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This perfect gastropub moved into an obscurely located corner bar in Prospect Heights. The front room retains its old-Brooklyn feel (and jukebox), while the back room has been transformed into a sunny cafe. True to its gastropub nature, the food is mainly for the sake of comfort, with a few creative twists thrown in. Among the comfortable, find a fine roast chicken with a woodsy mushroom gravy, poised atop buttery mashed potatoes. The hamburger is great, and so is the massive short rib with polenta. Dishes that are too creative sometimes fall flat: crumb-stuffed baked oysters turn out to be a bad idea, the texture too rubbery, though the deep-fried cauliflower proves superb. Beer selection revolves around Kelso, the microbrewey located in adjacent Clinton Hill.
For much of the 20th century, bar food in New York meant the cafeteria line at Blarney Stone, Blarney Castle, Blarney Cove, or any of the other Irish drinking establishments that dotted the urban landscape. The fare consisted of boiled meats,... More »
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