Local To Eat List
Marlow and Sons (Williamsburg) - Oysters are $1.25 at designated hours. A dozen or so of those briney wonders plus a couple Moscow Mules sounds like a perfect evening to me.
The Good Fork (Red Hook) - Steak and eggs and kimchi fried rice all on one plate? Must try. Why haven't I already?
Palo Santo (Park Slope)- Ok, not that I know much about running a restaurant, but a sign could really help, especially when you've just opened and are tucked into the ground floor of a brownstone. The place looked wonderfully homey and the staff was super friendly when I peeked in to grab a menu.
Noona (Prospect Heights) - The area finally gets a Korean restaurant and I couldn't be more excited. I hope they'll deliver to Park Slope.
Biscuit (Park Slope) - The early verdict from my bbq-lovin' friends is thumbs down (with the exception of the mac and cheese). I thought the original Biscuit was good, not great. I'm willing to give these guys a try despite their unfortunate tagline of "Authentic Brooklyn BBQ." What does that even mean? The place has been packed to the gills the 4 or 5 times I've walked by since its opening.