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Brooklyn Pastoral

Olmsted is a Garden of Eden for Greenmarket gourmets on a budget.
Olmsted

3/5 Stars

Olmsted

659 Vanderbilt Ave., nr. Park Pl., Prospect Heights

718-552-2610

olmstednyc.com

MANY, IF NOT ALL, of the familiar, carefully imagined, slightly maddening tropes of the High Brooklyn (or, if you prefer, High Portland, or High Silver Lake) dining experience are on display at Olmsted, the much-acclaimed restaurant that opened several months ago in Prospect Heights, on a busy section of Vanderbilt Avenue. This is especially true if you happen to find yourself, as I did on an early visit, sitting in the carefully pruned townhouse garden in the cool of a summer

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