This is a unique deli. They combine all of your ingredients on butcher paper, chop it up, & lay the mix into a hoagie. Scrumdiddlyumptious!
Fort Greene's bbq joint is yummy (though not top-notch bbq), but can be crowded and slow on service. Go for the ribs and brisket.
Need more than just a cup of coffee after a night of drinking? Get the Hangover Helper sandwich also pastries from Balthazar and donuts from Dough wouldn't hurt either.
228 Dekalb Ave, Brooklyn
Fort Greene mecca for falafel, gyro and kebabs is also BYOB.
67 Lafayette Ave., Brooklyn
I want every one to know one thing..if you don't eat beef, please be aware that even though you have an enormous list of choices, by the time ou get to order, they will assume you…
166 De Kalb Ave, Brooklyn
ordered take out from Ft Greene location so I never experienced the 37 yr old waitress (ageism much?) but have to say this place rocks. Very Veg friendly, fresh food. Dont review…
1 Greene Ave, Brooklyn
An outdoor patio and affordable lunch specials distinguish this Fort Greene spot for sushi and teriyaki.
187 Dekalb Ave, Brooklyn
In ShortOwners Emilia Valencia and Michael Yarmark live in the neighborhood and have filled their store with wines they love. That means sustainable, biodynamic and organic wines…
YUJI Ramen. YUJI is a ramen spot so good that New York insisted it find a way to be here. A Smorgasburg pop-up, than a Whole Foods popup, and now in a real home at last, it's providing the city with some of the most exotic (and delicious) ramen in town.… read more
Smoke Joint. Fort Greene's bbq joint is yummy (though not top-notch bbq), but can be crowded and slow on service. Go for the ribs and brisket.… read more