Neighborhood Guide

Must-See Park Slope

by nycgo.com staff, 01/07/2014

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    Park Slope also offers plenty of food for those who just want a bite while sightseeing. Bagel Hole serves up chewy, fist-size bagels that recall a more innocent time in New York City bagel history, before the breadstuffs grew to steroid-aided (if still delicious) proportions. Brooklyn Larder, owned by the folks behind Franny's, peddles specialty meats and cheeses, not to mention ricotta cake, chocolate sorbet and other assorted treats. Culture vends Greek yogurt (both frozen and not) that's strained on-site. Meltkraft elevates grilled cheese to an art, Bark Hot Dogs slings franks and the seasonal Brooklyn Porridge Co., whose hyperspecificity might invite some ribbing, sells comforting, warm portions of whole-grain chow. "Artisanal gruel" jokes aside, we defy you to say that a bowl of creamy grits with gruyere and truffle oil isn't delicious. There's also old-school sandwich (and Italian provisions) shop Russo's and new import L'Albero dei Gelati, a gelato chain from Italy.—JZ

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