18 "Crown Heights" Restaurants in New York.
Mayfield is the neighborhood place you wish you had in your neighborhood. Unless you live in Crown Heights, in which case it's in your neighborhood.
We might have more tacos around town, but we still don't have enough good, honest Mexican restaurants. Chavela's is one of them.
The Food Sermon is a counter-service spot in Crown Heights that serves really good Caribbean-influenced rice bowls.
Peppa’s is a small counter-service spot in Crown Heights that serves some great jerk chicken.
St Ends is a cocktail bar in Crown Heights with some couches and a bar inside, and a small patio out back.
Gueros is a counter-service spot in Crown Heights that serves some excellent tacos.
Dutch Boy Burger is an American restaurant attached to a big indoor/outdoor bar in Crown Heights.
Uotora is a sushi place in Crown Heights that’s a bit more casual and inexpensive than most other omakase spots.
Breukelen Coffee House serves Stumptown Coffee and has a back room with large tables that are good for work or a coffee date in Crown Heights.
Super Power is a tiki bar in Crown Heights where you’ll find young people drinking out of coconuts and playing pinball.
A bar/bakery hybrid in Crown Heights where you can have a giant slice of cake with your Old Fashioned.
Covenhoven is a craft beer bar in Crown Heights with cozy vibes and a nice backyard.
Franklin Park is a bar in Prospect Heights with a big outdoor space and a lively scene on weekends.
King Tai is a vaguely-tropical bar with relaxing vibes and a DJ on weekends. If you’re drinking in Crown Heights, this is one of your best options.