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Blue Ribbon opened a branch of their acclaimed Manhattan eateries in Park Slope on June 6.

The newest jewel in the Blue Ribbon crown of brothers Eric and Bruce Bromberg is their fourth - joining the original Blue Ribbon, Blue Ribbon Sushi and Blue Ribbon Bakery. Pictured here are chef-owner Bruce Bromberg and maitre’ d and partner Sean Sant Amour.

The original Blue Ribbon in SoHo has a reputation as the late-night place chefs go to eat when they get off work.

Like its cousins, the Brooklyn Blue Ribbon will open at 6 pm and stay open until 2 am weekdays and 4 am weekends, featuring wines from around the world and an array of choices at their extensive raw bar.

The eclectic menu offers a vast array of choices, from matzo ball soup ($6), escargot bourguignon ($9) and sweet soppressata ($5.50) for appetizers, to pigeon with toasted barley and sweet potato ($24) and lobster with corn on the cob ($22.50) for entrees.

Blue Ribbon is located at 280 Fifth Ave. at Garfield Place in Park Slope. Blue Ribbon accepts all major credit cards and is open for dinner only. Closed Mondays. For more information, call (718) 840-0404.

Updated 4:00 pm, November 10, 2010
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