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Here are websites that list restaurants and bars for Park Slope:

The Park Slope Business Directory sorts them by restaurant "type," e.g. pubs, cafes, bakeries, etc., but offers no descriptions.

Dizzy's KitchenIt hasn't been updated recently, and has lots of annoying pop-up ads, but Park Slope Parent has some helpful restaurant tips if you have young children in tow.

Zagat's.com is the online version of the famous restaurant guidebook. They have a Brooklyn guide in print, but online you can look at Park Slope restaurants grouped together. You can see a listing, but if you want the famous cut-quote descriptions, you have to be a member. It's not expensive, but it's not free. If you don't want to join, print out the list, Connecticut Muffinhead to a bookstore and check out the restaurants in the Brooklyn guidebook. The book itself is incredibly handy, so you might want to consider buying it, either on their website or Amazon.

Hello Brooklyn, a great general site, has a very comprehensive list of restaurants, but again, no descriptions.

Park Slope has great restaurants, but you can't eat out all the time. So where do the locals buy their groceries? At the usual supermarkets, yes, but anyone interested in organic food will want to become a member of the Park Slope Food Coop. You have to work a few hours a month if you want the privilege of shopping there, but few complain: the fresh food and produce are worth it!


Prints CharmingAnything you need, you can find it here!

The website of the Park Slope Chamber of Commerce is absolutely comprehensive.

Brooklynease.com also lists tons of stores, but it's not as easy to use as the Chamber of Commerce site.

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