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The New Yorker Eats in Brooklyn
Allswell is one of The New Yorker Eats in Brooklyn.

1. Allswell

8.7
124 Bedford Ave (at N 10th St), Brooklyn, NY
American Restaurant · Williamsburg · 245 tips and reviews

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Hannah Goldfield: The dishes were tasty enough, "and felt appropriate in the restaurant’s shire-inn-style setting". More: http://nyr.kr/SAYFeV

2. Mayfield

8.9
688 Franklin Ave (at Prospect Pl), Brooklyn, NY
American Restaurant · Crown Heights · 173 tips and reviews

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: "The food, creative yet controlled, is unusually delicious. Seafood fares particularly well..." -Hannah Goldfield, in the 2/4/2013 issue. Read more.

Bistro Petit is one of The New Yorker Eats in Brooklyn.

3. Bistro Petit

774 Driggs Ave (at S 3rd St.), Brooklyn, NY
French Restaurant · Williamsburg · 64 tips and reviews

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: "Indeed, it felt like good luck to eat there." Hannah Goldfield reviews Bistro Petit in the Nov. 12, 2012 issue: Read more.

Gwynnett Street is one of The New Yorker Eats in Brooklyn.

4. Gwynnett Street

312 Graham Ave (at Ainslie St), Brooklyn, NY
American Restaurant · East Williamsburg · 79 tips and reviews

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Don’t be deterred by the kitchen’s unusual pairings: “This is food that’s meant to challenge you, which is presumably why the kitchen presents it as art.” Indeed, art that you're guaranteed to devour. Read more.

Pok Pok NY is one of The New Yorker Eats in Brooklyn.

5. Pok Pok NY

117 Columbia St (at Kane St), Brooklyn, NY
Thai Restaurant · Cobble Hill · 342 tips and reviews

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: While dining at this Southeast Asian restaurant may not be a relaxed experience, one can “take comfort in the fact that the food lives up to the hype.” Read more.

Parish Hall is one of The New Yorker Eats in Brooklyn.

6. Parish Hall

109A N 3rd St (btwn Berry St. & Wythe Ave.), Brooklyn, NY
American Restaurant · Williamsburg · 37 tips and reviews

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: "...beautiful things happen when George Weld stays open for dinner." Silvia Killingsworth reviews Parish Hall 10/29/12: http://nyr.kr/Tvf6aj