Brooklyn Bread Cafe 436 Court St, Brooklyn, NY11231 The Brooklyn Bread Cafe is a counter-service restaurant. It offers sandwiches, soup, pastries, coffee and free Wi-Fi.…More Its Court Street location is spacious and clean, with ample seating and a flat-screen television with news feed.
Established in 1930, Damascus Bread & Pastry Shop is a family-owned Middle Eastern Bakery. The shop specializes…More in daily fresh-baked pita bread, baklava and other phyllo-based treats, both sweet and savory, all of which are showcased within an impressive glass display spanning practically two-thirds the length of the modestly sized shop.
There are many sandwich choices for those on the go, such as shawarma, falafel, and even low carb pita wraps. Damascus also stocks a wide variety of olives, olive oil and traditional spreads and dips, such as hummus and baba ghannouj.
Mazzola Bakery & Cafe is a family-owned and operated business that offers daily fresh baked bread, pastries, and…More desserts as well as coffee and other beverages. A singular framed black and white photo of the bakery, labeled "1940," decorates the wall of the small cafe.
Despite its small size, the cafe's large glass case displays a multitude of cookies, cupcakes, and pies. The window features several varieties of freshly baked bread loaves. For those on the go, the cafe is a necessary coffee and bagel pitstop for morning commuters as well as the after-school crowd.
Mazzola Bakery is also a wholesale supplier to several local restaurants.
Good Food Supermarket 431 Court St, Brooklyn, NY11231 The Good Food Supermarket is a rare find with affordable produce and a full butcher's counter. Run by the same family…More for 33 years. Offering produce, dry foods, bread, charcoal and other home supplies. Good Food offers catering and free delivery.
El Cibao Restaurant 172 Smith St, Brooklyn, NY11201 El Cibao Restaurant is a Dominican eatery offering various pork, chicken, steak and seafood entrees. In addition, the…More menu includes soup, salads, breakfast items and sandwiches such as roast pork, cuban and breaded beef steak. El Cibao also offers fruit shakes in flavors such as orange, papaya and guanabana.
Hadramout Restaurant 172 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY11201 This downstairs Yemeni restaurant caters to cab drivers and stays open late into the night. As Arabic-language…More television plays, waiters bring dishes such as chicken muhamer and lamb ghallaba along with bread and sweet tea. There is an ATM just outside the entrance.
Cobblestone Foods LLC 199 Court St, Brooklyn, NY11201 As a caterer, Cobblestone Foods is known throughout the city for its unique twist on American cuisine. Cobblestone…More Foods' store location makes their delicious prepared foods available to their neighbors in Cobble Hill. Fresh chickens roast on a rotisserie just behind a selection of fine cheeses and fresh breads, but make sure to try the macaroni & cheese.
Lilla Cafe 126 Union St, Brooklyn, NY11231 Lilla Cafe is a restaurant offering a wide selection of traditional American cuisine. The chef at this…More establishment offers freshly baked bread, homemade pasta and locally grown, fresh ingredients. This restaurant is accessible at the Carroll Street station on the F and G.
Malko Karkanni Bros 174 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY11201 Malko Karkanni Bros general store specializes in Middle Eastern imports. In this shop, customers will find olives, nuts,…More candy, breads, teas, coffees, hummus and pastries for sale, as well as newspapers and other periodicals. Wholesale orders are also available for those interested in making larger purchases.
Margaret Palca Bakes 191 Columbia St, Brooklyn, NY11231 Founded as a wholesale bakery in 1985, Margaret Palca Bakes sells baked goods to cafes throughout the city, in addition…More to operating a retail location on Columbia Street. The shop offers made-to-order sandwiches, coffee, soups and baked breads, as well as a wide variety of pastries and sweets--including Ms. Palca's famed rugelach.
Cobble Hill Mart 159 Baltic St, Brooklyn, NY11201 Cobble Hill Mart is the neighborhood spot to pick up your bread and milk and lottery ticket in the evening and…More your coffee and New York Times in the morning. It also stocks many household necessities including Scotch tape, thumbtacks, batteries, cookies and sugar—just to name a few.
Staubitz Market Meats 222 Court St, Brooklyn, NY11201 Established in 1917, Staubitz Market's long-running specialty is aged prime beef. Also for sale here are fine pastas,…More quality oils and cooking wines, imported and domestic cheeses, artisan breads and hormone-and antibiotic-free meats. The family-owned shop is a neighborhood staple, as it is one of the oldest food establishments still operating in New York.
Cobble Grill 212 Degraw St, Brooklyn, NY11231 This small eatery just off Henry Street is known for its fries and burgers, such as the Brooklyn Burger, topped…More with Swiss cheese, chipotle mayonnaise, lettuce, tomato and onion rings. Other options include ciabatta bread sandwiches, salads and a separate kid's menu. With only two tables, Cobble Grill is primarily a takeout and delivery establishment.
61 Local 61 Bergen St, Brooklyn, NY11201 61 Local serves food and beer from local sources. The simple menu offers four tantalizing choices: hard cheese plates,…More cured meat plates (with Brooklyn-cured country pate), ricotta toast and soft cheese plates (3 pungent farmstead cheeses with roasted red grapes and toasted raisin walnut bread). All are washed down with local brews.
Betty Bakery 448 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY11217 From a cupcake to a custom cake, Betty Bakery is where pastry chefs and cake designers make masterpieces for your mouth.…More Just looking for something different for breakfast? Try the Tea Breads, Orange Brioche or Pain au chocolate. Look for the sidewalk sandwich board for today's special.
Smith Deli Grocery 301 Smith St, Brooklyn, NY11231 Smith Deli Grocery is a well-stocked little supermarket. This family-run location offers standard market items like…More eggs, milk, bread, a small selection of produce and a large selection of dry goods. Smith Deli Grocery offers home essentials in a clean and friendly atmosphere. It also offers free delivery.
Yemen Cuisine 145 Court St, Brooklyn, NY11201 This unassumingly decorated restaurant is known for its authentic Yemeni food including lamb, chicken and fish options…More (along with some vegetarian choices). Most dishes are served with soup, salad and large oven-baked flat bread. Traditional sweet tea is also available, and there are a few breakfast dishes that can be ordered throughout the day.
Giardini 363 Smith St, Brooklyn, NY11231 This old-fashioned Carroll Gardens pizzeria is popular for its unusually thin-crusted Sicilian pies and slices, although…More standard Neapolitan pizza is sold as well. The extensive list of toppings range from sausage and pepperoni to gorgonzola, shrimp and cherry peppers. Italian sandwiches, calzones and stuffed pizza bread are also available, as are a variety of pasta dishes. A large fenced-in patio provides additional seating.
Caputo's Bake Shop 329 Court St, Brooklyn, NY11231 Established in 1904, Caputo's Bake Shop has spanned five generations of Caputo family history. The bakery has existed in…More a few locations through the years, but has always been in the Carroll Gardens area. The front window of the bakery showcases the various loaves of fresh bread, which are baked daily on the premises. The glass case features the multitude of desserts made here daily including traditional Italian cookies, cream pastries, pies and cakes.
Oriental Pastry & Grocery 170 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY11201 Oriental Pastry & Grocery is deceptively small, and packed with a vast array of Middle Eastern specialties. For sale…More here are nuts, olives, cheeses, dried fruit, coffees, teas and breads, as well as large barrels of dried goods like chickpeas and fava beans. The best-selling pastries are the ladyfingers, though a number of other options are available for take-out. Catering is also available for dinner and dessert events.
Everybody Eats 294 3rd Ave, Brooklyn, NY11215 Everybody Eats is not a restaurant, but a kitchen that makes gluten-free food for sale to both stores and individuals.…More It specializes in pasta and pizza, party cakes, breads and desserts. Housed in a nondescript building on Third Avenue, it is open daily for customers to pick up phone-in orders, and on Saturdays for walk-in customers. Everybody Eats will also ship food to customers nationwide. The menu offers some items that are dairy-free as well.