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Summer Dining Preview, Brooklyn Edition

Brooklyn’s newest spots in which to eat, drink, and be happily city-bound.

  1. 1. Moim

    206 Garfield Pl., nr. Seventh Ave., Park Slope; 718-499-8092

    Chef-owner Saeri Uyoo Park has cooked at Spice Market, Café Gray, and the Modern, but here she mines her own Korean background for dishes like kimchee stir-fry with pork and tofu, and steak tartare with Asian pear and pine nuts.

  2. 2.

    276 Smith St., nr. Sackett St., Carroll Gardens; 718-875-1980

    Like Mary’s Fish Camp and Blue Ribbon before it, the tiny, beloved Pó has made the East River crossing, white-bean bruschetta and chef Lee McGrath’s six-course $50 tasting menu in tow.

  3. 3. Five Guys

    138 Montague St., nr. Henry St., Brooklyn Heights; 718-797-9380

    By early July, the second New York City branch of this Virginia burger chain (the first is in a College Point, Queens, strip mall) should be open, serving up its double-patty burgers, hand-cut fries, and (while you wait) all the free peanuts you can eat.

  4. 4. Spuyten Duyvil Grocery

    218 Bedford Ave., at N. 5th St., Williamsburg; 718-384-1520

    Bedford Cheese Shop’s former home has become a retail annex of the neighborhood’s—and perhaps the city’s—premier beer bar, making it a prime destination for BYO dinners or stocking your fridge.


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