In this episode of award-wining food series Real Food, host Mike Colameco correctly points out that the culinary scene in Brooklyn “has gone viral.” Colameco, a longtime Manhattan cat, doesn’t pretend to known Brooklyn. So he enlisted the very capable writer Jordana Rothman to Sherpa him around one of the country’s most happening food scenes. Some of the places covered in the 24 minute shoutout: Smoked fish at Shelsky’s, scrambled eggs with lox and salami at Mile End (read our interview), cool and quirky regional groceries at Court Street Grocers. We fully endorse this expert guide to eating around parts of Brooklyn. But, will there be a part II for Williamsburg (cough)?
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