NYC Restaurant Week® in Brooklyn
At Rubirosa, chef Al Di Meglio helped bring a slice of Naples to Mulberry Street with family-style pastas and 50-year-old pizza recipes. Here, he delves even deeper into the southern Italian region with this South Williamsburg neotrattoria, pulling inspiration from his grandmother’s birthplace, the Neapolitan island of Ischia. The 89-seat dining room also plays up the Old World versus New Brooklyn contrast, with leather booths, patina mirrors and pearl-tiled columns.
Buttermilk Channel, that Beyoncé-baiting farm-to-table restaurant, is unabashedly taken with New York, but looks beyond the Empire State to locales slightly more exotic: Francophilic enclaves like New Orleans and Montreal.
At the subterranean foot of the William Vale Hotel rests Leuca, the third dining concept from chef-restaurateur Andrew Carmellini (Locanda Verde, the Dutch) and his NoHo Hospitality team at the hotel. (The group also oversees rooftop bar Westlight and burger-slinging Airstream Mister Dips.)
This bright, charming Carroll Gardens estaurant is participating in both weekday lunch and dinner for NYC Restaurant Week®.
This Park Slope New American eatery serves up meatcentric dishes like homemade venison knockwurst.
This verdant restaurant sits in 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, serving seasonal, American comfort dishes.
Stay awhile at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden and park yourself at this bright café right on premises to fuel your trip.