Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Brooklyn Restaurants Make Up Half of New York Magazine's 'Cheap List'

Want to eat well -- and relatively cheaply? New York Magazine has come up with a list of 22 tasty Cheap Eats venues across New York City, and half of them are in Brooklyn.

Cheap, in this case, doesn't mean McDonalds or $4 dinners, as some commenters desire. It means Dr. Pepper ribs ($16), mayby with collard greens cooked with with ham hocks ($4) at The Brooklyn Star in Williamsburg, or Zuzu's thai-inspired ramen ($10) in Park Slope.

We'd call them reasonably priced, and we hope to eat at as many as we can afford.

Eat Cheap 2009

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