This indie hangout, formerly a coffee and records shop, has evolved into one of Brooklyn’s most accessible local-food cafés. There’s no menu—a chalkboard lists the mostly vegetarian, ever-changing brunch, lunch and dinner offerings. Dishes are simple: Selections one morning included plump organic white beans and kale topped with a fried egg, and a roasted-kabocha-squash frittata. Chef Jordan Colòn mans the tiny open kitchen five days a week, making the airy room, with its spare seating, feel more like an extension of his home than a restaurant.
124 Meserole Ave
|Cross street:||between Eckford and Leonard Sts|
|Opening hours:||Wed–Sun 10am–10pm|
|Transport:||Subway: G to Nassau Ave|
|Price:||Average main course: $8|