New Restaurants in Brooklyn that Stands Out


by Liam Clark

There's always a debate on wether all young chefs are opening their next spot somewhere in Brooklyn. True or not, Brooklyn offer a wide range of different restaurants, all with their own touch and flair.

As times passes its sometimes difficult to keep up with all the new openings around these parts of NYC. In order to make your life a bit easier we wanted to show you some of the, what we think, best new openings from the last few months, all with their own different take. Here you go:

Syndicated (Bar-Theater-Kitchen)

40 Bogart St. Brooklyn


At Syndicated you can combine eating, drinking and watching a movie, all at the same time or separately in the dining room. It’s perfect for a date or just to hang around with your friends.

You might be surprised by the huge bar area, the somewhat old school booths and the laid back ambience covering this spot. Movies are just $3!

Llama Inn

50 Withers St. Brooklyn

Llama Inn

This is Erik Ramirez, former Eleven Madison Park, that shows off this new modern Peruvian restaurant. Llama Inn has a charming décor with a genuine mix of Brooklyn casualness and sophistication.

It for sure that Llama Inn definitely tries to pave way for Peruvian way here in NYC, and if they succeed, that’s for you to judge. Look for the pork belly and the beef heart as both comes recommended by visitors.

El Atoradero Brooklyn

708 Washington Ave. Prospect Heights

El Atoradero Brooklyn

El Atoradero, a Mexican focused restaurant, is opened and owned by Chef Denise Lina, previously from the Carnitas El Atoradero in the Bronx. They serve tacos, burritos, toratas and the famous carnitas. Check out the blue corn tortillas as its comes recommended and have a chat with Chef Lina about the state of Mexican food in NYC.

Belle Shoals

10 Hope St. Williamsburg

Belle Shoals

Belle Shoals is a southern comfort food and cocktail bar that actually cuts the orange peel in a shape of a guitar. While that alone might not convince visitors, their friendly and spirit knowledgable staff could very well do. It’s the team, that opened the now almost famous Seamstress bar on Upper East Side, that once again invites you to enjoy their drinks and food. Have the Boss Peaches’ Sundays tea or what about some old fashioned chicken fried skate wings.

Zurilee Restaurant

755 Flatbush Avenue. Flatbush - Ditmas Park

Zurilee Restaurant

This is Burrowes Brothers that once again are making Brooklyn proud this, and time with Zurilee, a great spot with a great atmosphere. If that wasn't enough, now you can enjoy delicious pizza's directly from Zurilee's wood oven. You can expect an extensive craft beer and wine menu.

If you are not hungry for pizza, try the Bake & Salt Fish pie, genuinely tasty! This is a spot you will go back to.