Littleneck's delicious clam roll.
Photo by Westy Reflector on Flickr
Best sandwiches in the city: Littleneck in Gowanus (for its clam and lobster roll) and Van Horn in Cobble Hill (for pulled pork, fried catfish, BLP) get the nod. Eater. Check out more great Littleneck photos at Westy Reflector’s Flickr album
The famous Tom’s in Prospect Heights to get a place at the Coney Island table (egg creams for everyone!). NY1
Downtown Brooklyn’s eating scene keeps looking up. Sugar and Plumm and American BBQ and Beer Company to fill a building on Adams Street. Brooklyn Eagle
Holy $&#^, this person made a gingerbread brownstone house, and so can you. Kitchen Table Scraps via FIPS
Find food holiday gift baskets at Stinky Bklyn and Court Street Grocers.
Despite what we said last week, Bourgeois Pig has yet to open on Court Street.
Brooklyn Food Events:
Whiskey and pickles that go beyond the pickleback. Enjoy the pairing of three local pickles with three New York state whiskeys on Dec. 10 and 11 in Williasmburg at Brooklynoenology. Brooklyn Based
Mile End’s Christmas menu makes me want to cancel my trip to Florida and camp out at the Boerum Hill restaurant for the holidays.
Only marginally food-related, but Brokelyn has an awesome guide to holiday markets (many of which contain food). Brokelyn