New York, the Big Apple- is divided into many different boroughs; each of them offering their own distinct personality and culture. Brooklyn is only a short distance (about five miles and mostly covered by the East River) from Manhattan. It is known for its bridge, it large business district as well as the wide range of areas that are culturally rich offering many restaurants to select from. Whether you’re interested in kosher foods, Thai, vegan or anything in between this is the place to venture. Experience the bustle of Downtown or Bayridge while enjoying samplings from several different restaurants, making a day of it.

One of the neighborhoods in Brooklyn is Williamsburg which is on the north border of Greenpoint, and this is the virtual mecca of culture. A number of different groups of people have established themselves in this area and because of this there are some exquisite places to dine.

Do You Enjoy Authentic Italian Food? You Can Get It In Brooklyn!

Try Al Di La for some of the best food and atmosphere that you can find. The menu is inspired by Venetian food. The restaurant owner/chef is proud to offer local organic when possible. Their risotto is made fresh to order and positively the best in town. If you’re looking for something a little more substantial then try their Hanger Steak “Tagliata” with Arugula. It is sliced, deglazed in balsamic vinegar and simply melts in your mouth. Italian food never had so much to offer.

Chinese Food Could Be Just What You’re Craving While In Brooklyn

Try the M’Shanghai Bistro and Den for some of the most authentic Chinese food Williamsburg has to offer. They are well known for their pork dumplings which are steamed and homemade. They offer a wider selection on their vegan menu compared to many of the Brooklyn restaurants. Their menu is reasonable, extensive and tasty.

Are You Thinking About Enjoying Some Delicious Mexican Food?

You should consider Mesa Coyoacan, another of the fabulous restaurants near downtown offers some of the best homemade food from organic sources available in Brooklyn. They are well known for their Chiles en Nogada which are pork, almond, pear, apple, and peach stuffed Poblano peppers, smothered in a walnut pomegranate sauce. Truly a unique blend of Mexican flavours offered up by Brooklyn’s finest.

Russian Food Provides A Unique Dining Experience In Brooklyn

Enjoy some of the best Russian food at Metropole on Coney Island Ave. Diners here can experience fantastic atmosphere, an abundance of authentic food and wonderful service. It is one of the more formal restaurants so please dress appropriately.

Don't Forget To Enjoy Greenpoint Restaurants

Five Leaves is one of the best restaurants that you should try for some new American dining and they offer local organic as well. They have a wide array of uniquely tailored menu items for those with a discerning taste. Try any of their oyster or mussel choices and pair it with a delicious wine.