This Park Slope place is known (at least locally) for their brunch, but they do a seasonal American dinner as well. The menu changes often, but you’ll typically find a good number of vegetable dishes, a few kinds of fish, and some good roast chicken. Those trying to be less healthy will probably find at least a dish or two with foie gras or bacon. The place has a comfortable, low-key (but still very nice) environment that’s perfect for parents. Sit on the front patio if the weather is good.
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