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anything new and noteworthy in BKLYN??

I eat out twice a week, mostly in P slope, Cobble/Carroll - looking to try something that might have opened up in the past 3 months that is noteworthy- any type - just looking for good food! Price not an issue nor is the hood (have a car).

Some places I like:

The farm on Add
BK fish camp

Thx in Advance

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  1. Have you tried Ghenet on 4th and Douglass yet?

    1. have you been beast in prospect heights? Noona, Amorina or James? All of these are in prospect heights and James opened up only weeks ago. The others are "old" standby's but great.

      1. Has anyone heard anything about a placed called B&B in Williamsburg? I read about it in Time Out but haven't been able to find anything on it.

        1. If you're into Japanese, Hibino on Henry/Pacific is good. Not exactly new, but not on your list is Lunetta on Smith/Pacific & Dean. Really good food.

          1. try barrio (mexican) on 7th ave in mid slope. i've only been once and it was very enjoyable, but i've yet to read a negative review from anyone.

            1. What? No Al Di La on your list? It is my wife's favorite restaurant in Brooklyn, and probably all of NYC. Try the risotto nero.

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              1. re: NYJewboy

                speaking of Al Di La, try the bolognese or beet ravioli

              2. other than James and Barrio none of the post are referring to new restaurants.
                I have heard of two new but have not been, would love to try.


                anyone been? thoughts?

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                1. re: ceasar11

                  i've been to each, one time only.

                  we had a GREAT brunch at abigail's, but a wine bar without a license to sell wine is kind of pointless, unless you collect wine as i do, so dinner there is on my to do list. asap! the dinner menu looked great.

                  and we had a dinner at eurotrip with another couple recently and just weren't all that impressed. but i've read other decent reviews, so maybe it was a single lone experience.

                  1. re: TBird

                    I had dinner at Abigail's a few weeks ago. Very delicious. The pepperdew appetizer was awesome. A sweet and slightly spicy pepper stuffed with manchego(?) cheese. Short ribs dinner was very good also. I've heard that they were a bit slow on the service but the night we went service was fine.

                  2. re: ceasar11

                    My husband and I had dinner at Abigail's a few weeks ago. We shared the cold gazpacho with avocado and crab meat. Very good. And we both had the short ribs. I think they had to find the cow, butcher it, then cook it, but the wait was worth it. Delicious.

                  3. The new TAZZA on Clark Street across from the entrance to the Subway is terrific.

                    Great for Lunch, Brunch, or a light Dinner (they close at 10)

                    The room is attractive, and the Coffee is absolutely delicious. The Baked Goods and Breads come from some of NY's best bakeries..Sullivan Street and Balthazar.

                    The Sandwiches and Panini are freshly made to order, and they serve delicious home made Oatmeal, as well.

                    There is a large, beautiful Bar, which will eventually be opened as an Enoteca, or Wine Bar.

                    Great addition to the neighborhood. No pretentions, miles above Starbucks, and Coffee is served in a real cup.

                    1. Eurotrip on 5th around 15th St has the most decadent deserts. They have a great prix fixe lunch a "Hungarian" sandwich and a pint for $10.