Are you hungry and looking to try something new in Brooklyn, New York? Check out our workers’ comp attorney’s favorite places to grab breakfast, lunch, dinner, or a quick bite!
Mile End Deli
Breakfast, lunch, dinner – all can be had here! The owners of Mile End Deli opened their doors in 2010, hoping to share the Jewish comfort food they enjoyed during their childhood. Fresh ingredients and time-honored recipes make this a neighborhood favorite.
Taking a trip down South? In 2019, Mile End opened a second location in Birmingham, Alabama!
Are you a fan of Thai food? Then you have to stop at Joya.
For nearly two decades the team at Joya has been delighting diner’s tastebuds. The restaurant is also just fine to visit, with a sleek bar, an open kitchen design, and an outdoor space that can be enjoyed on warm days.
If you do decide to go, don’t skip the Chicken Curry Puffs!
Like its name, this “true public house” fights to source its supplies locally. Breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner can be had and diners have the opportunity to take in community events like comedy shows, movie nights, poetry, and music.
If you’re a lover of all things cheese be sure to try the country cheese board! You may even find a cheese that has been aged in the little known “caves” under Brooklyn!
Spanish tapas are the theme here, at this lovely little space run by a husband and wife team. Private events can be hosted on location or you can have La Vara cater your party!
If you love plants and recycling, then Colonie’s plant wall with over 20 different species of plants will make you very happy!
Located just a few blocks from the East River, Colonie opened in 2011. The owners try to incorporate as many local ingredients as possible and are focused on serving a variety of natural and sustainable wines.
Colonie is only open for dinner during the week, however, brunch is available on weekends. Check out their website to learn more about their hours!
If you’re looking for a place that offers both indoor and outdoor dining, consider Henry’s End! Open for nearly 50 years, this restaurant offers seafood, BBQ, and a wide variety of entrees. For pasta lovers, we highly recommend the wild mushroom ravioli! The bottom line is that you can’t go wrong at Henry’s End.
Jack The Horse Tavern
This restaurant gets its name from Jack The Horse Lake, a spot where the owner used to fish with his father and brothers. This American Tavern features an Oyster Room (which is technically next door) and a wide variety of options for brunch, dinner, and dessert.
If you love Italian and Mediterranian food, add Evelina to your dining list. Located next to the Albert J Parham Playground, this cozy bistro is open for brunch (some days), lunch, and dinner. Diners can enjoy a meal inside or sit outside during nice weather.
Wherever you decide to have a meal, our sincerest wish is that you love every minute of it! If you have any suggestions to add, let us know!