Maite is a cute little spot serving food that actually feels different than what you’ll find at 90% of other cute little Brooklyn spots. The food here is European-inspired farm to table stuff, which amounts to a menu that has everything from empanadas, to burrata with squid ink, to rib eye with an arepa. (And, ok fine, there’s also a burger - but it’s also very good.) Come here with a date or a group when you’ve seen the pizza/pasta/salad show too many times lately.
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