Stone Park Cafe Is One of the Best Restaurants in Brooklyn

Table setting at Stone Park Cafe in BrooklynSince 2004, Stone Park Cafe in Brooklyn, New York, has been raising the bar for local cuisine. Childhood friends Josh Foster and Josh Grinker grew up in Park Slope and dreamed of opening a restaurant where they could give diners superb food and great service in their hometown. Their background working in some of the city’s finest restaurants has helped to create a sophisticated yet casual dining experience that is sought after by area locals and visitors alike. Located on 5th Avenue and just five minutes away from At Home In Brooklyn, a memorable meal at the Stone Park Cafe is the perfect addition to your next getaway.

The Ambiance

With its exposed brick, wood floors, outdoor tables, and giant windows, Stone Park Cafe has a clean, stylish, and warm atmosphere. Start your evening off with a cocktail at the bar, then head over to the candlelit sunken dining room that’s scattered with linen-topped tables. The moderately upscale atmosphere makes this eatery ideal for an impressive first date, business dinner, or a birthday celebration with friends and family.

The Menu

This New American restaurant also has a commitment to buying local and focuses on fresh, seasonal ingredients. Stone Park Cafe is constantly adapting and changing their menu to showcase their ingredients, but their homemade pastas, fresh salads, and the ever-popular grilled octopus appetizer are always guest favorites. Guests can enjoy their offerings during lunch and dinner service, and their weekend brunch always draws a large crowd. The restaurant also has a Market Menu available Sunday through Thursday that offers three courses for $36 and is a great way to sample their unique cuisine.

Other Great Restaurants Near Stone Park Cafe

  • Buttermilk Channel: This eatery is named after the mile-long strait between Brooklyn and Governor’s Island and offers an eclectic menu executed by Chef Ryan Angulo. Be sure to try their famous buttermilk fried chicken, served over cheddar waffles with a refreshing cabbage slaw.
  • Talde: Talde is an award-winning 65-seat restaurant that offers a casual yet elevated dining experience. Executive Chef and Top Chef alum Dale Talde puts a new twist on classic Asian-American fare with delicious eats like Korean fried chicken and crispy oyster-bacon pad Thai.
  • Rose Water Restaurant: This seasonal American restaurant has a commitment to working with as much local, regional, organic and sustainably raised food as possible. Guests can enjoy dinner seven nights a week and brunch every Saturday and Sunday.
  • Convivium Osteria: Established in 2000, this eatery is one of the most romantic and authentic restaurants in the area. Their Mediterranean cuisine and impressive wine selection reflect the traditions of Italy, with a nod to Spain and Portugal.

Book Your Stay with At Home In Brooklyn!

Brooklyn is a mecca for incredible cuisine, and our Park Slope bed and breakfast is an ideal homestead during your culinary adventure! Our beautiful rooms and suites provide a peaceful, relaxing retreat in between bites, and our convenient central location makes traveling to all of your favorite eateries a breeze. We can’t wait to hear about where your taste buds take you!

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