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Peaches in Bed-Stuy, anyone have any feedback???

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Hi Folks,

I came across this place on an article for Bed-Stuy and I am curious if it is worth going to?




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  1. wow I just found this post.


    I wonder if things have changed...

    1. I wouldn't make a special trip, but it's still a good thing to have in the area - and they were really among the first to take the gamble! Perhaps a bit more of a destination is Saraghina, just down the road...

      435 Halsey St, Brooklyn, NY 11233

      1. My first trip to Peaches was this past July and the experience was worlds different from that post. While nothing on the menu is going to knock your socks off, the food was good. They have a liquor license now and serve tasty cocktails. I remember having a rum punch that was quite refreshing for the hot day. I'd say Peaches is a good choice if you live in the nabe or are just passing through. Never been to their brunch but I've heard good things.

        1. I was there for a party not too ago, and loved it. Totally made me want to go back for dinner, and order something involving grits - deeeelicious. Impressive house-infusing of liquors going on at the bar...

          393 Lewis Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11233

          1. I agree that it is not a destination, but a great neighbourhood addition. Nice crowd too. The BBQ, pulled pork etc is fine but not amazing.

            1. Agree Peaches is a great neighborhood spot. It's especially delightful for brunch. I like to order coffee *and* a cocktail and eggs *and* a side of French toast and a green veggie. If you go on a Sunday in fine weather, you might catch all the ladies out and about in their finery and the neighborhood looking really beautiful. Check out the architecture and gardens on MacDonough between Stuyvesant and Lewis. Amazing. If you're looking for a destination spot, Saraghina is one of the best restaurants in New York City right now, in my opinion.