Like it! Bridge Cafe
Not a fancy place, the dining area is an open room with red cloth covered wooden tables. Different forms of art celebrating the Brooklyn Bridge cover the walls--including a liquor license for the establishment on the site in 1895-96. It's a simple café and one could expect uncomplicated food, but one would be wrong. The food is amazing.
I had the Strata Bercovici, a dish with thinly sliced roasted autumn vegetables, sitting on curry spiced spaghetti squash and Mango Pear chutney with a cap of dried tomato and goat cheese. This dish was so delightfully good that after leaving I went to my computer to begin a search for the recipe. After having no luck, I wrote to the restaurant and begged for their secret. The menu does have more to offer, but when I go back it will be for that same meal. I can't get it out of my mind.