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Reviews: December, 2010

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French food, made by a Ukrainian, in Sheepshead Bay

Chef Roman Nikhman may be Ukrainian, but he’s bringing French food to Sheepshead Bay. Comment.
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Try Le Bouchon’s cured short ribs — at home!

Le Bouchon Cured Short Ribs Comment.

Reviews: November, 2010

Reviews: October, 2010

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French food, made by a Ukrainian, in Sheepshead Bay

Chef Roman Nikhman may be Ukrainian, but he’s bringing French food to Sheepshead Bay. Comments (1).

Reviews: September, 2010

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Seventh Avenue sampler!

This sample sale has some bite! Comment.
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¡Comida Mexicana querido at Authentic Mexican week

Tacos are great, but there’s more to Mexican food than carne asada and beans. Comment.
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Sample the best of Brooklyn next week

Here’s one way to get the most bang for your restaurant buck. Comment.
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This chicken is hot hot hot!

People from the south automatically assume that they’ll never find a fried chicken as delicious as one served north of the Mason-Dixon line. Comment.
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You can’t ‘Beet’ this salad

Beet and goat cheese salads are so common nowadays that you can get them at Wendy’s. But “The New Brooklyn Cookbook” serves up an alternate take from Greenpoint’s Five Leaves that has two dressings — one of goat’s milk yogurt and another a vinaigrette — plus toasted macadamias and sliced blood oranges for a fresh combination that turns “the whole thing into the culinary equivalent of an Ellsworth Kelly painting.” Enjoy. Comment.
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Now you can cook like the Brooklyn pros

Ever since Al Di La opened on a then-quiet corner of Park Slope’s less-than-glamorous Fifth Avenue 12 years ago, Brooklyn’s dining scene has never been the same. Comment.

Reviews: August, 2010

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Yiasou restaurant welcomes diners with fresh seafood, sumptuous steaks and chops

To walk into Yiasou is to be transported thousands of miles from Sheepshead Bay to the shores of the Aegean Sea. Comment.
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A guacamole with some kick!

Even the best guacamole is a bland, one-dimensional paste. Comment.
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In his element: Alan Harding leads dinner at Carroll Gardens spa

Here’s a new approach to health and well-being: a fabulous meal. Comment.
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‘Fare’ game! Downtown supermarket becomes Bklyn’s hottest restaurant

It’s like a private Food Network taping — with a tiny group of friends. Comment.
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Buttermilk Channel’s skirt steak is a heck of dish

Ordering the skirt steak at any ol’ eatery can yield a grab bag of results — a bland, heavily oiled or overcooked beef slab can leave you wishing you ordered something a little more exciting. But we’re proud to show off the one at Buttermilk Channel, which is not only the best thing we ate this week, but quite possibly the best skirt steak anywhere outside of Argentina. Comment.
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Athena hits new heights

The first thing you’ll notice when you saunter in are the fabulous touches Spiro has added to the place, on the corner of 14th Street and Sixth Avenue, since he opened it in January 2009. For one thing, the tabletops are set to make a fabulous first impression: from the looks of things, one guesses that one is in for a four-star dining experience. Comment.
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Hot food gossip — new bars, new eats, and, yes, some closures

It’s been a busy few weeks in the Brooklyn food-scene. Here’s the best of the borough’s openings, closings, some pretty big rumors and some crumbs, too. Comment.
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Hot food gossip — including a new biergarten

Better rev up that appetite — it’s been a tasty few weeks in the county of Kings. Here’s the best of the borough’s openings, closings, and of course, restaurant rumors. Comment.
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Mill Basin Prima Pasta: That’s Italian

In this crazy, fast-paced world, even something as unique as true love comes and goes. Comment.
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In Verde veritas! New Smith St. Italian serves awesome tuna

Look, there are lots of restaurants on Smith Street — and many of them are great — but none of them served us a plate of seared sashimi-grade tuna over beans and herbs as good as Verde did last week. Comment.
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Tasty restaurant gossip — including prepared food next to the Co-op!

With summer heating up, it’s been a busy fortnight for Brooklyn’s foodie scene. Here are our tastiest tidbits of restaurant openings, closings, and of course, gossip. Comment.

Reviews: July, 2010

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DUMBO’s new ‘Front’

The ritzy Five Front is now Brooklyn Bridge Gardens, a new bar near Brooklyn Bridge Park that will open this Friday. Comment.
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The tastiest restaurant gossip — including, of course, Roberta’s!

It’s been a yummy week. Here are our tastiest morsels of restaurant openings, closings and, of course, some really good gossip. Comment.
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Pie are squared at sisters’ new shop, Four & Twenty Blackbirds

A new bake shop in Gowanus has a fairy tale name — but there’s nothing make believe about the quality. Comment.
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The tastiest restaurant gossip — including, of course, burgers!

It’s been a scrumptious two weeks of openings, closings and restaurant gossip. Here’s the skinny. Comment.

Reviews: May, 2010

Williamsburg

Believe it! Paulie Gee’s has opened in Greenpoint

For months, Twitter, Facebook, foodie blogs, and even pizza blogs kept sounding the alarm that the opening was imminent. But the delays only fueled the excitement. Comment.

Reviews: March, 2010

Williamsburg

Believe it! Paulie Gee’s has opened in Greenpoint

For months, Twitter, Facebook, foodie blogs, and even pizza blogs kept sounding the alarm that the opening was imminent. But the delays only fueled the excitement. Comment.

Reviews: February, 2010

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For great food and drink, this place hits ‘the spot’

On a quiet corner, on the outskirts of Prospect Heights, sits The Spot American Bistro and Bar (718-638-1733 or www.thespot-restaurant.com), a little gem of a find that has captured the whimsy of this changing neighborhood with a laid back and welcoming dining room, which offers a wide range of crowd pleasing food and an equally popular bar. Comment.

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