144 Union St, Brooklyn
Fresh seafood is the name of the game here, cooked in after the French fashion and very well. There are few, if any, French seafood restaurants in New York and the neighborhood is…
122 Union St, Brooklyn
Love the chicken quesadilla. And the crack sauce is addicting!
187 Columbia St, Brooklyn
Alma Lounge is a welcome haven for anyone looking to make an evening in an intimate, posh environment. The sleek interior, softly lit bar and flashing light displays make this club…
115 Columbia St, Brooklyn
Driving home from work and avoding the terrible rush hour traffice on the BQE, and gazed at a sushi place on colombia. From the outside it looks like a normal sushi place, inside…
189 Columbia St, Brooklyn
This place should be called "Jokes" except that nothing is funny about starving to death while waiting for food. I ordered some BBQ last night at 7:30 and when it hadn't yet…
192 Columbia St, Brooklyn
I admit that I'm a little spoiled when it comes to sashimi, but I must say... there are only two things that matter to me - the freshness of the fish, and the way it's cut. That…
147 Columbia St, Brooklyn
Went here for my friend's 22nd birthday; saw it online and thought it would be a great place to sit down and have food, drinks and dance a bit. The lounge area was horrible, felt…
200 Columbia St, Brooklyn
Great space to hang, fun bartenders, not pretentious, and good tunes, can't wait for the patio out back to open!
208 Columbia St, Brooklyn
Restaurant serves up traditional Middle Eastern dishes in a relaxed setting.
Dub Pies. New Zealand and Aussie style pies -- savory ones! Vege curry is my fave. Also try a flat white with a lamington to get the real Kiwi experience! … read more
Pok Pok NY. Portland thai-food whiz Andy Ricker brought a big rep with him from out of town, and more than delivered on his promise of big, bold, spicy food that manages to also be balanced and interesting -- something we haven't often seen before.… read more