If you're a first time visitor to Park Slope, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller local eatery could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the restaurants may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about restaurants near Park Slope.
Here are some of the most recommended restaurants near Park Slope.
Here's what Trippy members had to say about restaurants:
"Or, go to Brooklyn, grab a slice of cajun pizza at Two Boots and buy a cool souviner at The Brooklyn Superhero Supply Store." See More
"Check out Colombia In Park Slope (5th Ave around 6th Street) - very good, traditional South American food and BYOB." See More
"Two of my favorites are Dumbo Comedy DUMBO KITCHEN the first Tuesday of the month -starting at 7:30 and The Living Room Show Postmark Cafe every Friday at 8:00." See More
"I love Aquagrill for great seafood, Bistango for gluten-free Italian, Fatty Daddy Tacos for fast, cheap, amazing tacos and Pye Boat Noodle for delicious Thai." See More
"My friend and I had no idea where to park and had no smart phones at the time, but with a stroke of luck, this awesome chain of events somehow happened: we ended up in Brooklyn and found parking right away in a very residential neighborhood then around the corner, we found a 24 hour diner called Daisy's Diner and had an awesome breakfast of challah french toast on the same street either the same block, or the next block over, there was a subway station that took us straight into the city to Central Park As I mentioned before, it was Thanksgiving, so there were no parking restrictions that day." See More
"They have a couple other locations in BK too: Calexico- Park Slope and Calexico- Red Hook The Double Windsor - Burgers, pulled pork sandwiches, BLT's, fries." See More
"Baked, in Red Hook, Brooklyn, has infamously good banana muffins, and not too far away, Trois Pommes Patisserie has a french cinnamon breakfast muffin that's to die for." See More
"There are so many, in fact, that I'm not even sure which ones to tell you about (you could just about randomly chose any cafe or coffee house in Greenwich Village and they would probably have a small art show), but one of the best known is Two Moon Cafe in Brooklyn, which is a really great multi-media space with a cafe." See More
"The most authentic slice I had in Brooklyn was at Roma Pizza<http://nymag." See More
"25 thick slice of homemade pie at Four & Twenty Blackbirds in Brooklyn." See More
"Best BBQ in NYC is Dinosaur Bar-B-Que (or this location Dinosaur Bar-B-Que)." See More
"If you want good pizza in Brooklyn, go to Franny's , Roberta's or Best Pizza , the last of which will be right in your hood." See More
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