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Restaurants for Lunch Near Brooklyn College

jackieparis Mar 10, 2008 06:34 AM

I have an interview at Brooklyn College coming up. Does anyone have any suggestions about placing to go for a quick lunch? It doesn't look like there are too many options. Thanks!

  1. d
    David W Mar 11, 2008 07:47 AM

    Are you driving? If so, The Farm on Adderley is a few minutes away, and they open for lunch (except Monday) at 11:30. If you're taking the train-you can take the Q to Cortelyou for the restaurant, eat, and take the train another 2 stops to H and walk (but I'm not sure what entrances are open at Brooklyn College anymore.)


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    1. re: David W
      jackieparis Mar 11, 2008 04:08 PM

      Thanks everyone and no, I will not be driving. Walking or public transportation is a must!

    2. Miss Needle Mar 11, 2008 12:00 AM

      Near the train station on Nostrand Ave (from Brooklyn College, make a left on Nostrand) was this great West Indian restaurant that made really great rotis stuffed with goat, potatoes and chickpeas. Not sure if it's there anymore.

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      1. re: Miss Needle
        JFores Mar 11, 2008 04:37 AM

        Ah yeah! That whole stretch ofNostrand has A LOT of really good West Indian.

      2. j
        JFores Mar 10, 2008 07:12 AM

        Di Fara pizzeria but not so quick. Adelman's on King's Highway. Let me think of some more; I used to spend loads of time around there during HS.

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        1. re: JFores
          jackieparis Mar 10, 2008 08:37 AM

          Great thanks. I'd love to hear more suggestions when you have them!

          1. re: jackieparis
            JFores Mar 10, 2008 07:50 PM

            Everything that comes to mind keeps being rather far down. I used to go to a Georgian place for ei, but it's also on King's Highway.

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