Take Your Pick of 3 Hot Places to Eat in Brooklyn

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Looking for places to nosh without schlepping into midtown Manhattan? Well, we have a few suggestions to suit the hungry New Yorker that is you.

The Brooklyn Star

The Brooklyn Star
593 Lorimer St.
Brooklyn
718-599-9899
the-brooklyn-star.com
Joaquin Baca brings gives comfort food a mouth watering upgrade in this popular Williamsburg hotspot where traditional American fare meets Southern Soul cuisine. Dinners are decadent and amazing, but the cat’s out of the bag that it’s the best brunch in Billyburg.

Price Range: $$
Takes Reservations: Yes

Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare

Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare
200 Schermerhorn St. between Hoyt and Bond Sts.
Brooklyn
718-243-0050
brooklynfare.com/pages/chefs-table
The sophisticated, decadent summons foodies from all corners come to this intimate 18-seat space for a truly unique dining experience. Michelin-stars are difficult to come by and Brooklyn boasts one of the only three-starred restaurants in town! Immerse yourself in the mouth-watering French & Japanese infused brainchild of Moe Issa before taking a stroll through old-school Brooklyn.

Price Range: $$$
Takes Reservations: Yes

Clover Club

Clover Club
210 Smith St. at Baltic St.
Brooklyn
718-855-7939
cloverclubny.com
Frequently featured as one of the “Best Bars in America”, the Brooklyn hotspot leads with pre-Prohibition drinks, a decadent brunch, American Caviar Service, and Seasonal Specials like Steak Over Toast and Deviled Eggs.

Price Range: $$
Takes Reservations: Yes

Last modified: January 31, 2018