Most of Kensington and Parkville’s restaurants locate themselves along Church Avenue, the area’s main artery. Here you find Mexican, American, Thai and Middle Eastern food as well as diner fare and more.
Brooklyn Comfort brings healthy comfort food to Kensington and Parkville. With a menu that includes yummy chicken salad wraps, baked mac and cheese, and Turkish lo mein noodles, customers experience a truly multicultural mash-up of cuisines. Locals give their kudos to this place for its eclectic drinks menu, which includes GuS sodas and coconut water among other choices.
The area’s go-to spot for spicy Asian food, To B Thai, serves super cheap lunch specials of fragrant ginger delight or chili basil with your choice of protein. You can also spring for one of the wide variety of appetizers, salads, soups, fried rice or main dishes. Local vegetarians love that they can substitute mock duck or tofu for nearly any dish or just indulge in the fried curry puffs. Super fast friendly service, regardless of whether make a take-out order, have your food delivered or dine in, makes this a must-try in the area.
When the mood for Mexican strikes you, check out Tacos El Catrin, which serves a wide variety of tacos. Arabe, suaderno and chorizo con chicharron definitely don't appear on every menu. Locals also love its guacamole and enchiladas verdes. That they serve hearty breakfasts with warm tortillas makes them even more valuable as a solid neighborhood joint.
The nightlife in Kensington and Parkville can get busy on weekends, mostly around the bar scene. Hamilton’s provides food for dinner, lunch and brunch, but it also serves as a chill bar for wine, beer and cocktails. The spot creates a great spot for a date or hanging with pals.
Other choices include Denny’s Steak Pub for meat, drinks and sports, and The Adirondack in neighboring Windsor Terrace
for tons of beers on tap in a relaxed atmosphere. The Church Café Wine Bar provides customers with sophisticated small plates and wine tastings.
For live music, nearby Flatbush
has Sycamore, a combination florist and live music venue, which hosts bands and DJs on most nights. Club Xstasy in Sunset Park
has dancing and stiff drinks so that you can leave it all out on the dance floor.