No 7 is a neighborhood place in Fort Greene where you can get a steak, a burger, or a piece of fish if you’re trying to become a healthier version of yourself. Think of this place as a really nice pub that happens to have a big dining room in the back. Feel free to bring a date and grab a table, or just sit at the bar up front and have a fried chicken sandwich if it’s a Tuesday and you don’t have the energy to take things out of your fridge and turn them into food.
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Bati Ethiopian Restaurant
Bati Ethiopian Kitchen is a small Ethiopian spot in Fort Greene that's ideal for a small group or a date.
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Barawine is a wine bar in Harlem with a little dining room where they serve French-ish American food.
Around since 1980, The Odeon is a New York City classic. It may not be the same downtown destination that it was thirty years ago, but they still serve very respectable bistro food and stiff drinks, and brunch is always reliable.
Clinton St. Baking Company
During brunch hours, it’s not uncommon for people outside Clinton Street Baking Company to wait two hours for the pure, fluffy cakes of ecstasy that this place is known for. We won’t join them…but we can’t blame them either.
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Karasu is a Japanese speakeasy/izakaya you find by going through the back door of Walter’s in Fort Greene. Go for cocktails and fried chicken.
Walter's has mastered the art of the perfect neighborhood restaurant. Plus, we're pretty sure it's named after a dog.
Buka Nigerian Restaurant
Buka is a casual restaurant in Clinton Hill that’s open late, serves a variety of Nigerian food, and has a van that you can eat inside of.
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