183 "Brooklyn"Restaurants in New York.
Our NYC pizza power rankings have forever changed. Emily not only has some of the best pizza in the city, it’s also got one of the best burgers. That means you should probably get there soon.
Al Di La is the ultimate neighborhood Italian restaurant. If you live in Park Slope, congratulations.
Di Fara is the best slice of pizza in New York, and worth every bit of the $5 and 30 minutes of waiting that it will cost you.
If you don’t live in NY, you might have some spot in your ’hood that does a decent Neapolitan pie. You might even be able to find a respectable slice from time to time. But you do not have a Paulie...
The best BBQ in New York City resides in Red Hook, in a Texas-style dining hall of sacred smoked meats known as Hometown Bar-B-Que.
Roberta's is the most important pizza joint in New York City, and this commune of Brooklyn culture only gets better with age.
Marlow & Sons is a pioneering Brooklyn restaurant that's relatively small in size but big on personality. Mark this down as an Infatuation favorite.
Three blocks from the Barclays Center, Chuko is not only an ideal pre-game move, but our favorite ramen joint in Brooklyn.
Legendary thin crust pizza that you should make the trip to Coney Island for.
Diner is basically responsible for Williamsburg's existence as the coolest neighborhood in the country.
Yes, it can be annoying to deal with an unpredictable situation, but for a pizza this good, we’re willing to deal with it. Lucali is incredible.
At Battersby, the food is so incredible that it outweighs the complete lack of vibe. Make it a point to get here.
Delaware & Hudson in Williamsburg is of the best and most affordable tasting menus in NYC.
La Vara is the best Spanish restaurant in Brooklyn, and possibly all of New York City.
You're going to need an hour on the train to get to Tanoreen. But if you appreciate Middle Eastern or Mediterranean food, it's more than worth it.