Photos Matthew Leifheit
There’s never been a better time to eat out in Brooklyn,
where comfort-food staples are prepared with well researched back-to-nature classicism and respect, or innovative foodie flair—or both. The same holds true for ethnic foods, where long-refined skill meets all sorts of new influences. So, in a borough so spoilt for choice of everything from salad to dessert, what is there to do but argue over who does it best?.