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Best of the Menu: Applewood

What’s your favorite dish on the menu?

Have you ever gone to a restaurant that was highly suggested but once you’re sitting at the table you don’t know what to order?

Some menus can be intimidatingly long, which can be difficult for indecisive people (or people who want it all!) or give vague descriptions of their food. 

To help get an idea what’s good where, Park Slope Patch wants to know what you think is the best dish to order.

Today we ask our readers to give us the scoop on ever-changing menu.

Applewood, which is on 11th Street between Seventh and Eighth avenues, serves organic American comfort food with local, sustainably-sourced ingredients. 

The restaurant’s menu has included fried chicken and waffles, crispy braised New Hampshire pork belly, grilled grass-finished beef flatiron steak, sautéed Maine sardines, and roasted vegetable pan roast with toasted quinoa. 

To see today’s dinner menu, click here. Let us know in the comments what Applewood does best. 

steven bennett January 25, 2012 at 01:06 PM
I love this place! The chefs do amazing things with fish (crispy skin, buttery flesh) and they have the best vegetarian dishes around. I don't usually care for brunch in general, but went there with friends and had the absolute best grits ever. I didn't even know I liked grits! The service staff is warm and friendly and really seem to love what they're doing. There's just an overall good feeling in the room. The cocktails are show-stoppers--amazing concoctions that also use delicious homemade ingredients. Not to be missed.
Will Yakowicz January 25, 2012 at 05:30 PM
Steven, I totally agree with your opinion of Applewood's grits-- they are amazingly delicious! I really like their brunch, their bacon, sausage and eggs are incredible. I love it all. And the drinks are insanely good. Applewood does it right and knows how to use local, fresh food to make organic dishes with a down-home, hearty taste.
Patti January 25, 2012 at 06:25 PM
My choices are: The Rhode Island Day Boat Scallops The Beets The Homemade Corned Beef
Will Yakowicz January 26, 2012 at 01:40 AM
Patti, all of those sound so good! I wish I could get over there tonight and try the scallops and corned beef!


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