Blueprint is one of our favorite cocktail spots in Brooklyn, not just because they make excellent drinks, but because it comes in handy for so many different needs. It’s a good date spot where you can share small plates like octopus or chicken liver mousse, and the kitchen stays open till 2am. If you want to get a drink on your way home or meet someone on the early side, they do Happy Hour on drinks and bar bites. Take that negroni out onto the back patio for maximum enjoyment.
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Blue Ribbon Brasserie
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A Park Slope Vietnamese restaurant with an incredible patio. This is not your usual banh mi shop.
Stone Park Cafe
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