8 New Kid-Friendly Restaurants in 8 ‘Hoods

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With a slew of new family-friendly eateries opening up around the city, New York now offers more places than ever to grab a bite with the kids. From a Mexican restaurant in Queens that is quick to offer crayons and paper to a cozy cafe in Brooklyn that serves Nutella by the spoonful, here are some of the hottest newcomers to the New York restaurant scene that welcome young foodies. Click on through to get the scoop!

In Prospect Lefferts Gardens: Bluebird Food & Spirits

This no-frills neighborhood spot, located near the Prospect Park B/Q stop at Flatbush Ave, is a great option if you want to treat the family to a reasonably priced Saturday brunch. You can order a burger for less than $10, which isn’t an easy find in this city. There is plenty on the menu for kids to enjoy as well as some hearty comfort foods for adults, including a slow-cooked brisket sandwich and autumn vegetable chicken pot pie. The beverages are just as satisfying as the cuisine; the bartender makes a solid bloody mary and mimosa. You can challenge your kids to a game of pool in the large laid-back lounge space in the front – just be sure to let them win. And the backyard patio is a nice addition when the weather is nice.

Bluebird Food & Spirits
504 Flatbush Ave.
Prospect Lefferts Gardens
718-484-9494

photo: John M. via Yelp

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