In a converted factory off Smith St, the Invisible Dog is an interdisciplinary arts center that embodies the spirit of Brooklyn's...
New York Transit Museum
Occupying an old subway station built in 1936 (and out of service since 1946), this kid-friendly museum takes on 100-plus years of...
This long-running Brooklyn arts organization (responsible for free summer concerts in Prospect Park among other things) moved into a...
A roomy brick-and-wood hall in Cobble Hill manages to be both chic and warm, with large communal tables, a mellow vibe and a good...
Tucked away in an unlikely corner of Brooklyn (just off the Fulton St mall) Ganso is a cozy, wood-lined spot that serves up some of the...
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You can almost taste the smoked meats as you enter this small Boerum Hill eatery, which has exposed-brick walls and a couple of communal tables. Try a smoked beef brisket on rye with mustard ($14) – the bread is sticky soft and the meat will melt in your mouth.
You'll also find classic Montreal-style bagels and that delightful Quebecois mess, poutine (french fries topped with gravy and cheese curds).