Last week was a great one for Brooklyn restaurants. The ultra-exclusive “Michelin Guide New York City 2008” (Michelin & Cie, $16.95) was released, and it sure showed our borough some love. Peter Luger and Dressler, both in Williamsburg, and Smith Street’s Saul received stars from the guide, which rates restaurants based on product quality, preparation and flavors, cuisine personality, value and consistency. And eight other borough eateries received the “Bib Gourmand Price” for value and excellence.
As if that wasn’t enough, Red Hook sweet spot Baked was featured on the “Today” show, burying the shop beneath an avalanche for orders. In fact, we hear they’re hiring extra help to keep up with the demand.
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