Food Tour Three New Restaurants To Try For Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

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Groundhog Phil might have told us we have a long season ahead of us, but winter doesn’t have to mean hibernation. Nothing can stop this city from sprouting gems, and we have gathered a few spots to get you out of bed (at least, for a day).

Breakfast
L’estudio
61 Hester Street

Tucked into a quiet section of Hector Street lies L’estudio, the charming nine-table hideaway with a South American twist. L’estudio’s simple menu with favorites like chia pudding and baked eggs will give you a head start for the day ahead of you.

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Lunch
De Maria
19 Kenmare Street

Latin for “by Mary, from Mary”, De Maria’s focus on innovative food from powerful women could not have come around at a better time. De Maria’s colorful, charming interior is reflected on its dishes, like the dragon bowl and the lemon-vanilla-black lava salt focaccia. If you’re somehow still not impressed, hold tight, for their downstairs speakeasy is in the works.

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Dinner
Gotham Market at the Ashland
590 Fulton Street

Exposed brick, huge windows and modern chandeliers is exactly what we would expect from Brooklyn’s newest food hall. The 16,000 sq.-ft space is packed with eight eateries of various cuisines, along with a separate booth dedicated to rotating Brooklyn restaurants. Finish off your day with some pizza or fried chicken (or both, we won’t judge).

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By Cole Bilik