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  1. Sneakeater


    Even though I've been eating out A LOT lately, I haven't been writing much up. Not because I believe restaurants shouldn't be evaluated as they struggle back from closure. Just because I've gotten out of the habit. (And also because my nominally remunerative writing [THAT'S a hot one] has been taking up a lot of time and writing energy lately. And as my mother almost certainly would have tried to teach me if I were a girl [based on the stupid reactionary stuff she did teach me as a non-girl], why buy the cow . . . ?) But it's time to get back. Most reviews will be of fairly old meals
  2. Daniel

    Cap't Loui

    So, last night after scouting a couple of bar's Smash Brothers tournamnets, we ended up at Captain Louis'.. A relatively new spot in Fort Greene Brooklyn.. Apparently, there is one by my mother in law on the UWS and there are locations in Atlanta, Fort Lee and a few other places... It falls under the Viet Cajun style seafood shop... They offer boiled seafood or fried seafood.. The boiled arrives in these bags of garlic butter spice. It's overwhelming and it's delicious and well, you smell like garlic for the next two days.. It's an obnoxious amount of garlic.. like if you have to be at w
  3. LaRina is nice little pasta-and-wine spot that opened on Myrtle Avenue in Fort Greene. It's a neighborhood place -- but a quite good one. What I like about it is that the cooking is fresh, imaginative, and light. You don't see the same too-heavy rustic Italian dishes they serve at every trattoria in every neighborhood in the City. These are all freshly conceived -- and very deftly so. The cooking is deft, too. (Surprisingly so for a place like this.) I started with a pea and farro salad, which was nice. Then the rye fazzoletti with ramp pesto and burrata, which was more than nice
  4. Suzanne F

    Miss Ada

    After a matinee at BAM yesterday, we strolled over to Miss Ada, 184 Dekalb Avenue, for an early dinner. They serve "Mediterranean food with a twist" (i.e., tweaked versions of mostly Israeli food that other countries in the region serve, too, plus some not-particularly-Mediterranean dishes with maybe-Mediterranean garnishes). The restaurant, and the food, look somewhat different from a few of the photos on the website. Don't be fooled by what looks like a communal table; that's just a plank across a bunch of very-close-together two-tops. And the hummus, which looks kind of coarse in the photos
  5. Sneakeater


    Mettā is the new restaurant from Brooklyn restaurateur Henry Rich. It's on the corner of Adelphi and Willoughby in Fort Greene. The chef is Noberto Piattoni, an Argentine acolyte of the famous fire chef Francis Mallmann. Rich handles the wine. I've read tons about Mallmann -- but I've never eaten his food. This is as close as I've gotten. I have to say, I thought it would be more . . . elemental. I liked most of it. Attractive, très Brooklyn room (on an attractive, très Brooklyn corner). Cocktails are Argentine-derived. I enjoyed whatever it was I started with. But I'm a bit ashamed to say
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