Foodspotting Friday: Brooklyn for Locavores

ColumnFoodspotting’s top pick for a locavore in Brooklyn.

We launched our Locavore Guide to Brooklyn on Foodspotting this week. It’s full of all the local foodie hits in one of our favorite boroughs. Not following us on Foodspotting? You’re missing out on plenty of goodness.

Foodspotting sent us their own Brooklyn locavore find, from popular hotspot, Seersucker:

Carrot Soup, Purple Potatoes & Local Yogurt @ Seersucker Restaurant

In a borough known for its hip, locally-minded restaurants, foodspotter Ben H. recommends Seersucker’s simple carrot soup. Combining vegetable ingredients with a yogurt base, this soup is not only healthful, but makes for a filling, satisfying dish, too. -Amy Cao

Spotted by Ben H.

Check out the full guide and enjoy!

In Foodspotting Friday we highlight one of Foodspotting’s top picks from our Foodspotting guides. Be sure to check them out and tip us off to your own favorites in our Readers’ Picks guide. Want to start spotting food on your own? Join Foodspotting and take part in the food spotting revolution. It’s visual, it’s positive, it’s global and we are in love with it.

Images: David Berkowitz, Foodspotting

Anna Brones

Anna Brones is a food + travel writer with a love for coffee and bikes. She is the author of The Culinary Cyclist and Fika: The Art of the Swedish Coffee Break. Catch her weekly column, Foodie Underground.