Clinton Hill, in north central Brooklyn, is an interesting neighborhood to wander. Its virtues include blocks lined with architectural marvels from the 19th century and a contemporary sculpture garden on Pratt Institute's campus. When hunger calls, head to Tilda All Day for scrumptious baked goods, strong coffee, innovative sandwiches and egg and vegetable dishes. The menu changes frequently, but its creativity is constant: there might be plum-hued chicken liver mousse whipped with red verjus and Armagnac, topped with salty-sweet roasted cashews and paired with a salad of shaved celery and apples. Solo freelancers nestle in the sunlit, white-tiled diner with their laptops, taking advantage of the free WiFi. For those who like company, there's a long communal table.