Welcome to the Neighborhood.

Frame 283 is situated in the idyllic Clinton Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn, just west of Bedford-Stuyvesant. A myriad of coffee shops, restaurants, and other community fixtures line the mostly residential streets. The neighborhood borders the newly renovated Brooklyn Navy Yard to the north, Prospect Heights to the south, and Fort Greene to the west.

  • Greenberg's Bagels

    The neighborhood bagel shop slings old-school New York-style bagels and breakfast sandwiches plus BLTs, tuna salad, and other takes on Jewish deli classics.

  • Stonefruit Espresso + Kitchen

    A quirky café specializing in healthy, seasonal fare, baked goods, and coffee drinks—including a mean matcha latte.

  • Playground Coffee

    A hip community center and coffee shop with an annex in the back that sells books, zines, and merchandise from POC artists.

  • Clementine

    Vegan and gluten-free muffins, cupcakes, and the like are complemented by salads and sandwiches at lunch, coffee all day, and plenty of tables to work and chat both inside and out.

  • The Mixtape Shop

    This contemporary shop, which doubles as a coffee shop with killer tunes, sells an array of House, Techno, Funk & Soul, Disco, Jazz, and Electronic records.

  • Brooklyn Kolache Co.

    Texas-style kolaches are hard to come by in New York, but Brooklyn Kolache Co. serves up many kinds of the doughy pastry, both savory and sweet, like sausage, jalapeño, and cheese and PB & J.

  • Pilar Cuban Bakery

    Empanadas, tres leches cake, Cubano sandwiches, and guava crumb bars are some of what you can find at this Cuban bakery.

  • Do or Dive

    This kitschy dive is dog-friendly and easy on the wallet. Many types of cold beer on tap plus a wood-paneled outdoor space add to the appeal.

  • Bar Laika by e-flux

    A sleek, minimalist bar and artist’s space serving Japanese-inspired cocktails and some seasonal fare. Check out their website for events and programming.

  • Dynaco

    Dimly lit Dynaco is an intimate hangout great for a date at the bar or a group hang in the back, where a fireplace roars in the wintertime.

  • Chilo’s

    At the back of this vibey dive bar there’s a food truck slinging carnitas, nopales, and huitlacoche tacos ‘til late-night, plus egg, cheese and avocado-filled wonders on weekends.

  • Speedy Romeo

    Located just around the corner from 283 Frame, Speedy Romeo is a St. Louis-style food-wired pizzeria open for lunch and dinner every day, plus brunch on the weekends.

  • Locanda Vini e Olii

    Transport yourself to Tuscany with a meal at Locanda Vini e Olii, which is housed in a converted old pharmacy and excels in rustic pastas, Negronis, and one of the city’s sneaky best steaks.

  • The Finch

    This Michelin-starred stunner serves inventive, seasonal plates from chef Gabe McMackin. Because it’s Brooklyn, The Finch keeps it casual. Perfect for when your Manhattan friends come to visit.

  • Fancy Nancy

    The neighborhood’s best burger can be found at Fancy Nancy. Other hits include deviled eggs and double-cooked duck wings at this cozy and friendly eatery.

  • Hart’s

    Every night—and every weekend brunch—the menu at this tiny restaurant changes, but you’ll always find their stellar lamb burger and saucy clam toast, plus a bounty of Mediterranean flavors, lovely natural wines, and warm vibes.

  • Calaca

    Come for the tacos and tostadas, stay for one more mezcalita. Calaca dishes excellent Mexican fare and delicious cocktails.

  • The Fly

    Rotisserie chicken is what The Fly is known for, and with a side of the restaurant’s signature white sauce, you can’t go wrong. Add to that a concise menu of sides, plus a solid wine list and affordable drinks, and you have a neighborhood staple.

  • Mekelburg’s

    A gourmet grocery with a cheese counter, the world’s best babka, and a beer bar-meets-sandwich shop in the back.

  • The Food Emporium

    All of your basic food shopping can be done here, from produce to dairy, meat, pantry staples, and snacks.

  • Greene Hill Food Co-Op

    Clinton Hill’s answer to the Park Slope Food Co-Op is smaller but still mighty. Members work shifts and get rewarded in groceries at this not-for-profit cooperative.

  • Atlas Wine Merchants

    Atlas features all-natural wines from all across the globe. Ask the super-friendly staff for a recommendation and show up for wine tastings on Friday evenings.

  • Bondi Wine & Spirits

    A bent towards Australia defines this wine and liquor shop, so look for labels from Adelaide and Victoria alongside spirits from local distillers.

  • Bouchon

    Organic, biodynamic, and other natural farming practices are emphasized in Bouchon’s selection, which features both New and Old World wines, with attention on France and Italy.

A myriad of coffee shops, restaurants, and other community fixtures line the mostly residential streets.