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Le Paddock x The Adirondack



From the charming red door inviting you into the cozy wood-accented interiors, Le Paddock in Windsor Terrace is one of Brooklyn’s most inviting neighborhood bistros. Whether you go for brunch, lunch or dinner, your palette will be pleased. Choose from classic French staples like a croque-monsier or mussels, or get a taste of Italy with a burrata salad or wood-fired pizza. No matter what you eat—or when—you will feel at home. Add an extra flair with one of Le Paddock’s unique cocktails, like Potion Magique or Tom Waits’ Mexican Vacation.

Afterward, get your brew on and visit neighborhood bar, The Adirondack, just a couple doors down. With cool decorative touches like the New York state-shaped clock on the wall, it feels casual and comfy, just like a basement bar at your friend’s place might. But it has way more to offer than your friend’s kegerator. The Adirondack’s beer menu is one of the most unique and eclectic you’ll find, featuring cream ales, coffee and berry-infused stouts, sours, ciders, IPAs and more—even, for the old school drinker in you, Miller Lite.

Windsor Terrace
Dinner, Craft Beer
Cozy, Casual

Le Paddock

1235 Prospect Avenue, Brooklyn

idk tip: If it’s Saturday and you’re jonesing for pizza, go early. Le Paddock only serves up their wood-fired pies from 4-5 pm on Saturdays.

le paddock nyc
Credit: Flickr, Photo by: Eric Isaac

The Adirondack

1241 Prospect Avenue, Brooklyn

idk tip: If you’re into vinyl, go on a Monday night and bring your own records. If they are worthy, hear them played on The Adirondack’s sound system and gain bragging rights for rocking so hard.  

the adirondack bar nyc
Credit: The Adirondack Bar