Hugo & Sons is a family-friendly, affordable neighborhood spot in Park Slope, and it looks a lot nicer than the average place you bring your kids. The food isn’t mind-blowing but it’s simple and crowd-pleasing, and the service is friendly. You can come in brunch or stop by with a date when they turn down the lights at night.
Hugo & Sons is permanently closed.
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