Enjoy Classic Polish Fare and an Adventurous, Snuggly Bar in Greenpoint
Tonight, we're heading to Greenpoint, and our first stop is Karczma—probably the most authentic restaurant for Polish food you'll find in the city. The ambiance is very old-world—with large wooden booths and waitresses dressed in traditional garb. The menu is budget-friendly too, so order all the kielbasa, potato pancakes, and stuffed cabbage of your dreams.
What can't you do at Black Rabbit? A bar in Greenpoint with trivia, theme nights, a backyard beer garden, a fireplace, and all things fun, Black Rabbit is perfect for a chill weekday night or a turned-up weekend. The coolest part? It's a converted 19th century with "snugs," aka dark wood booths perfect for clandestine canoodling on date night.
136 Greenpoint Avenue, Brooklyn
91 Greenpoint Avenue, Brooklyn