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Karczma
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5 great outdoor dining spots in Greenpoint

This north Brooklyn enclave boasts a good number of gems that make it a hot culinary destination.

By Bao Ong
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Greenpoint’s next-door neighbor, Williamsburg, may be bursting with all the hip restaurants But this north Brooklyn enclave boasts a good number of gems that make it a culinary destination in its own right. The Polish businesses are still open, but New Yorkers will find a diverse array of dining options outdoors this summer. Here’s where to go:

Chez Ma Tante
Photograph: Archer Lewis

Chez Ma Tante

Restaurants Canadian Greenpoint

The pancakes alone are enough reason to lure us to this Montreal-inspired restaurant. There’s an edge of refinement, yet it’s laid back. You’ll feel right at home whether you simply order a cocktail or dig into an order of toast topped with tomatoes and anchovies.

Di An Di
Photograph: Archer Lewis

Di An Di

Restaurants Vietnamese Greenpoint

The modern takes on Vietnamese dishes here is refreshing whether you’re dining inside or out. We love dishes like the chicken-and-cabbage salad full of fresh herbs and greens perfect for a steamy summer day.

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Oxomoco
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Oxomoco

4 out of 5 stars
Restaurants Mexican Greenpoint

Created by the Speedy Romeo team, the Michelin-starred Oxomoco feels llike a trendy Mexico City restaurant. Focused on wood-fired dishes, the restaurant exudes a faint campfire smell that goes perfectly with the thirst-quenching frozen cocktails.

Paulie Gee's Slice Shop
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Paulie Gee’s Slice Shop

4 out of 5 stars
Restaurants Pizza Greenpoint

With its charred-wood–fired pies, Paulie Gee’s quickly became a cult favorite in Greenpoint. So when they announced a spin-off slice shop a few blocks away, it naturally got the neighborhood’s attention. Even bettter this time around? They’re allowing takeout pies for the first time.

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Karczma
Photograph: Archer Lewis

Karczma

Restaurants Contemporary European Greenpoint

Karczma is where you go to impress a group of out-of-towners with classic Polish cuisine. If its lengthy menu leaves you feeling paralyzed by choice, opt for the sampling plate of Polish specialties which includes three pierogies (boiled or fried), two potato pancakes, Polish kielbasa, hunter’s stew and stuffed cabbage.

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