What restaurants are neary by?

Asked by Jensenlclr, Brooklyn, NY Sat Apr 6, 2013

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Luke Constan…, Agent, Brooklyn, NY
Sat Apr 6, 2013
You have some exceptional restaurants there!
Like polish food?
Lomzynianka @ 646 Manhattan Ave.
Amber Steak House @ 119 Nassau Ave
Vamos Al Tequila @ 162 Franklin st
Or just get a good slice...
Valdianos @ 659 Manhattan Ave.

I'm not even going to start on the authentic Polish sausagestores!!!
Steve's Meat Market on Nassau near Leonard or Kiszka Meat Market (The best!) On Manhattan Ave near Kent Street.

Happy eating!!!

Luke Constantino
Keller Willams Real Estate
Direct: (212) 300-3919
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Kathryn Lilly, Agent, New York, NY
Sat Apr 6, 2013
Right in the immediate vicinity it is primarily the large national chains catering to the Downtown Office building market that is right across Flatbush Ave from this building, but a short cab ride, long walk or short cycle ride in various directions you have a vast range of restaurants from high end white table cloth service to wonderful independent chef owned and ethnic restaurants from all corners of the world and everything in between.
Everything Brooklyn is known for is a short distance away.
Kathryn Lilly, Broker
Realty on the Greene, LLC
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Jeanie Davis, Agent, Sandpoint, ID
Sat Apr 6, 2013
In the Sandpoint Idaho we have a variety of restaurants. If you want authentic Italian, Arlo's is my favorite place. The owners are true New Yorkers and you can taste their roots in everything on the menu. We have two Thai, one Greek. We have one chinese restaurant, but nothing that compares to China Town in NY. We have a great steak house - the Hydra. In addition, there are multiple burger places and mom and pop restaurants, and several really great places to hang out. My favorite is a pub on Cedar called Eichardt's. It's got a great selection of on-tap beer and really good food. Think cheers West Coast small town.
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