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Waterfront Ale House

  1. Contests
    Grub Street Readers Pick Their Favorite Hot WingsSome standbys and more than a few surprises.
  2. Foodievents
    Brooklyn Pigfest Is Tomorrow, and They’d Better Not Run Out This TimeSun, beer, music, and pig…for as long as it lasts.
  3. User’s Guide
    Brooklyn Restaurant Week: Use It, Don’t Be Used by ItFind out where to go and what to skip.
  4. NewsFeed
    Brooklyn Pigfest Suffers Notable Pig ShortageThe Seventh Annual Brooklyn Pigfest was held this past weekend and, except for the part about running out of food, was a huge success. Hundreds of people paid $85 a head to eat some of the city’s best barbecue, cooked up by the combined forces of the Waterfront Ale House and the soon-to-open Hill Country BBQ. Both teams had to scramble, though, as a result of organizers having wildly underestimated the number of attendees. Many frustrated figures were left standing in line with little to show for their time and money but some hastily cooked ribs — if that.
  5. What to Eat Tonight
    From Venison to Grouse: Game On! With Tim Love and Ted Turner having recently opened game restaurants here — Lonesome Dove Western Bistro and Ted’s Montana Grill, respectively — it’s a good time for us to consider wild animals: how free and beautiful they are and where you can currently eat them. There are some excellent New York restaurants that feature out-of-the-mainstream meats, especially in the fall.
  6. Three Blocks
    Cops and Law Clerks Plunder Expansive Eats in Downtown Brooklyn SouthLaw clerks, business people, cops, and hospital workers all earn their paychecks here, and downtown’s wealth of food options matches their diversity: comfy cafés, old-school pubs, stylish hot spots, and more share this micro-micro-neighborhood centered around the intersection of Atlantic Avenue and Brooklyn Bridge Boulevard.
  7. Three Blocks
    Lower–Murray Hill LunchesNobody wants to walk more than three blocks for lunch during the workday. We comb the city’s micro-micro-neighborhoods in search of affordable spots for dining with co-workers, eating solo, or just getting takeout. Today: The area around the intersection of 27th Street and Third Avenue.