Although a few Manhattan media lackeys still insist on throwing shade at
Brooklyn’s dining scene (we’re looking at you, Josh Ozersky!), we remain immensely proud of it. Because where else can you travel from Sicily to Phuket to Oaxaca to the Deep South in the course of one city block? So allow us to honor the borough’s best dishes (at restaurants both old and new) at a wide range of prices, from an 80-cent beef patty at a bakery in Flatbush to a $52 plate of Kiev-style chicken in Williamsburg.