathered at Industry City in a show of edible diversity, dishing out Korean kimbap, Filipino adobo, Japanese donburi and more. And here are some of the most memorable, borough-based bites! East Wind Snack Shop We weren’t...
We tend to view tasting events as dining speed-dates, a chance for eateries to plead their case to potential patrons with a single, carefully-calibrated bite. Park Slope’s annual Taste of Fifth celebration provides an especially excellent opportunity to weed through one of Brooklyn’s most restaurant-blessed districts—and we definitely scored a match with the following spots. Stone Park Café Undoubtedly one of the most elegant bites of the night, Stone Park’s flash-fried wedges of potato cake—topped with...
It’s 10:30pm on a frosty December Tuesday, and Windsor Terrace—drowsy even during peak times—is all but battened down for the night, save for a row of Farrell’s faithful, watching the last few minutes of a basketball game. And then there’s East Wind Snack Shop, which remains fully lighted with pans still sizzling, even though owner Chris Cheung dished out his last dry-aged beef potsticker almost two hours ago. The reason for the after-hours action...
The second we’re officially absolved from winter, god help the bar or restaurant that doesn’t have a backyard, rooftop, or patio to call its own—or at the very least, a license to stick a handful of two-tops and a couple of chairs on the sidewalk. That’s why most media outlets keep a running, annual list of preferred places (many of them in Brooklyn) to eat and drink outside, places from Juliette, Berry Park and...

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