Brooklyn >Food Stores > Second Helpings
448 9th St, Brooklyn, NY | Directions 1121540.666587 -73.981544
Neighborhoods: Park Slope
Amazing Options for the Health Concious – The food here is so goo I won't go anywhere else when I decide to treat myself to lunch out. I try to eat organic--gluten free-- no refined sugars-- no dairy-- and this place offers me those options. Other similar places just don't have the taste and the variety. And I have yet to find another place that has agave desserts. Try the PEANUT BUTTER BLONDIE!
Yum – It's the best placIt's the best place to munch after working a long day at the fitness collective. I reccomend the squash soup!"e to munch after working a long day at the fitness collective. I reccomend the squash soup!"
Best healthy and vegetarian options, in Brooklyn or Manhattan! – Fantastic neighborhood place, delicious food, great price for what you're getting (try making this stuff!) I pop in every chance I get.
Wake up your taste buds here! – I've been a steady customer here for a few years and thought it only right to tell the world that they are truely a FIND. Nothing that they serve is average or lacking for flavor. I always can find something new and interesting and know that there is integrity behind it. You could never even match their value either. Much of their offerings are organic and are cheaper than their conventional counterparts at other establishments. Two thumbs up!! I hope that they are around for a long long time to come.
recently disappointed – I once wrote a review before about how much I loved this restaurant. But a recent order left me disappointed. Usually the portions are plentiful, so that a $7.95 sandwich could make two meals. But my recent order of the blackened catfish po'boy was sub-par--there was hardly any fish on it, hardly any jalapeno tartar. The bulk of the sandwich was the lettuce and tomato, and if I wanted that, I'd certainly not pay $7.95 for it. Don't let me down, Second Helpings. Don't lose me as an advocate of your place!
For three adjoining neighborhoods, this health-conscious cafe delivers everything from wheat-free appetizers to free-range entrees. – In Short
Tucked around the corner from a nail salon on Park Slope's main drag, this inconspicuous eatery specializes in catering and delivery. Since the wall-papered, kitchen-cozy room has but a few tables, most customers get food to go or place a delivery order from home. The menu might best be described as world cuisine with a higher consciousness: Hungry diners will find organic crab cakes, salads made with tempeh bacon and vegan fudge brownies.
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