The latest in Brooklyn restaurants
Jonathan Levitt for The Boston Globe
Brooklyn has always been a good place for a meal out Peter Luger for steak, Juniors for cheesecake, Di Fara for pizza, Nathans for hot dogs solid food but nothing innovative or trendy. Until recently the haute and the progressive stayed in Manhattan. But then the artists came and the yuppies followed. The culinary landscape of not just Williamsburg, but much of Manhattan-accessible Brooklyn is being resettled.