Brooklyn

Brooklyn Cowboy Hangout in Brooklyn @ Branded Saloon

Dubbed the “best not-quite-gay-but-almost-gay bar” by Time Out New York, Branded Saloon is an interesting mix of queer nightlife with an old west vibe. The atmosphere is relaxed and you […]

Glowing Bar

Extensive Whiskey List, Local Vibe, And a Patio @ The Gibson

Looking for a bar in a great location, with a chill atmosphere, and extensive list of reasonably priced and awesome drinks? (Aren’t we all.) Save yourself some trouble, and head […]

Fourth Down

A Brooklynite’s Sports Bar @ Fourth Down

When you think “Williamsburg”, you don’t necessarily think “sports bar”. And while there may not be many, that doesn’t mean the ones that do exist aren’t great. Which brings us […]

Carolina Whole Hog BBQ @ Arrogant Swine

As the die hard BBQ eaters continue to wage war on what style BBQ is the best, Tyson Ho, owner/pitmaster at Arrogant Swine, brings us some Carolina style whole hog […]

Bacon Wrapped Wieners? @ Crif Dogs

Crif Dogs is not a spot for those watching their caloric intake or alcohol consumption. Whether you’ve come in here stone cold sober or after a late night out. This […]

Out of this World @ Brooklyn Star

Seasonal American Fare with a Southern influence is what you can expect from this Williamsburg, Brooklyn gem (or should we say star.) You walk into a dimly lit place with […]

All About Brunch @ Clover Club

If we could use one word to describe this place, it would be swag. Its got an iron and brick exterior, the inside has some small tables, and two bars […]

Line Up for a Ramen Noodle Burger @ Smorgasburg

Keizo Shimamoto is one smart noodle with his new concoction the ramen burger. He grew up eating ramen and he grew up eating burgers, so why not put them together?! […]

Saltie State of Mind in Williamsburg @ Saltie

Saltie is named after an oceangoing ship and also this crew’s knack for pairing salty and sweet flavors. This tiny minimalistic space is the one stop sandwich shop to go […]

Who Wouldn’t Want to Eat in a Treehouse? @ House of Small Wonder

This european inspired cafe with japanese inspired dishes is quite cozy.  There are two large old ash trees in the middle of the cafe and you look up and feel […]

Getting Sushi Bombed @ Bozu

Brick walls, dim lighting, and awesome Japanese hipsters create the perfect setting for this whimiscial small plates Japanese restaurant. This is not your typical sushi restaurant so don’t expect a […]

Restaurant in Brooklyn Makes You Want to Go Down South @ Sweet Chick

Fried chicken and waffles comes to Bedford Avenue in Williamsburg Brooklyn?! This new restaurant is creating quite a buzz with their southern style comfort food and fun southern cocktails. The […]

Ballin’ @ The Meatball Shop

These two born and bred New Yorkers, Executive Chef Daniel Holtzman and co-owner MIchael Chernow have quite impressive resumes and they have used their experience and drive to open this […]

Kiss My Grits @ The General Greene

If two for one bloody mary’s and bottomless coffee isn’t enough to get you in here for brunch, they do have some of the creamiest, delicious cheddar grits we’ve tried […]

Late Risers Get Breakfast All Day @ Le Gamin

Ok, so we all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. If you’ve had a rough night and sleep past noon you can skip the diner […]

Do or Die Pizza Pie @ Roberta’s

The outside of this place is nothing much to look at, but its a hip little pizza joint nestled between a bunch of warehouses and run down industrial buildings and […]

Ain’t No Thing but a Chicken Wing @ Bonnie’s Grill

If you love Buffalo wings you have to check this place out. Honestly, I’m a hard sell being a Buffalonian myself, but this place is pretty decent. The wings come […]

Don’t Change That Buttermilk Channel @ Buttermilk Channel

Buttermilk fried chicken, cheddar waffles, grilled flatbread with squash blossoms and duck meatloaf are just a few of the amazing dishes Buttermilk channel serves with style. The food here is […]

I’m Singing in Italian @ Al Di La

I’m going to make a very bold statement and say that this quaint Italian restaurant in Park Slope is probably one of my favorites in all of New York. It’s […]

I Found My Thrill @ Vinegar Hill House

  Wattle in; waddle out. After trying the Red Wattle Country chop with cheddar grits I was pretty blown away. It had really deep flavor and was smokey and tender. […]

Flex Your Mussels it’s Monday @ Alchemy

For all you mussel lovers you can grab a bowl of these edible bivalves on Mondays for only 6 buckaroos. You pick the sauce: tomato cilantro, white wine pine nut […]

Get Your Fanny to Franny’s @ Franny’s

This place is pretty amazing. They have a strong commitment to sustainable agruculture because they serve locally grown foods and they serve them in the seasons during which they are […]

Thai Me Up @ Joya

Delicious cheap eats! The average price is about eight bucks a dish and they are not shy with portion sizes. The steamed vegetable dumplings were amazing and the pineapple pork […]

Dessert for Dinner? Hell Yes! @ The Chocolate Room

  This cozy spot is a modern day chocolate factory minus Willy Wonka and you will leave feeling like an oompa loompa.  From chocolate stout floats to one of the most […]