Once a trendsetter, now a member of the Williamsburg establishment, Fette Sau serves up a rotating menu of pork and beef ribs that leads some to tag it as the best BBQ in NYC. [Eater 38 Member] Read more.
Warm up with the Frank's-sauced Pad Thai that'll pad your midsection with its crispy oysters and bacon. Then cool off with a shaved ice sundae topped with Cap'n Crunch. Read more.
On this family-style menu, the “small” plates are big & the “big” plates are huge. Try the popular bacon-flecked mac and cheese ($9), fried pig tails ($11) and tripe chili with Fritos ($9). Read more.
Try the addictive fried pig tails, deep-fried to order and coated with a sticky sauce made from the sweet-savory braising reduction. It’s one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011. Read more.
Try- The Traditional Maza is a great way to enjoy a bit of everything with a sampling of 20 different Lebanese dishes, from hummus to vegetable kibee. Read more.
Dave Talde's (the eponymous owner of Talde) new whiskey and beer bar, with 25 beers on tap and a menu of drunk food: burgers, fried chicken, shrimp po' boys, chili con carne. Read more.
Reina Pepiada Arepas(chunky chicken & avocado mix salad) Tostones Mochimeros (fried green plantains w Mojito mayo) and Cocada (coconut milkshakes with cinnamon) are my big winners. Read more.
They serve excellent smoked meat sandwiches by day, and innovative takes on Jewish classics at night. Great neighborhood spot; also worth the schlep across the river. [Eater 38 Member] Read more.
Try the exceptional Black Angus burger, ground daily, with a satisfying crust from the grill that gives way to a gorgeously pink interior that coats the mouth like steak tartare. Read more.
Enjoy the Seafood Combo, which comes with fried calamari, steamed scungilli (conch), shrimp, and mussels, all of it doused in that brick-red sauce. The calamari somehow maintains its crunch; the shrim Read more.
New indoor/outdoor seafood shack overlooking the Brooklyn waterfront. Menu: mussels, crab cakes, grilled littleneck clams, peel and eat shrimp, steam pots, lobsters, crabs, steaks, and fried chicken Read more.
Amazing meat in a totally rustic setting. Depending on when you go, expect to wait. Read more.
Fresh. Reservations are accepted at the beginning of the month. Guests receive more than 20 courses from chef Carlo Mirarchi, served at a dining counter in a relaxed space behind the Roberta's garden. Read more.
Alex Raij and Eder Montero have opened this Cobble Hill spot. The menu (think Mallorcan flatbread and eggplant with honey) riffs on Spain's Moorish and Jewish legacies. Read more.
Ottima pizza cucinata proprio come in Italia, locale graziosissimo e personale cordiale ed educato. Pizzeria consigliatissima, per il tempo della cena vi scorderete di essere a New York! Read more.
Try bartender Natasha David’s Absinthe Colada, a gutsy piña colada spin. It’s one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011. Read more.
Join a rowdy crowd of off-shift restaurant folk at the downstairs bar for a cocktail or slide into tufted green banquettes upstairs and feast on plates of Ole Hickory smoked Asian-accented BBQ. Read more.