Informal restaurant doling out traditional Tunisian & Mediterranean fare in colorful surroundings.
Funky venue showcasing dance, circus, theater & cabaret performances in a former ice warehouse.
Brick-walled corner joint with a hip, old-school vibe serving vegetarian pizza plus cinnamon swirls.
Cozy brick-oven pizzeria serving thin-crust pies with ample toppings & calzones, plus beer & wine.
Founded in 1989, Grand Army Plaza is Greenmarket’s flagship Brooklyn market, and the second largest market of its kind.
Sicilian square pizza & ice cream from an old-school Italian counter that opened in 1939.
Cozy neighborhood cafe specializing in vegetarian Mediterranean dishes with some vegan options.
Farm-to-table Northern Italian fare is served all day in this compact, lumber-lined space.
Hole-in-the-wall venue serving pizza, pasta & grinders, plus beer, wine & cocktails, until 4 AM.
Cozy place with limited seating offering seafood, meat & chicken tacos & burritos.
Italian eatery with homemade pastas plus Neapolitan-style pies cooked at 1,200 degrees.
Cool butcher shop offering beef, pork, lamb & poultry products sourced from local farms.
Authentic Mexican street food, like tacos & flautas, brings hungry hipsters to this cash-only joint.
Small Middle Eastern restaurant & falafel dispenser next to the Bedford Avenue subway station.
Modern Chinese haunt serving dishes made with local ingredients, including some from its own garden.
“The food is poppin. Almost everything on the menu.” – Gabriel Garzón-Montano
“[Drink order] at LunAtico is whatever they have, the menu changes a lot.” -Gabriel Garzón-Montano