Tuesday, June 19, 2012

The 10 Most Underrated Restaurants in Brooklyn

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This sweet Sunset Park spot doesn’t get a whole lot (heh) of attention compared to its local-loving brethren, and it’s just not fair. Chef Danny Rojo puts his money where his mouth is by sourcing as much as he can from project EATS—a local network of urban, community-run farms—with delicious results. There’s plenty of goodness to be found on the ever-changing list of chalkboard specials, but the family-style Sunday Suppers (three rib-sticking courses like fried chicken and gravy, mac and cheese with project EATS red kale, and rhubarb crumb bars for $30pp) are not to be missed.

687 Sixth Ave, Sunset Park



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