This steakhouse in Park Slope has one of the prettiest outdoor seating areas among all the kosher restaurants in the city. Set up in a renovated 1920s-era warehouse, the space is made from the original Prohibition-time building materials, and that attention to detail also carries over to the menu which—as the name of the restaurant suggests—is heavy on the bison. You’ll obviously want to try a steak here—there are seven different cuts on the menu—but the roster of appetizers is equally excellent with everything from smoked pastrami to prime rib risotto and smoked maple-glazed beef bacon.
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