Best of Brooklyn 2013: Food 

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Best Manhattan Defection
Corton’s Paul Liebrandt Opening The Elm

Telling the New York Times that “he couldn’t be less Brooklyn” didn’t keep fine-dining chef Paul Liebrandt from packing his tweezers and decamping to Williamsburg this year.


Best Southern Twang
Mama Joy’s

This place serves up a variety of southern staples all day and deep into the night. Grits, cornbread and hush puppies--yes, HUSH PUPPIES--are great against their extensive beer and spirit selections, which include some of the cheapest beer and shot specials around. Also, HUSH PUPPIES.



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