Hunky Dory might just be one of Crown Heights' most fun restaurants. The name, a nod to David Bowie's fourth studio album, signals the joy that comes from dining there. Sprouse brings her expertise from Tin Roof Community, a collective she started with co-owner Chad Arnolt to help bartenders make their drinks more sustainable. At Hunky Dory, cocktails like the "The Golden Year" and "Smoky Mountain Song Bird" use ingredients that work in tandem with the kitchen's own planning, recycling ingredients like lemons into veggie broth. The restaurant is perfect for sharing or coming alone: there's a celery root sandwich ($9), kabocha squash oatmeal ($12) and green egg and ham ($13). Many dishes are offered has half-portions so you can taste a little bit of everything.