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Two Boots of Brooklyn
514 2nd Street
718-499-3253
Open Su-Th:5-11, F-Sa:5-Midnight, Sa-Su Brunch:10:30-3:30.
A casual, lively, family-friendly joint serving Cajun and Italian cooking. Patio dining and live music on weekends.

Anthony’s
426-A Seventh Avenue
718-369-8315
Open M-Th:12 -11, F-Sa:12-12, Su:12-11
A pizzeria/restaurant that serves brick oven pies and homemade Southern Italian dishes.

Aunt Suzie’s Restaurant
http://www.auntsuzie.com/
247 Fifth Avenue
718-788-AUNT (2868)
Champagne Brunch Buffet Sat & Sun 3-5pm – $15.90. Dinner served daily from 5pm. Old fashion Southern Italian cooking that is friendly and fun. They have been in business for over 20 years.

Belleville
330 Ffith Ave, near 5th Street
718-832-9777
They’ve got the brasserie atmosphere down at Belleville. With antiqued mirrors and pressed tin walls painted French vanilla, it’s authentic, Parisian retro-chic. Early in the evening families fill the space, giving way as the night rolls on to the Slope’s hipster francophilia. As for the menu, it’s a lighter take on traditional bistro favorites—they’ve done their best to skim the cream and butter. The steak tartare is served with or without raw egg; the pork tenderloin comes with porcini mushrooms and apricots instead of potatoes; and the spicy fish soup with saffron rouille crouton is a tangy treat made without any dairy. A word of caution to folks with high blood pressure: while they try to keep the fat to a minimum, there’s more salt in this meal than everything you’ve had to eat all week

Blue Ribbon Brooklyn
280 Fifth Ave., near 1st St.,
Park Slope
718-840-0404
Possibly the most kid-friendly restaurant in all of New York, this Park Slope sibling of Manhattan’s all-night, hard-to-get-into Blue Ribbon trio has a menu that includes just about anything a kid (or an adult) could want, from fried chicken to catfish fingers to impeccably stacked raw seafood towers

Bonnie’s Gill
278 Fifth Avenue
718-369-9527
Open M-Th: 5-11, F: 5-12, Sa: 1-12, Su: 1-10 Cozy, family-friendly spot hosts diners catching the game from stools at the tin-topped bar or relaxing at tables in the back. The menus spans from crab cakes and vegetarian chili to carrot cake and brownies, but most regulars come for the burgers and wings.

The Chip Shop
http://www.chipshopnyc.com/
383 Fifth Ave (at 6th St)
718-832-7701
Mon-Wed 12-10 pm, Thurs-Fri 12-10:30 pm, Sat 11am-10 pm
They were voted Best Fish and Chips in New York in Time Out.
They are super kid friendly.

The Chocolate Room
http://www.thechocolateroombrooklyn.com/
86 Fifth Avenue
718-783-2900
Open Tu-Th:12-11, F-Sa:12-Mid, Su:12-11.
Satisfy your cravings in our chocolate boutique & cafe. Savor a confection from Knipschildt Chocolatier. Enjoy homemade desserts & ice creams with a glass of wine or fair-trade, organic coffees.

Colson Patisserie
http://www.colsonpastries.com/
374 9th Street
718-965-6400
Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner. Open M-Su:7am-9pm.
Charming Belgian-French pastry shop & cafe serving homemade pastries, ice creams, waffles, sandwiches, salads…

Drama Cafe
341 Fifth Avenue
718-768-2092
Open Su-W:11am-10pm, Th-Sa:11am-close.
Experience the relaxed and friendly atmosphere in our front parlor or backyard waterfall garden. All ages welcome. 10% off for seniors, students,teachers and group discounts, great kids plates, plus wine bar.

Lobo
Swing brunch with live music
Su:Noon-4. Karaoke every Su:9pm. Open M-W:5-11, Th-Su:5-Mid, Brunch Sa-Su:11-3.
188 Fifth Ave
718-636-8886
Authentic Tex-Mex restaurant. Special margarita’s made with fresh juices & a selection of over 50 different tequilas. Sidewalk seating.

Luscious Food
http://www.lusciousbrooklyn.com/
59 Fifth Ave
718-398-5800
Open M-F:11-8:30, Sa:11-8, Su:11-6.
Eat passionately with an array of homemade comfort foods, gourmet sandwiches, salads, vegetarian sides & sweets. Indoor and backyard seating. Catering and delivery.

Miracle Grill
http://restaurantpassion-ny.com/listing.asp?r=miraclebarandgrill03&c=All&m=c&u=st=&df=1
222 Seventh Avenue
718-369-4541
A modern restaurant/bar serving New American cuisine, fine wines and mouthwatering cocktails. Bar is open late on weekends. Available for private parties.
Dinner daily 5-11, Bar F-Sa:11-2am, Brunch Sa-Su:11-4pm.

Mule Cafe
67 Fourth Avenue
718-398-6700
Open M-F:7am-9pm, Sa-Su:8am-9pm
Fine coffee, baked goods, soup, sandwiches and salads for take-in/eat-out. Enjoy a seat inside, perch at the 20 foot iron bar or lounge outside in the garden. Wireless warriors and families most welcome.

Naidre’s
384 Seventh Ave
718-965-7585
Open M-Th:7am-9pm, Fr:7am-10pm, Sa:8am-10pm, Su:8am-9pm.
A neighborhood favorite for 5 years, Naidre’s is the place to go for great breakfast, hearty sandwiches, soups & salads, yummy sweets & friendly service.

Ozzie’s Coffee

http://www.ozziescoffee.com/

2 LOCATIONS
57 Seventh Avenue
718-398-6695
Open daily 6am-11pm.
249 Fifth Avenue
718-768-6868
Open daily 7am-10pm.
Located in a 2,000 sq/ft space, we roast our coffee on location and serve fresh roasted coffee, morning fare, sandwiches, soups & desserts.
Located in an old pharmacy, Ozzie’s has fresh roasted coffee, morning fare, sandwiches, soups and desserts. Mail order coffee shipped daily nationwide.

Perch Cafe

http://www.theperchcafe.com/
365 Fifth Avenue
718-788-2830
Kitchen open Su-Th: 7:30-12am, F-Sa: 7:30-12:30
Hip cafe & bar offering a New American fare with delectable dinners and an extensive breakfast & lunch menu. Superb coffee, great cocktails, fine wines, fabulous desserts & live music. They also have storytime, sing-alongs and events for children (check weekly events ON THIS WEBSITE). Call them for events.

Postmark Cafe
326 6th Street
718-768-2613
Open M-Th:7am-9pm, F:7pm-10pm, Sa:8am-10pm.
Enjoy great coffee, fresh baked goods, teas, hot cocoa and much more. Free wireless, toddler storytime, knitting circle, movie and game nights.

Santa Fe Grill
62 Seventh Avenue
718-636-0279
The best Tex-Mex in Park Slope. A very friendly, neighborhood restaurant bar serving fresh daily Tex-Mex food at very affordable prices.
Dinner M-Th:5-11, F:5-Mid, Sa:3-Mid, Su:3-11. Lunch Sa-Su:12-3.

Song
295 5th Ave (btw. 1st and 2nd Sts)
718-965-1108
Thai food with great prices, fast service (including delivery), kindof funky inside- don’t expect a pristine, quiet environment.

Sweet Melissa Patisserie
175 Seventh Avenue
718-502-9153
Open M-Th:7:30am-10pm, F:7:30am-Mid, Sa:8am-Mid., Su:8am-10pm.
We use the highest quality ingredients in all of Melissa’s original recipes. Afternoon tea served daily 11-5. Savory menu offers light choices for breakfast, lunch & dinner. Cozy tea parlor, warm weather garden. Custom wedding & specialty cakes.

Two Boots of Brooklyn
http://www.twobootsbrooklyn.com/v2/pages/home.html
514 2nd Street
718-499-3253
A casual, lively, family-friendly joint with festive cocktails and authentic Cajun and Italian cooking. Patio dining and live music on weekends.
Open Su-Th:5-11, F-Sa:5-Midnight, Sa-Su Brunch:10:30-3:30.

1 Comment

  1. Two Boots may claim it is kid friendly, but it is not. Maybe it is kid friendly but for selected guests. I have gone to Two Boots in Park Slope for many years. The first time I questioned Two Boots was a couple of years ago when they accused me in front of my out of town guests of not paying the check. By mistake the waiter dropped the money under the table. Yesterday, my wife and our 4-year-old son and 8-month-old daughter went to have a late afternoon meal. The food was good and satisfying like it always is. My family goes there because their reputation of being very kid friendly. However, that was not the case on our last visit. My 8-month daughter began to cry while my wife was finishing her meal. I left my wife and son and took my crying daughter to the front of the restaurant. I decided to go there because the only people in that location were a waitress folding napkins and a gentleman at the bar. It was 4:30 in the afternoon so the place was not crowded. The owner then told me if I could take my crying 8-month daughter outside because of the other customers. I looked at her and said, “Did you say outside?” Her response was, “Yeah, outside.” This woman asked me to take my daughter outside during winter in Brooklyn! I was appalled at her request. Of course, I did not do what she suggested. My family and I prepared to leave. Before leaving I spoke to the owner who told me her name was Piper. I told her my feelings of her ridiculous request. Her response was she was sorry if I took what she asked for as insensitive. What she asked was insensitive! I question if Two Boots does this to all of their customers. I will never go back to Two Boots in Park Slope.

    C. Martinez

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