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From Colombian cafes to vegan diners, Brooklyn’s Greenpoint neighborhood is home to some of the city’s most exciting restaurants. Here are 10 of our favorite food spots in this ahead-of-the-curve quarter.
With its souped-up spins on classic American cuisine, vegan hot spot Champs Diner has earned a cult following of vegetarians, meat eaters, and adventurous Brooklynites alike. Champs’ exciting menu features vegan-ized versions of your favorite diner dishes including chili cheese burgers, loaded Benedict bowls, and indulgent banana splits. Eating with a conscience just got cooler.
Part wine bar, part restaurant, Adelina’s is the premier destination for those seeking authentic Italian flavor this side of the Atlantic. The bar’s selection of reasonably-priced European wines pairs well with the kitchen’s home-style Italian dishes, including arancini, grilled polenta, and gorgonzola-prosciutto pizza. With its rustic interior and focused menu of well-executed classics, Adelina’s whisks you on a culinary journey to Italy without ever leaving New York.
Nouveau-American restaurant Five Leaves delivers a crowd-pleasing menu of elevated (and Instagram-worthy) classics. Ricotta pancakes, lamb shepherd’s pie, and the fan-favorite Five Leaves burger with fried pineapple and pickled beets are all served in generous portions at this foodie hotspot.