Need A Healthy Break? Try Organic Rice Balls At This Fast-Casual Japanese Spot
Inspired by the owner's daughter in thinking about what food would be best for her child's daily diet, Rice and Miso was born. The spot specializes in onigiri, a rice ball made with organic brown rice with a variety of fillings (no MSG or GMO—only organic, local produce). The small space is clean and modern with a few tables to eat-in—the exact style you’d expect from a “fast-casual” Japanese restaurant.
Once you’ve had your fill of goodness, head over to Building on Bond, voted “The Best Neighborhood Hangout in Boerum Hill”. On a picturesque tree-lined street in one of the best parts of Brooklyn, you’ll find yourself nestled into a booth or out on the sidewalk. Sip on a selection of hand-crafted cocktails, or beer and wine and just try to not imagine yourself buying a brownstone and moving right on in. If you're not ready to go home, Robert Bar next door is owned by the same folks.
Rice & Miso
134 Nevins Street, Brooklyn
Building on Bond
112 Bond Street, Brooklyn