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Saul Restaurant
140 Smith St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Saul Restaurant serves a fine-dining menu based around seasonal, locally grown foods amid a relaxed atmosphere. EntreesMore are between $20 and $30; starters are less than $22. The dining room is small but never feels crowded. Saul hosts private, in-restaurant events and provides catering services, too.
Take Root
187 Sackett St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
Take Root is a venue and a restaurant–a place to eat and indulge. Take Root was created to share thoughtful cuisineMore enjoyed in a comfortable, intimate environment. The dishes served embrace both the simple and the complex through a handcrafted, seasonal menu. The concept of redefining intimate, formal dining in a casual setting provides a familiar sentiment a unique dining experience.
Bagel World
181 Court St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
This store does a brisk morning business, particularly on weekends, selling bagels, coffee and other breakfast fare.More Sandwiches are also available. The dining area is large with ample seating.
Ting Hua
351 Smith St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
Ting Hua is a Chinese restaurant offering take out. At one corner of the dining area is a glass case displaying minatureMore figures and assorted bric-a-brac. Specials at this restaurant include an all-day "dinner for one" deal that consists of a main course with a choice of soup and rice. Purchases of $15 or more come with a free can of soda. Dishes can be steamed if requested. The dining area has limited seating with three tables.
Dallas Jones Bar-B-Q
87 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Located on Atlantic Avenue, between Hicks and Henry Streets, Dallas Jones Bar-B-Q is open late seven days a week forMore your convenience.  Meal options include burgers, sandwiches, brisket and, of course, ribs. According to the menu, "All meats and produce are personally hand-selected every morning at the market," so you can be sure your food is made from fresh ingredients. A clean and cozy dining room invites patrons to dine in, but takeout, catering and free delivery services are all available. Visit the Web site for more information.
Casa Rosa Restaurant
384 Court St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
This longstanding Carroll Gardens restaurant serves Southern Italian fare in a spacious dining area. The menuMore offers a wide selection of traditional cuisine, particularly varieties of veal, pasta and seafood, along with steaks and chops. Casa Rosa also makes deliveries between 4pm and 9pm. There is a separate room available for private parties.
Tripoli
156 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Located on the corner of Atlantic Avenue and Clinton Street, Tripoli Restaurant serves authentic Lebanese cuisine in aMore softly-lit dining area. Offerings include dishes such as babaganouj, falafel, lentil soup, kifta mishwiye and wara'nib. The menu features detailed descriptions for those who are unfamiliar with the cuisine. The restaurant, opened by the Salem family in 1973, accommodates groups and offers convenient free delivery service. 
PJ Hanley's Tavern
449 Court St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
Known to be the oldest bar in Brooklyn, according to management, PJ Hanley's Tavern is the current incarnation of a pubMore dating to 1874. Photos of the bar and Brooklyn's history adorn one of the walls. A large garden area offers additional seating. Patrons can dine on burgers and traditional bar food or order from South Brooklyn Pizza next door, which share the same owner.
House Of Pizza
132 Union St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
On Union Street just west of the BQE, House of Pizza specializes in classic New York pizza. In addition to offering aMore variety of pies, the restaurant also does sandwiches, panini, pasta dishes and garlic knots. Enjoy your meal in a spacious dining area, or have food delivered to your door. Orders can be placed by phone or online.
Caruso Pizzeria Restaurant
150 Smith St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
The pizza here is distinguished by a sesame-covered crust. In addition to pizza, Caruso sells heroes,More pasta and some Italian entrees, as well as burgers and french fries. There is a small dining area in a separate back room.  The business is also located next to the Bergen Street subway station.
Hana Cafe
235 Smith St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
Orange lanterns hang over the entrance to this Smith Street Japanese restaurant. Sushi chefs work at a bar in the cornerMore of the dining room. The menu offers lunch specials served with miso soup or green salad from noon - 4pm and a dinner combination box.
Canteen Delicatessen Cafe
57 4th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217
Canteen Delicatessen is a large market and deli offering burgers, hot and hold sandwiches, prepared foods, espresso,More cold drinks, and pastries. This location is new, spacious, and clean with a grill and oven. It gets lots of natural light, and offers five small tables for dine-in service.
Reginella
193 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Reginella offers pizzeria fare and Italian cuisine prepared in a Neapolitan style. Soft lighting and exposed brickMore create a warm dining atmosphere at this location near the busy intersection of Atlantic Avenue and Court Street. Aside from pizza, the menu includes hero and Italian focaccia sandwiches, as well as entries such as lasagna napoletana and chicken parmigiana.
Wild Ginger
112 Smith St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
This Smith Street vegan eatery offers items ranging from teriyaki to kimchee to pad thai, along with adaptations such asMore General Tso's Soy Protein. A lunch special and an assortment of desserts are also available. The dining room features some large tables to accommodate groups, and there is a backyard patio with additional seating. An ATM can be found a short distance down the street.
Subway
216 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Subway is a restaurant chain that prepares hero sandwiches to customers' specifications. A variety of breakfastMore sandwiches are also available as are special meals for kids. This location is near the intersection of Atlantic Avenue and Court Street and has a fairly large dining area.
Fountain Cafe
183 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11201
This Atlantic Avenue Syrian restaurant prides itself on its hummus, baba gannouj and falafel. A small, carvedMore lion's head fountain in the middle of the dining room gives the restaurant its name. Friday and Saturday nights feature belly-dancing and hookahs.
Bergen Street Residence
334 Bergen St, Brooklyn, NY 11217
Bergen Street Residence is a non-profit SRO. SRO means "single room occupancy." The tenants of the building rent anMore individual room, but however share common facilities such as restrooms and cooking/dining area. The facility's support staff is on site Monday through Saturday. Security is posted 24 hours a day. The SRO is owned and operated by Lutheran Social Services of New York.
Yoshi Japanese
170 Smith St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Yoshi is a Japanese/sushi restaurant.  Patrons can sit and dine at the loveseat-styled booths or the glowing,More coral-colored bar. Besides the obligatory sushi rolls, the impressive menu offers soups, salads, hibachi dinners, bento boxes and tempura meals.
Mandys Healthy Cafe and Juice Bar
227 Smith St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
Located in Carroll Gardens, Mandys Healthy Cafe and Juice Bar offers organic dining and beverage options, includingMore salads, sandwiches, wraps, burgers, soups, breakfast fare, juice, smoothies and shakes. Mandys also features a children's menu. 
Red Apple Restaurant
327 Court St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
This Chinese take-out spot features a small, functional dining area with a tank of giant fish on one side of the room.More Red Apple also provides some non-Chinese items such as fried chicken and barbecued spare ribs.
Em Thai Kitchen
278 Smith St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
Em serves Thai food on distinctive large plates in a minimalist dining area. The daily lunch special, whichMore contains a main course and two appetizers, is a popular option. Although Em offers popular Thai dishes such as pad thai, a special section of the menu offers spicier, more authentic selections.
Henry Public
329 Henry St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Henry Public is a bar and restaurant in Cobble Hill with a menu that takes inspiration from turn-of-the-century staplesMore as well as modern cuisine. As you walk in the place offers a saloon-like feel. The dining options include burgers, steaks, oysters, marrow bones and much more. The drink selection at Henry Public is comprised of wine, draught beer and specialty cocktails. 
The Jakewalk
282 Smith St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
The Jakewalk's name refers to the effects of "jake," a Prohibition-era slang term for a kind of bootlegMore alcohol. The bar and restaurant aims to put a new spin on traditional pub fare, serving up gourmet cheeses, meats and fondues and stocking a wide variety of wines, scotches and whiskeys. A sidewalk dining area offers additional seating in warm weather.