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Sporting a diverse and bustling culture, idiosyncratic local shops, and landmarks, new and old, Flatbush represents the best of Brooklyn. Its long history is visible throughout, showing a district with a rich past, a burgeoning present, and a very bright future. We profile ten cultural things to do in this New York City neighborhood.
The farm-to-table movement hit Flatbush ten years ago with The Farm on Adderley, a chic little restaurant on Cortelyou Road. This is a perfect dinner or brunch spot, with a friendly staff, low-key atmosphere, and locally sourced ingredients. Dishes are expertly crafted and beautifully presented. It should also be noted that compared to other restaurants of similar quality, The Farm on Adderley is reasonably priced. Outdoor seating in their garden is available in the warmer months, and special events pop up throughout the year. A little tip: whatever you do, get the fries.