The 8 Best Things to Eat in Brooklyn This Summer

In this paradigmatic age of hyper-local eating and easy access to formerly exotic treats via your corner bodega, it can be difficult to focus on what actually makes certain foods feel season-specific. Because when tomatoes grace supermarket shelves in the depths of winter and lobster rolls can be found at local food trucks stationed far from the Maine coastline, a concept like summer food becomes about more than just the ingredients: It’s about the feeling you get when eating. Much like the season itself, summer food should be about simplicity and freedom.


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