Naidre Miller, who made a name for herself in Park Slope with rich walnut brownies and overstuffed ciabatta sandwiches, has spun off her pint-size café into Naidre’s in Cobble Hill. Tin ceilings and shelves lined with antique Argentine cookie jars and old coffeepots give the place a general-store vibe—although a salvaged bakery sign indicates that this spot was once the bakery that Cher made famous in Moonstruck. The same goods served in the Slope are scrawled on a chalkboard menu with a few comfort-food additions like turkey meatloaf, mac and cheese, and burgers. You can pick up Naidre’s tuna and chicken salads from the fridge or linger on one of the baby-blue banquettes.
|Venue name:||Naidre’s (CLOSED)||Contact:|
502 Henry St
|Cross street:||at Sackett St|
|Opening hours:||Daily 7am–9pm|
|Transport:||Subway: F, G to Carroll St|
|Price:||Average sandwich: $7. Cash only|