From NY Post:5 Brooklyn restaurants you should check out
Last Updated: 10:21 AM, November 13, 2009
1.) VINEGAR HILL HOUSE, DUMBO/Navy Yard
This old-fashioned restaurant in the shadow of the Brooklyn Navy Yard features a giant wood-burning oven, where its delicacies, including a tart drizzled with creme fraiche, are concocted.
2.) MARLOW & SONS, Williamsburg
This tiny eatery serves up fresh oysters and jalapeño-rum cocktails along with an oldschool atmosphere.
3.) TANOREEN, Bay Ridge
A massive menu is among the highlights at this Middle Eastern restaurant, where garlic and spices aplenty adorn such dishes as ground lamb.
4.) NOODLE PUDDING, Brooklyn Heights
It’s like a SoHo transplant with its trendy crowd and trendier wait time of up to 45 minutes, but the gnocchi and buffalo mozzarella are worth it.
5.) THE GENERAL GREENE, Fort Greene
Check out the sangria and the candied bacon at this Southerntinged food hall, where the barstools are refurbished tractor seats.