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Brooklyn Park Slope restaurant recommendations

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I will be staying in Park Slope for three days next week. The first night we'd like to stay in Brooklyn for dinner. Would it be more fun to find a restaurant on 5th Avenue (which is quite close to our hotel), or is it worth it to get to the Brooklyn Heights/DUMBO area for dinner, which I guess would either involve a lot of walking or a subway trip? Any specific recommendations for a restaurant? Casual and not incredibly expensive--I like a wide range of things, so not picky about type of food.

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