Now I don’t know about you, but this news had my taste buds jumping with excitement. According to the 2011 New York Zagat Survey, Brooklyn has topped the charts with an amazing mighty eleven.
Brooklyn has surpassed previously dominated New York City restaurants. And it’s nice to know that many of them are newly established ones. But of course, and this only adds to BK’s value and affordability.
What does this joy mean for fellow Brooklynites? Well, in my opinion, this is a major step in the “good” publicity area. It is so nice to hear, see or read about the best of Brooklyn for a change. Just think, neighborhoods that were well known for the high crime factors and poverty are now boasting and building, drawing positive feedback, as well as eager taste testers. I myself was thrown back by the vast changes and stylish makeovers.
One of our top cuisine winners is none other than the Mile End in Boreum Hill for its quintessential taste reminiscent of the New York City deli. And please, tip your hats for Williamsburg’s Fette Sau for winning best BBQ hotspot and Borough Park’s Pacificana for best Chinese (which is huge since you can find Chinese joints every two blocks in BK).
So once again, give yourselves a round of applause BK. You deserve it!
Courtesy of the 2011 New York Zagat Survey ($15.95 at Zagat.com)