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Where to eat around Atlantic/Flatbush Ave. of Brooklyn??

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asdf Nov 7, 2009 12:29 PM

I recently took a new job in the Atlantic/Flatbush Ave. area, in the building of the Atlantic Terminal Mall, actually. The place feels like a culinary desert, compared to what I'm used to in Manhattan. PLEASE help me find some local places, that do take-out, and is walkable and ready in my 30 min-1 hour lunch breaks. I eat absolutely everything, and it is my preference to do a new cuisine everyday. Thank you immensely!

  1. bobjbkln Nov 7, 2009 12:44 PM

    Alchemy
    Stir it Up
    Taro Sushi
    Also walk East on Fulton St. from Flatbush Ave. for some lunch places.

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    Alchemy
    56 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217

    Taro Sushi
    244 Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217

    Stir It Up
    514 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217

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      asdf Nov 8, 2009 02:32 PM

      Sushi, that's excellent! I can definitely do sushi 2-3 times a week. I will be searching for Taro tomorrow, thanks!

      Sidenote: Is this the Boerum Hill/Park Slope area of Brooklyn?

      1. re: asdf
        bobjbkln Nov 8, 2009 07:32 PM

        You're at the intersection of Boerum Hill/Fort Greene/Downtown Brooklyn/Park Slope and Prospect Heights. Alchemy and Taro Sushi are in the very northern end of Park Slope. Stir it Up is Northeast Boerum Hill. Atlantic Center is in Southwest Fort Greene. Enjoy.

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        Taro Sushi
        244 Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217

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      suetibu Nov 7, 2009 02:44 PM

      ale house - burgers and beer

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      1. re: suetibu
        bobjbkln Nov 8, 2009 01:51 PM

        Unfortunately, the Waterfront Ale House is quite a distance from Atlantic/Flatbush Avenues.

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        DeeDee Nov 9, 2009 04:52 AM

        I would recommend Burger 67 on Lafayette and Fulton Street. Great burgers (including veggie and turkey burgers) and a relaxed atmosphere. Mullane's is also good for salads, soups, pub food -- friendly and good service.

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          sadarami Nov 9, 2009 06:22 AM

          Walk up Flatbush to Christies for Beef Patties & Coco Bread, plus decent Jerk Chicken and other stuff. Its between Sterling and Plaza I think. Two other places that get good reviews and are nearby are Bark, a new fancy hot dog place, and City Subs.

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            chorosch Nov 9, 2009 06:46 AM

            I would take a walk down Atlantic. Between 3rd and 4th avenues there are a few Middle Eastern places that do take out. They don't look like much from the street, but trust me. Delicious and really cheap.

            1. Bob Martinez Nov 9, 2009 07:39 AM

              City Sub is a quarter mile away. Their sandwiches are outstanding. There are about 20 combination sandwiches listed on their menu and they'll add various condiments like onion or sweet peppers if you ask. They can get busy at peak times but you can phone in your order in advance to beat the lines.

              http://www.menupages.com/restaurants/...

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              City Sub
              450 Bergen St, Brooklyn, NY 11217

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                chowbie Nov 9, 2009 08:39 AM

                It only appears to be a desert. 2-3 blocks in almost any direction will get you into a good food neighbourhood. But a 30min break is very short to get to the good places.

                All here are good suggestions. Strolling down Lafayette or Fulton in Ft Greene will get you lots of cuisines (Ethiopian, sushi, etc). Atlantic Ave is good for Middle Eastern as mentioned and there is also a pan-Asian place called Mai on the other side of the street. BKLYN Larder on Flatbush & Bergen will sort you out for lunch anytime. Just start walking!

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