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Ogle This Eye Candy From Glady's

Ogle This Eye Candy From Glady's
All photos by Bradley Hawks

There's no better evidence of gentrification's continued push into Crown Heights than the restaurants: Slick new eateries are replacing old mom-and-pops at a relentless pace. But is that always bad?

Zachary Feldman heads to neighborhood newcomer Glady's (788 Franklin Avenue) for this week's review, and sees a positive side of the change. "Glady's may be rare proof that gentrification isn't always a four-letter word," he writes. "It was well-received when it opened last year as a New American restaurant. Later, inspired by living in Crown Heights, Jacober was compelled to change course completely with a Caribbean bent. At first, it sounds like the restaurant that white guilt built, but he confides that the prospect of being a white guy cooking Caribbean food in a Caribbean neighborhood was simply too distressing at first."

How was that food? Take a look at these stunning food photos from Bradley Hawks, then read the full review.

Ogle This Eye Candy From Glady's
Ogle This Eye Candy From Glady's
Ogle This Eye Candy From Glady's
Ogle This Eye Candy From Glady's
Ogle This Eye Candy From Glady's

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788 Franklin Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11238

718-622-0249


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