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The very best restaurants in Park Slope

The best restaurants in Park Slope include trusty neighborhood favorites and the latest hot spots

Camperdown Elm
Photograph: Teddy Wolf

Fifth Avenue is the nexus of the Park Slope restaurant scene. Our critic-approved list includes a longtime fixture that ranks among New York's best Italian restaurants, and Top Chef contender Dale Talde’s eponymous eatery, which reflects the current trend for cutting-edge Asian cuisine. And don't forget the Mediterranean standbys with belly-warming brunch and dinner menus. 

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Best restaurants in Park Slope

Convivium Osteria
Photograph: Courtesy Yelp/T L.
Restaurants, Italian

Convivium Osteria

Park Slope

At this tiny favorite on Park Slope’s restaurant row, the music is Portuguese fado, the decor (copper pots, rough-hewn communal tables) is faux farmhouse and the food is fantastic. The wide-ranging menu includes hearty comfort food from Portugal, Spain and Italy.

Photograph: Courtesy Yelp/Trung N.
Restaurants, Mediterranean


Park Slope

Middle Eastern cuisine goes far beyond the same old falafel at this innovative bistro. Miriam’s lantern-lit interior is perfect for a date—and the list of creative dishes helps drive dinner conversation. Herbs, spices and fresh combinations dominate an inspired Israeli-fusion menu featuring abundant salads and diverse entrées. But the the brunch is not to be missed, featuring eggs, granola, burgers and Israeli dishes.

Blue Ribbon
Photograph: Caroline Voagen Nelson
Restaurants, American

Blue Ribbon Brooklyn

Park Slope

With the success of the Soho original, the French-trained brothers Bromberg opened this night owl draw in Brooklyn, offering up a clever mix of down-home cooking and haute cuisine, all available into the wee hours of the morning.

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