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Bedford-Stuyvesant, or Bed-Stuy for short, is also known as "Brooklyn's Harlem." The population is largely African-American, but a recent wave of Caribbean immigrants is changing the ethnic makeup somewhat. The dining scene in Bed-Stuy features great soul food restaurants, Caribbean food, and lots of new restaurants coming in all the time. Use our New York Restaurant search tool to find restaurants in Bedford-Stuyvesant and nearby.

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Head to Lewis Avenue in Bedford-Stuyvesant for some of the newest flavors in the neighborhood. Popular new restaurants include Peaches for BBQ, brick oven pizza at Saraghina, and the trendy coffee shop known simply as The Pantry. If you're in search of a good burger, one of the most affordable and yummy restaurants in New York is Bed-Stuy's Marietta. The classic Southern dishes on the menu here are very wallet-friendly, including a $7 burger. Therapy Wine Bar on Lewis Ave is every bit as soothing as the name suggests. Drop in for a relaxing evening of tapas and drinks. Rents are still mercifully cheap in Bedford-Stuyvesant—for now. As the artist-types get priced out of neighborhoods like SoHo and DUMBO, many have relocated to more affordable Bed-Stuy. And so the cycle continues—trendy restaurants follow trendy people, and then the neighborhood itself becomes trendy, and thus more expensive. At least for now in Bed-Stuy, there are plenty of great wallet-friendly dining options. Use our New York Restaurant search tool to browse restaurants in Bedford-Stuyvesant, read reviews, and sort by price and rating.

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