This is a beautifully-designed spot in the middle of deep residential Fort Greene, which means the restaurant’s huge windows look out onto brownstones and cherry blossom trees that are in view whether you’re sitting at the bar or at a table. What we’re trying to say is, eating here is a very pretty experience. And it’s an interesting one, too. The common theme among the food here is that it’s torched to sh*t in the giant wood-burning oven. The carrots, beets, homemade sourdough bread, and lamb sitting in a squash puree (that’s way better than you’d think), are all things we enjoyed here. Come on a date with someone who will be impressed/intrigued by a place with a mysterious bar over a letter in its name.
Mettā is permanently closed.
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Birds of a Feather is a Chinese spot in Williamsburg that’s great for small groups. Stop by with some friends and share a few mouth-numbing things.
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Calaca is a little cash-only Mexican spot in Bed-Stuy where you should drink flights of tequila while eating some great tacos and tostadas.
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The Lambs Club
It’s rare that we back this type of restaurant, but The Lambs Club is Infatuation approved for Pre-Theater Eats and Corporate Card use in Midtown.
Pies ‘n’ Thighs
The new Pies ‘n’ Thighs has opened its doors, and Williamsburg’s most influential hipsters are rejoicing. This new, larger location is still turning out amazing fried chicken and comfort food classics.
Old Rose is a casual spot in the bottom of a hotel in the West Village where you can get some solid, affordable Italian/American food.
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