Whenever I’m in Park Slope or Prospect Heights, Franny’s is at the top of my list of dinner destinations. It’s a feel-good restaurant as it’s casual, and the quality of their Italian-influenced cuisine is always high and consistent. Though Franny’s is known for its pizzas, I’m actually a bigger fan of the constantly changing lineup of appetizers. Much of the menu is sourced locally, with suppliers listed on the back of the menu, while some the vegetables are grown on site*, and the meats are cured there as well.
On my visit, my companions had already ordered two with tomato and buffalo mozzarella, one of which with meatballs, so I knew I needed to branch out in terms of flavor profiles, but I wasn’t in the mood for my favorite
Correction: There are no vegetables grown on site. All vegetables are sourced locally.