Monday, August 5, 2013

Brooklyn On a Budget: 10 Cheap Eats at Brooklyn's Best Restaurants

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Parish Hall
Lest you think that all my budget options at expensive restaurants are going to be salads, appetizers, or cheese plates, may I now present to you the patty melt from Parish Hall? While a full dinner will set you back some real money here, the patty melt comes in at $15, and is worth every last penny. Combining a juicy grass fed-beef patty with lamb bacon(!) and tangy, gooey Landaff cheddar cheese between crispy slices of grilled rye bread, this patty melt hits the spot in every possible way. It also comes with salad or fries, and I guess you could go with the salad, but who am I kidding, I always get the fries and I think you should too.

Parish Hall; 109A North 3rd Street, Williamsburg

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Kristin Iversen

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Kristin Iversen is the Managing Editor at Brooklyn Magazine and the L Magazine. She has been described as "a hipster buzzword made flesh." This seems pretty accurate.

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