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Bogota Menu Brooklyn
Otherworldly art, ornate chandeliers and a bevy of gilded details kick the senses into overdrive, setting a dramatic precedent for fanciful, shareable pan-Asian fare inspired by multiple traditions. Dim sum, noodle soups, seafood and house specialties like whole Peking duck join a bevy of elegant wines and specialty cocktails on a menu made to suit any celebration.
The multi-course menu at al di la Trattoria changes seasonally and uses locally and responsibly sourced ingredients. Comprised of shareable antipasti salads, decadent primi plates of house-made pasta, and meat and seafood-centric segundi, the selection of dishes will delight your taste buds. I especially loved the Casunziei, red beets and ricotta ravioli topped with melted butter and poppy seeds.
As you may have surmised, Bogota is a North Slope neighborhood Latin Bistro specializing in Colombian cuisine. Bogota Latin Bistro is a friendly, warm, and colorful restaurant with interior and patio seating and welcoming, knowledgeable staff, offering vast brunch, lunch, and dinner menus that feature the best of traditional Colombian cuisine along with other Latin cuisines like Mexican, Argentinian, and Spanish.
Located two blocks from Stone Park Café and the Old Stone House of Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Burgers & Beer is a local favorite for the best burgers and craft beer selection. Brooklyn Burgers & Beer is committed to providing the Park Slope community a family-friendly atmosphere and a menu of excellent burgers using locally sourced meat, buns, and produce.
The menu at Scottadito is impressively large and varied, with a wide selection of antipasti, pasta, salads, pizza, and entrees. I recommend the delightfully fresh fettuccine Zafferano Frutti di mare with lump crabmeat, tiger shrimp, scallops, and PEI mussels in a spicy saffron broth.
The menu at Ghenet has won many accolades from local and national culinary press outlets like Eater and The New York Times, offering the most authentic Ethiopian dishes in town. I started with the delicious sambusa, pastry dough stuffed with spiced lentils, and minced beef. They also have an excellent whole fish dish known as Asa Tibs. Ethiopian food is meant to be shared, with multiple rich stewed dishes that you soak up with a sourdough crepe known as injera.
La Colina Comidas Rapidas11200 West Flagler St, Miami, FL 33174(305) 225-5344La Colina is an unpretentious fast-food restaurant that was established in 2003 and serves traditional Colombian meals. While the ambiance may not be five star dining, their menu makes up for it. Try out the perros for some Colombian style street food (Colombian style hot dogs)! Other menu favorites are the salchipapas (pan-fried sausages), patacones (fried plantain), porc chicharron (traditional pork rind), salchi-criollas (quail eggs, sausage, and criollas potatoes), and tequeños (Venezuelan style cheese sticks). Their Lomi Perro sandwich is a must-have, undoubtedly one of the few places to find one in the country. The prices are pocket-friendly, the service is fast, and the portions are sizeable. 041b061a72