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200 Fifth is located in the top-notch restaurant row in Park Slope, one of Brooklyn’s coziest neighborhoods. It doubles as both a high-end bar—you can play pool and choose among 40 beers on tap—and a restaurant, serving gut-busting, hearty American fare, from buffalo wings to a pork chop with red pepper sauce to a brisket smoked in-house. The menu’s also smattered with bumped-up Italian standards, like the fettuccine “a la Mendy,” with an alfredo cream sauce sprinkled with peas and prosciutto. At night, there’s often live music; on weekends, there’s brunch.