The RGK Brooklyn Guide!

Haylie Duff's Favorite Brooklyn Hot Spots + Picks From Our Favorite Brooklyn Bloggers

In this week's episode of The Real Girls Kitchen#Booklyn, Haylie Duff brings her crew to check out some of her favorite Brooklyn Hot Spots.  We've decided to create a "The Real Girl's Kitchen" Inspired Brooklyn Guide with Haylie's favorite Brooklyn places + picks from some of our favorite Brooklyn Bloggers - enjoy!

Haylie's Picks:

Brooklyn Brine

574 President St, Brooklyn, NY


Anything pickled is awesome - but the secret to Brooklyn Brine is the homegrown goodness that make this so place magical - it made Haylie's list as one of her favorite Brooklyn Spots. 

The Rye

247 S 1st St, Brooklyn, NY

Haylie's favorite scotch egg is from The Rye in Brooklyn.  She calls it 'heaven on a plate'.  


184 Dekalb Ave, Brooklyn, NY 

Haylie loves Martha's because 'it just feels like me- all seasonal foods that taste amazing.'   She loves getting inspired by their amazing Chinese Long Beans, Turkish Eggplant, Egg Noodles, Duck Saussage and General Tso Fried Chicken.

Bring it on!

Blogger Picks:


506 Grand St, Brooklyn, NY

The Blue Stove

415 Graham Ave, Brooklyn, NY


'When it's time for happy hour and some after-work delights, I always go to Burnside. And, when a girl needs something sinfully sweet, The Blue Stove, the perfect excuse to eat homemade apple pie.' - Erica LavelanetBrooklyn Fashion Stylist, LP Fashion Philosophy


Frankies Spuntino

457 Court Street, Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn


'They have the most idyllic backyard garden for dining in the summer, my usuals are their Meatballs with Pine Nuts & Raisins paired with the Escarole Salad with Sliced Red Onions, Walnuts and Pecorino. They even produce their own Extra-Virgin Olive Oil. made from organic olives in Sicily.' - Photographer, Valery Rizzo


Maison Premiere

298 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY


"One of my favorite places in Brooklyn is Maison Premiere in Williamsburg. Its the most beautiful nautical inspired restaurant. It has a 1920's vibe with bartenders dressed in white collared shirts and bow ties, often with slicked back hair and mustaches. They have one of the most impressive selections of oysters I've ever seen. They make a mean cocktail and have absinthe readily available. A real stunner." - Brooklyn Blogger, Nicole Franzen, at La Buena Vida

Get Your Brooklyn On! 

And if you haven't seen it yet be sure to check out Haylie Duff's 'The Real Girls Kitchen' Brooklyn Style!

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