Like the other three Court Street Grocers locations, this one in Williamsburg serves a big menu of breakfast and lunch sandwiches. Morning options include a BEC and breakfast tacos, and there are a lot more options in the afternoon, with sandwiches ranging from a vegan one with roasted cauliflower to a very heavy meatloaf option with cheese sauce. Our favorite is the roast beef with housemade BBQ sauce, horseradish mayo, and crispy onions. There are only about 12 seats, and this spot closes at 6pm most days, so keep it in mind for a takeout breakfast or lunch.
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Some of the best sandwiches in Brooklyn. Court Street Grocers is a Carroll Gardens favorite, but it's good enough to travel for, too.
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