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Atlantic Ave ArtWalk June 6, 7

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carochinha Jun 6, 2008 10:15 AM

Has anyone attended this in the past? I hear there's a falafel guy who rocks at this fair. Any suggestions for gland activating foods at restaurants on/near Atlantic or street food at the event?

Link for details: http://artwalk08.com

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    chow_gal Jun 6, 2008 10:26 AM

    Or are you think of the Altantic Antic? That is the big Atlantic Avenue festival with great food. And it has a "schwarma guy" not falafel.

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      carochinha Jun 6, 2008 10:39 AM

      Hmm. That's a separate event (and you're right about it being schwarma, not falafel).

      Any suggestions in the area for this weekends's event? It's an Art crawl, open studios, etc.

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        BklnChicken Jun 6, 2008 06:17 PM

        Speaking of falafel, there is excellent middle eastern at Bedouin Tent, on the northeastern corner of Atlantic Avenue and Bond. Right next to it is Bacchus and Stan's Place, although I haven't had lunch or brunch there in a long time. Across the street is the wonderful Blue Marble ice cream and Betty Bakery. On that block or the next one down is Stir It Up, a Jamaican place. After you've seen the art, have a drink at Donna da Vine on the south side of Atlantic, between Bond & Hoyt, or at Deity, on the same block. Or wander down Smith Street to Sample. Search Smith Street on Chowhound to find other great local restaurants.

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          NYJewboy Jun 8, 2008 10:49 AM

          Glad you mentioned it Bklynchicken. Bedouin Tent is my favorite of all of those places. I especially like the chicken ouzi (only on weekends) and the lambajin pizza. I eat there a few times a week.

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            Larry Brooks Jun 8, 2008 02:31 PM

            The Olive Vine cafe, newly opened on Court and Sackett has Chicken Ouzi on the menu every day, and it -rocks-, This part of Brooklyn needed a new challenge to Zaytoons, which has gone way downhill.
            They have lambajin, too. And I eat there a few times a week and this location has only been open a month!

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