Say salud at Brooklyn's famed outdoor eco-eatery. Since Sean Meenan was inspired to create New York’s first solar-powered restaurant in 2005, this lively outpost has become a seasonal staple where you can savor the same flavorful Mexican-Cuban fare—including tacos, corn, and margaritas—that made Manhattan’s Café Habana so beloved.
Step into this critically acclaimed American bistro to experience inventive cuisine blending Korean and Eastern European flavors. The kitchen might be small in size, but chef Tyler Kord’s dishes deliver big flavor. Named one of Bon Appétit's best new restaurants in 2009, No. 7 continues to innovate by creating new and exciting specialties year after year.
Get ready for a rockin’ good time at this hip restaurant, bar, and music venue in Clinton Hill. Expect a menu of straightforward American fare with uniquely fresh combinations from chef Chris Nichols, and standout design and décor from the talented team at hOmE—including a 30-foot skylight, reclaimed wood ceilings, and a back barroom with a live music stage and DJ booth.
No crawl would be complete without New York’s favorite food. Clinton Hill’s popular pizza joint boasts an open kitchen serving wood-fired Neapolitan-style pies and inventive updates on the classics. Chef Justin Bazdarich’s Italian-inspired menu features fresh market ingredients and mozzarella made fresh daily, accompanied by eclectic Italian wines and NYC beers on tap.
A beautifully renovated 120 year-old brownstone (formerly a tattoo parlor and the apartment behind it!) sets the stage for The Finch—a hospitality-driven seasonal American restaurant and bar from chef-owner Gabe McMackin featuring a spacious interior, central open standing kitchen, and regularly-updated menu of modern dishes that let fresh ingredients shine.