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Located in a tricked-out 1920s dining car that was once home to a greasy spoon, Diner has earned iconic status as the pioneer of Williamsburg"s restaurant scene. Locals steam up the windows in the winter and cram the patios during the summer for stylish, seasonal dishes by chef Caroline Fidanza. Elegantly executed wild kale salad, roasted-garlic-and-potato-soup, grass-fed steaks and individual cherry pies reaffirm Diner as a Brooklyn destination.