Park Slope—you either love it or you hate it. The rows of stately brownstones, the SUV-sized strollers, the tea lounges full of screenwriters, and, of course, the Park Slope Food Co-op, a haven of beautiful produce and crunchy-granola one-upmanship that inspires either vitriol or passionate dedication. (A Chow article described it as a cross between an "earthy-crunchy health food haven and a Soviet-style reeducation camp.") But now, directly across the street from that mecca of contentiousness, arrives Bussaco, a restaurant with food so eminently likable that it could be an ambassador for... More >>>