Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Comfort food for the day after

There’s nothing like a post-mortem over drinks and good food that fills your stomach, especially after a New Year’s Eve bender. For some comfort food post-partying, try these Brooklyn favorites and start the New Year’s off right.

Aunt Suzie’s
247 Fifth Ave.

This Park Slope restaurant has been providing generous portions of Italian-American favorites for more than 20 years, and through it all has remained pretty affordable. Its pasta dishes are just like Grandmas made them, too.

S & B Restaurant
194 Bedford Ave.

This cozy Polish restaurant in Greenpoint serves up grub you’d expect from a diner, as well as kielbasa, pierogis and other meaty, greasy food sure to warm you up. Come to think of it, this might be a good stop to hit the night before, too.

432 Union Ave.

What do most people want when it comes to comfort food? Some really good mac and cheese. And Dumont’s in Williamsburg fits the bill (they call it the Dumac and cheese. Aww.). It comes with cheddar, guyere, Parmesan, bacon and radiatore pasta. That also makes us go yum.

The Brooklyn Star
33 Havemayer St.

This Southern-themed restaurant in Williamsburg presents American comfort food at its finest, and has quickly won fans for its hearty food. From the corn bread to the chicken-fried steak to the mac and cheese, you better come here ready to eat.

–Meredith Deliso


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