Where to eat in Ditmas Park right now
Just under a mile south of Prospect Park, nestled between bustling Ocean and Coney Island avenues, Ditmas Park is known for its sweeping green lawns, tree-lined streets and grand Victorian homes. Although less known as a foodie destination than its neighbors further north, the region also deserves recognition for its unique and diverse restaurant offerings: an eclectic mix of Filipino, Thai and Tibetan cuisine are just a few examples. . Taco trucks, green market-focused restaurants, and quaint cafes are other options worth checking out.
For diners in a hurry, Newkirk Plaza’s B and Q subway lines are close to places to grab a slice of grandma’s or green enchiladas that won’t disappoint. Here are 11 Ditmas Park cafes and cafes, family-run businesses and farm-to-table institutions with all the comforts of a familiar neighborhood mainstay that draw diners from near and far.
Health experts consider eating out to be a high-risk activity for the unvaccinated. this may pose a risk to vaccinees, especially in areas with high COVID transmission.
To note: The restaurants on this map are listed geographically.