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Brooklyn Restaurants Guide

Best Restaurants in Brooklyn

As the borough is home to a rich and progressive culinary scene, the list of the best restaurants in Brooklyn could run on for quite some time. Borrowing influences from all over the globe and hosting some of the best chefs in the world, the borough has constructed a truly special relationship with food. Here are some of our favorite local neighborhood places.

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Carrying on Brooklyn’s proud tradition of world-class pizza, Sottocasa utilizes classic recipes and fresh ingredients to make excellent brick oven pies. Located within walking distance of NU Hotel, Sottocasa is a great place to start your Brooklyn pizza tour.


Just down the road from NU Hotel, French Louie is one of the many delicious French-inspired restaurants near Downtown Brooklyn.  Boasting a modern-Parisian menu this lively bistro serves lunch, dinner and weekend brunch.  Check out the Monday prix fixe menu for a three-course dinner featuring smoked mussels and steak frites.


The neighborhood go-to for seasonal new American cuisine, Henry’s End has been delighting diners for over 40 years with its extensive wine list and classic dinner fare.  For the adventurous meat eaters, Henry’s End offers a wild game small plates and entrees throughout the year on its daily specials.  For some real wild dining, make sure to check out Henry’s wild game festival every fall.


For those seeking traditional Italian food served in a classic New York restaurant, look no further than Queen Marie Italian Restaurant.  Opened almost 60 years ago by the Vitiello brothers, the brothers continue to charm guests with their grasp of the regional Italian culinary landscape today.  A daily specials menu offers the best in seasonal Italian cuisine.


One of Brooklyn’s premier cocktail bars, Clover Club makes a mean drink that’s not to be missed while in the neighborhood.  The bar and lounge is Inspired by the original Clover Club founded by Philadelphia journalists back in 1882 who met once a month to drink, eat and talk.  The relaxed and cozy bar comes alive with occasional live jazz and weekday happy hour.

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