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.
Ted & Honey 264 Clinton St, Brooklyn, NY11201 This Cobble Hill cafe prides itself on making all its food, from menu items to the ketchup, in-house, and in relying on…More local farmers for ingredients. In addition to making food to order, Ted and Honey sells prepared items such as dried or pickled fruits and canned sauces. Wi-Fi, magazines and the New York Times are provided free for customers.
Atlantic Fruit & Vegetable 181 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY11201 Perhaps the best word to describe this local food store is "fresh," The store is full of fresh fruit and…More vegetables along with nuts, snacks, drinks and some household items. No wonder Atlantic Fruit & Vegetable made the 2010 Zaget Rated "Goumet Shopping and Entertaining" list.
Chop Chop 126 Smith St, Brooklyn, NY11201 Chop Chop is a local deli/organic grocery. It serves up hot and cold sandwiches, made fresh daily. Chop Chop is locally…More known for its organic and vegetarian food selections. It has an ATM on-site, but also accepts credit cards. It has been in operation since 2006, and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Pok Pok NY 127 Columbia St, Brooklyn, NY11231 Andy Ricker brings his James Beard Award-winning Thai street food shop to Brooklyn with Pok Pok NY. Dishing up classics…More like Muu Kaam Waan and Laap Pet Isaan, this restaurant will certainly awaken taste buds. Its menu features authentic Thai cuisine, tasted and tested on the streets of Thailand. It uses local products when accessible and practical.
Beastly Bite is a local pet food supply shop. It has big dog bone stickers in front and friendly cats lounging…More in the window. It delivers.</p>
<p>-Update- Beastly Bite moved to a new location across the street from the one pictured here and just south of Pacific St.</p>
Lunetta Restaurant 116 Smith St, Brooklyn, NY11201 Lunetta ("little moon") is a Smith Street gem where managing partner/chef Adam Shepard coaxes robust flavors from local,…More organic, sustainable food sources. The menu tells you where the day's delights are from. "Wine friendly" cheeses and crudites, a handsome bar and an open kitchen enchant the senses and warm the spirit. Two communal tables join six two-seaters. The al fresco garden is open during pleasant weather.
Watty & Meg 248 Court St, Brooklyn, NY11201 This American eatery sports a comfortably worn interior, with tin ceilings and vintage wooden shelves and church…More pews. Sidewalk seating is offered in warm weather, and a secondary dining area called the Oak Room can be booked for private events. The menu is seasonal and emphasizes local food and healthily raised meat. Current items include pan-seared brook trout, Vegetable Wellington and a pulled pork sandwich. Monday nights feature a burger-and-beer special, while Tuesdays offer acoustic music.