Our list of recommended Brooklyn restaurants that you just have to try!
The list of delicious, must visit Brooklyn restaurants seems to be never ending as the area is brimming with eateries. No matter what kind of cuisine you’re craving, there is a Brooklyn restaurant that is guaranteed to satisfy. The restaurants range from Italian, to Mexican and Chinese, covering every type of food you can think of. For first time visitors, and even return guests, it can be overwhelming when trying to pick between all the great Park Slope restaurants available. We at At Home in Brooklyn want to help make that decision easier, so we have compiled a list of the best restaurants in Brooklyn, NY, for our guests to try during their stay with us. From breweries to Thai food, we’ve got you covered! Check out our recommendations below.
7 of the Most Delicious Restaurants in Brooklyn, NY:
The Finch offers modern and traditional food in a 120-year-old brownstone in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. They received the highly sought after Michelin Star in 2016. This is truly a unique dining experience that is worth the visit!
Union Hall Bar and Restaurant
Union Hall is a hole-in-the-wall bar and restaurant that offers live music and is also a comedy venue. The environment is cozy with fireplaces and a stately library. The menu consists of classic pub food including burgers and some tasty sandwiches with fries.
Stone Park Cafe
Despite limited press, this Park Slope establishment is well-worth the praise it has received over the years. Waits being long here is an understatement, especially for brunch, but there’s no question Stone Park Cafe has the best brunch you’ll find in Brooklyn!
The Good Fork
Created by a husband and wife team (the husband, a skilled carpenter, built the restaurant, while the wife is an inventive chef) of the name Ben Schneider and Sohui Kim, the Good Fork is a beloved restaurant in Red Hook. The menu is always creative and features touches from both Ms. Kim’s Asian heritage as well as classic American fare.
After infusing new life into the culinary style of “Asian fusion” and finally modernizing it to “Asian-American” cuisine, Talde Brooklyn features innovative dishes with a subtle infusion of tastes of Asia gourmand traditions (the head chef, Dale Talde, is Filipino-American).
Another fantastically popular neighborhood eatery, Lucali Pizza serves only, you guessed it, thin-crust pizza. This restaurant is cash-only and BYOB, yet still features a fanatic following in the Brooklyn foodie scene.
Located in the heart of Prospect Heights, Olmsted is another Brooklyn restaurant you won’t want to miss. The Olmsted menu is seasonal and takes advantage of the freshest ingredients available – sometimes from their very own backyard garden. Olmsted is a restaurant that is known for its high quality, exceptional service, reasonable prices, and casual but elegant surroundings.