If you’re looking for a Black-owned restaurant to support near the Barclays Center, while simultaneously looking to support your unrelenting desire for guava-glazed wings, try Charm on Dean Street in Park Slope. This Caribbean restaurant opened in November 2020 with a menu of everything from pineapple and coconut fried rice to hibiscus sorbet. They’ve set up an outdoor dining area in front of their spot, and are also offering takeout.
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