Luke’s Lobster has become a pretty big chain, with a few locations around New York, plus spots in cities across the country. They serve Maine-style lobster rolls - meaning the meat is chilled and served on a split top bun with a little mayo and lemon butter - and it’s still one of the better lobster rolls you can find in the city. The Park Slope location has a good draft beer selection, which is best enjoyed at a picnic table in the backyard.
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Camperdown Elm a neighborhood spot deep in Park Slope where you can get some creative American food in a nice, casual environment.
Fausto is a Park Slope Italian restaurant that’s great for a celebratory dinner or a date you really don’t want to mess up.
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If you end up at Rider, you'll probably enjoy it. But it doesn't need to go on your Brooklyn must-hit list.
Even though it's in Midtown, this multi-level meat market serves up one of our favorite steaks in town, and it's not what you might expect from a steakhouse in the area.
The Happiest Hour
For those times in your life when you just need a stiff drink and delicious burger in the West Village, The Happiest Hour is the move.
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A Park Slope Vietnamese restaurant with an incredible patio. This is not your usual banh mi shop.
Stone Park Cafe
Stone Park Cafe is one of Park Slope's best staple restaurants, and has consistently been serving its people for the better part of a decade. Chronic Brunchers, get your asses over to Stone Park.
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