Dining Out: Sampling the Slope
Chances are, if you want to eat it, you can find it in Park Slope.
The neighborhood, characterized by mom-and-pop restaurants and shops that have emerged to cater to the residents of the tony brownstones, limestones and vintage apartment buildings that line its tree-shaded streets, boasts more than its fair share of independent eateries, keeping those that live there, as well as those that visit, very well-fed indeed.
Over the years, we have sampled the fare from numerous restaurants in the area, though, admittedly, given the plethora of culinary establishments in the neighborhood, we have many more to try.
Here are some of our favorites.