Good ‘Eats’

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On Wednesday, April 30, over 500 hungry people crowded into Steiner Studios (left) in the Brooklyn Navy Yard for the 11th year of “Brooklyn Eats,” a celebration of food and entertainment from throughout the borough.

Dozens of restaurants and specialty food shops participated, including Caffe E Vino [112 DeKalb Ave. at Ashland Place in Fort Greene, (718) 855-6222], which brought (right) co-owners Patricia Alvarez and Elez Bucaj, employee Elvana Xhakollari and chef Herman Nieves to serve veal “palpettino” with tomato fondue.

Updated 5:06 pm, July 9, 2018
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Eleni from Bay Ridge says:
I attended Brooklyn Eats, and do every year as volunteer from NYC College of Technology. The food was amazing. It is a wonderful event and the best on yet. Steiner Studios, Stage Six has beautiful event spaces.
May 4, 2008, 12:21 pm
lisa from fortgreen says:
I love love this restaurant, its so cozzy so romantic and it feels like home..the food is just great and the service is of the servent name Elvana is just so kind and hard worker, you should ask for her when you go there..and one of the owners is just so hot... uuu laaal llaaa THE ALBANIAN im sorry i dont know your name...
July 5, 2008, 1:25 am
Laura P. from bay ridge says:
CAFFE E VINO is aa very small place, but with a great value. The food is amazing, the service is amazing, and they have one of the best wins in there. My husband and I go to CAFFE E VINO every week. Once you try thier food, you just get so hooked in it that you wouldnt want to go anywhere else. I am a big fan of desserts and they have some good once. Not a big selection but very tasty. They have this special dessert called Panaccota mhhmmm....
July 5, 2008, 1:34 am

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