Time Out says
Above all else, order the chicken pot pie at Woodspoon, a homey, Black-owned casual Brazilian eatery in Downtown’s Historic Core that’s been around since 2006. Here, chef Natalie Pereira draws on African, European and Indian influences that characterize the region of Minas Gerais, where she grew up without running water or electricity, like Woodspoon’s moqueca, a traditional seafood stew made with black cod and coconut sauce. Though Pereira also offers delectable pick-your-own-protein lunch plates, the favorites and regional specialties menu section are where Woodspoon shines brightest in our book.
107 W 9th St
|Price:||$30 and under|
|Opening hours:||Tues-Fri 11am-3pm, 5-10pm; Sat 1-10pm|
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