Miriam is most popular at brunch, which they do every day, but it’s not one of those spots filled with people who are more interested in seeing how many mimosas they can drink in 90 minutes than what they’re actually eating. This Israeli spot makes some truly excellent brunch dishes (get the burekas), and the environment is homey but still lively. The two-tops and bar seating work well for dates, but the food here is shareable and the tables can be pushed together, so keep it in mind for group hangs as well. Just expect a wait for brunch on weekends.
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Rose's serves elevated pub grub and an excellent cheeseburger in the original Franny's space, a couple blocks from the Barclays Center.
Bonnie's Grill is a great neighborhood spot with a full menu of divey bar food classics. However, we still need better options for wings in the city, and Bonnie's doesn't quite make the cut.
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HaSalon is a party restaurant in Hell’s Kitchen where you can dance on tables after eating enjoyable but very expensive Israeli food.
We found ourselves enjoying the food at Naya quite a bit. However, the space is about ten feet wide and looks like a high-end shower.
Beyoglu is a great Upper East Side spot for a casual dinner outside. Get the doner kebab.
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Stone Park Cafe
Stone Park Cafe is one of Park Slope's best staple restaurants, and has consistently been serving its people for the better part of a decade. Chronic Brunchers, get your asses over to Stone Park.
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