Fausto in Park Slope, Brooklyn

tagliatelle with lamb shank ragu, anchovy and pecorino toscana

Park Slope is known for being stroller friendly, but its restaurants are not quite at the destination-worthy level as places in Williamsburg or Bushwick. That may change, however, with the recent opening of Fausto, a dressy-casual Italian restaurant that took over the old Franny’s location. The team members are alums of West Village favorite L’Artusi, and they’ve brought the same attractive aesthetic and commitment to high quality pastas to Fausto. It’s by far the nicest restaurant on this particular stretch of Park Slope, a quiet block which is made up mostly of humble retail shops with the exception of a Sweet Chick restaurant at the corner of Flat Bush Ave and Park Pl. Read More