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Great Places to Eat in Brooklyn

From modern riffs on classic comfort food to the borough's best pizza joints, here are some great restaurants in Brooklyn.
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Diner/Marlow &#38; Sons/Roman&#39;s
Photo &#169; <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/kellydreams" class="external">Kelly Bazely</a>
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    Diner/Marlow & Sons/Roman's

    Mark Firth and Andrew Tarlow's culinary empire began in 1998, when they opened Diner in a renovated 1920s Kullman Diner car near the Williamsburg Bridge. Then came the adjacent Marlow & Sons, a dining room known as much for its selection of East Coast oysters as for its hidden entrance through a general store. In 2009, the duo debuted Roman's in Fort Greene, with dishes like meaty, Bolognese-topped tagliatelle.

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