No matter the time, Trinidad Golden Place is probably going to have a line of people waiting for things like coconut rolls and raisin buns. Luckily the line at this Trinidadian bakery moves fast, so make sure to come prepared knowing what you want to order and with some cash in your pocket. Aside from some delicious doubles (spicy chickpeas wrapped in two layers of pastry dough) and a goat roti the size of an airplane squishy pillow, this place also serves a bunch of Chinese-American dishes like lo mein and fried rice.
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The Awkward Scone moved to Bed-Stuy and got a new name. Ursula makes the best breakfast burritos in Brooklyn. Get a side of chile.
Rangoon is an excellent Burmese restaurant in Crown Heights. Come for your next date night, small group dinner, or solo outdoor meal.
St Ends is a cocktail bar in Crown Heights with some couches and a bar inside, and a small patio out back.
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Peppa’s Jerk Chicken - Crown Heights
Peppa’s is a small counter-service spot in Crown Heights that serves some great jerk chicken.
Sally’s is a Caribbean spot in Bed-Stuy where you should get dinner or drinks someone who’s cooler than you.
Labay Market in Flatbush stocks mostly Caribbean imports, and the owners cook up traditional food most weekends.
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Chavela’s serves some very good Mexican food, and it’s also one of the most fun restaurants in Crown Heights for hanging out with a group.
Uotora is a sushi place in Crown Heights that’s a bit more casual and inexpensive than most other omakase spots.
Catfish does New-Orleans-style comfort food in Crown Heights. Come have something covered in gravy. (They're open late.)
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