WTM Food: 6 Spots That Will Warm Your Soul
Hometown Bar-B-Que is as about as mouth watering as it gets. Brisket, ribs, rubs, and sauces not to mention all the fixins: mac and cheese, cornbread, potato salad, oh my! This place is self serve so come ready to eat, preferably with some friends or family so that some of you can scour for a table and the others can order at the counter.
454 Van Brunt St.
Brooklyn, NY 11231
Peaches is almost like a Brooklyn right of passage. With authentic and classic comfort food that’ll warm your belly and your heart, Peaches is a staple in the Bed Stuy neighborhood. Join them for brunch classics like their French toast or blackened catfish. For dinner, opt for cheesy grits with braised grits, Brooklyn wings, or a shrimp po’ boy.
393 Lewis Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11233
Fried chicken, biscuits, and pies is exactly what you’ll get and the BEST of it at Pies-N-Thighs. If you’re looking for some southern comfort, barbeque, brunch, or breakfast, this is where you need to be. Oh yeah, and their chicken fried steak is back.
166 S 4th St.
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Superfine is an organic restaurant that specializes in Mediterranean fair. Their menu changes frequently depending on the availability of only the freshest cuisine. Open for brunch, lunch, and dinner.
126 Front St.
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Burgers and beer are why you’re at Sweet Science. They have a huge bar and are open for brunch, lunch, and dinner with dishes like their black bean chipotle burger, south side bully veggie burger, and jerk crusted salmon.
135 Graham Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11206
As New Yorkers, we love great Caribbean spots and some of them are hard to come by especially if you’re not a island food connoisseur. Negril BK is a Caribbean restaurant with delectable Caribbean cuisine, great music, and hand crafted cocktails that definitely give you those island vibes. Negril’s “one love” motto allows you to come in anytime for brunch, lunch, or dinner and leave full and very happy.
256 5th Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11215