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Tito Papas


307 Meeker Ave, Brooklyn
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The Breakers is a bar in Williamsburg with a dance floor and a big outdoor area, and if you walk inside and take a hard left, you'll find a little counter serving what can best be described as "Filipino-inspired pre-hangover food." The counter is run by a pop-up called Tito Papas, and you can stop by for anything from chopped cheese fries and steak nachos to vegetable lumpia and fried chicken sisig tacos. We're partial to the burger, which comes with a hefty patty, plenty of cheese, some tangy onions, and a dollop of chunky Spam jam. It's sort of like a fast food burger, but bigger and more aggressive. For a well-rounded meal, get an order of the poutine topped with lechon kawali. The fries, mozzarella, gravy, and deep-fried pork belly will balance out any booze in your system and help you dance until 4am.

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