The Blue Ribbon location in Park Slope shares plenty of similarities with the original in Soho. The menus are nearly identical, including the staples that we’ve ordered countless times at 2am at the Manhattan location - oysters, bone marrow and oxtail marmalade, and fried chicken. But this outpost caters to the neighborhood with some more family-friendly features - it closes at midnight rather than 4am, the music is lower and the lights are brighter, and the larger space has room for strollers and high chairs.
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