A true neighborhood place that feels fuss-free, laid-back, and just right for lingering, this little corner eatery makes the most of its large windows peering onto Park Slope's vibrant thoroughfare and small nearby park. The airy interior has exposed brick walls, a long bar near the entrance for pre-dinner cocktails, and a candlelit, sunken dining room scattered with linen-topped tables. Satisfying light fare includes charred baby octopus with chorizo and fingerling potatoes, or grilled lacinato kale served over a frisée salad with tangy buttermilk dressing. Mains like pork loin over Brussels sprouts and rainbow carrots are hearty, and may be tailed by such inventive treats as a mini ravioli-shaped puff pastry baked atop a nutty and crumbly apple cookie.
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