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Although admirable eateries have inched their way up Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn Heights’ other commercial corridor, Montague Street, has remained an enduring anomaly—bordering the borough’s poshest of neighborhoods with a succession of low-grade restaurants. Which is why even locals would be forgiven for neglecting to register a changing of the guard, on the subterranean space cornering Henry Street. Having housed interchangeable Chinese takeout joints over the years, such as Vegetarian Ginger, 128 Dumpling House and Andy’s,...
Samui is nestled inside of a bright rainbow façade on an otherwise grey and quiet block, and the inside doesn’t disappoint: housed within the walls of exposed brick and 15-foot-high ceilings is something truly special. As part of the massive Brooklyn Navy Yard area redevelopment, what was once a run-down garage has become a restaurant outfitted with custom chandeliers, undulating aqua banquettes, a bar created by artisans who work some amazing visual magic with glass of...
As far as layovers go, you could do a lot worse than cooling your heels at Don Muang Airport, the authentic Thai restaurant inside of Baby’s All Right. Having long existed as an also-ran to the Williamsburg venue’s live music shows and frozen “Pink Baby” cocktails, the food program was recently given considerably more legroom, evolving beyond bar bites to exist as a fully realized, Southeast Asian-inspired eatery. Conceptualized by Bangkok-based chef Jarrett Wrisley (who first met...
Almost entirely lacking in reasonable public transportation options (we’ve spent our entire tenure in NYC stanchly avoiding the bus), Red Hook essentially operates as an island unto its own. Which means, it’s got all of the establishments necessary for sustaining that très Brooklyn lifestyle without having to commute under the BQE—including a seafood shack (Red Hook Lobster Pound), a barbecue joint (Hometown), an all-day breakfast joint with weekend karaoke (Hope & Anchor), and a...

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