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Although located on a well-trafficked block in Park Slope, Palo Santo feels like it's a million miles away from the bustle of New York. Sitting in the restaurant's brick-walled backyard is as enchanting as being in a secret garden. The white wine sangria at Palo Santo is the perfect summer drink in that it barely even feels like you're doing anything except hydrating yourself when, really, you are getting fully and profoundly buzzed. If you feel the need to soak up some of the alcohol with food (which, that's very smart of you), try the crispy-skinned chicken. Lady Brett probably would have gone for red meat, but you're drinking white wine here, so you should go for the chicken.
Palo Santo; 652 Union Street, Park Slope