Culture web site Joonbug shouts out six New York City restaurants were you can get booze-infused grub, and two just so happen to be right here in the area.
Infusing food with liquor, wine or booze gives it a special kick, and if you’re curious, try out one of these local spots:
For rum-lovers, Flatbush Avenue’s Sugarcane offers true Caribbean flavors with their Heritage Stew Chicken, cooked with brown sugar, Old Oak rum from Trinidad and Tobago, and Spanish thyme, says Joonbug.
Beer-infused food (like beer-battered onion rings and fish and chips) is pretty much everywhere, but according to Joonbug, on Vanderbilt Avenue is doing something a little more interesting. Their Tumeric Beer-Battered Barramundi filet is infused with Foster’s beer and served with dill over a bed of vermicelli noodles – an Australian touch to Asian fusion.
Have some other booze-infused favorites in the neighborhood? Let us know in the comments.