Alice's Arbor

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Alice's Arbor
Restaurateur Dimitri Vlahakis (Motorino) and chef Mike Franzetti (Chestnut) transport the latest culinary trends (farm-to-table ingredients, a wood-fired oven, reclaimed furnishings) to Bed-Stuy with this 60-seat canteen. To eat, find locavore American dishes, including roasted Catskills trout served alongside sunchokes, fennel, Yukon potatoes and a Creole-style tomato sauce. Drinkers can choose from biodynamic wines and seasonal cocktails—such as a Russian Spy (vodka, honey, lime juice, ginger beer, mint)—made with homegrown herbs.
Venue name: Alice's Arbor
Address: 549 Classon Ave
Cross street: between Fulton St and Putnam Ave
Opening hours: Daily 8:30am–1am
Transport: Subway: C, Franklin Ave S to Franklin Ave
Price: Average main course: $18. AmEx, MC, V
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Jaime B

Alice's Arbor is really cute. I suppose you could say it is a Bed-Sty bistro. It sits on the corner of Classon and Fulton. It's received a lot of recognition lately for its farm-to-table ways: the restaurant sources a large portion of its ingredients from local farms and also sells their wares in the front of the restaurant, where jars of jams and preserves and other amenities are displayed on shelves, only adding to the darling neighborhood market vibe. Menu standouts are the crab benedict and bahn mi croissant, which may seem strange for a brunch choice, but it's delicious and filling.