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The Nosh is our curated column of dishes, drinks and food products that set Brooklyn apart.

  • Italian Pulled Pork Sandwich from Frank and Eddie’s Butcher Bar

    (Photo: Mary Luisi) Brooklynites have had their share of pulled pork sandwiches of late, but Frank and Eddie's Butcher Bar in Bay Ridge (276 Bay Ridge Parkway) serves an Italian Pulled Pork sandwich that is old school delicious.  It is a small feast - flavorful, balanced, and robust - able to feed one Italian or two hungry…

  • The Alice Cocktail at Alice’s Arbor

    Located on the cusp of Bed-Stuy and Clinton Hill sits Alice’s Arbor - an interesting bar/restaurant with an even more interesting clientele (interesting in a good way). Opened last May, patrons walk into an open space with a long wooden bar – to its left a large rustic-style dining space and, to the right, a corner styled into a gourmet goods…

  • Kimchi Ramen at Chuko

    (Photo: Kimchi Ramen at Chuko) Ramen in America has come a long way from the instant variety that has, at one point or another, graced the shelves of college dorms everywhere. In fact, ramen shops practicing the infinitely better “gourmet” variety continue to pop up at an astonishing rate. One such eatery, Chuko has made its mark…

  • Vegan Pizza at Vinnie’s in Williamsburg

    (Photo: Tanya Silverman) Vinnie’s Pizzeria in Williamsburg certainly has the exterior appearance of your typical local pizza place. Inside, you can hang out in one of the red booths and study the kitschy decorations while they bake up your order. But, apart from a welcoming atmosphere filled with colorful illustrations, prints and stickers, the main allure of…

  • Jerk Fried Oysters at Elberta

    (Photo: Rebecca Kritzer) Nothing sings southern charm like fried food. At Elberta, a restaurant and bar paying homage to a soulful jazz singer of the same name, oysters are no exception to this cooking style. In fact, they come in the most crisp form, with a delicious tempura crust encasing the notoriously slick mollusk. Now…

  • Chicken Wings at Terroir

    (Photo: Terroir Park Slope) When we heard popular Manhattan wine bar Terroir planned on crossing the river to come to Park Slope, we were skeptical it would keep its focus on the wacky, hidden gems of the wine world, not to mention whether Brooklynites would take to the free sherrry happy hour (no we’re not making that up).…

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