Gather is a bright all-day cafe in Park Slope serving a bunch of good market sides, so you can make a meal out of things like brussels sprout and pomegranate couscous and herbed falafel. They also serve breakfast wraps starting at 7am, and sandwiches in the afternoon and evening, which you can eat at one of the tables or take to-go for a picnic in Prospect Park.
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Prospect Park is one of the best places to spend a summer day. Here’s where to pick up food for a picnic and sit down for a meal nearby.
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