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My Favorite Neighborhood in Brooklyn

“Walking through Cobble Hill”

When a lot of people think of Brooklyn they think the trendy Williamsburg, downtown or Dumbo. Don’t get me wrong, I love those neighborhoods for late nights and shopping but it hasn’t stolen my heart like Cobble Hill (and Carrol Gardens – they’re right next to each other and I can’t decipher which one I like better) has. 425 more words


Best Pasta in Brooklyn?

I can’t remember the last time I ordered pasta at a restaurant. I usually go the healthy route, and if it’s a cheat day I’m  going for pizza and ice cream, but damn, did I make the right decision here. 276 more words


A Crown Heights Rum Punch Crawl

In September 2015 I had the very privileged, arguably very Millennial opportunity to plan my own bi-coastal bachelor party geared entirely around food and drink.  One – with my Oregonian childhood friends – sent us carousing through Portland’s newest, trendiest bars and restaurants.   1,810 more words

Drink: The Chocolate Room

Hot Chocolate

On the first properly cold day of the year, you’ll have to wait in line to order your hot chocolate at Brooklyn’s suitably named The Chocolate Room. 173 more words


Food: Loosie’s Café

Working Lunch

Step into the green corridor leading to Loosie’s Café and you’ll think that you’ve left NYC and arrived in sun-filled LA. You’ll then find yourself in your dream future apartment. 173 more words

Food And Drink

Food: Olmsted

Cheese & Wine

Olmsted is best known for its vegetable-forward, seasonal, delicate, farm-to-table driven food. What nobody tells you is that it also offers cheese fondue and wine in its beautiful garden. 181 more words

Food And Drink

Food: Bien Cuit

Best Bakery

Bien Cuit (literally, “well done”) is unquestionably the best bread bakery in New York. Multiple times a day, head baker Zachary Golper and his all-star kitchen produce loaves that follow the unspoken guidelines for bread perfection. 143 more words