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Five Spot

A 60-foot bar, hardwood floors and an intricately patterned tin ceiling decorate Five Spot’s dining room, while exposed brick, crushed red velvet and a wood-burning fireplace adorn the walls where co-owners Malik and Kim Armstead have been serving down-home cooking since 1996. Southern fried chicken and hickory-smoked spare ribs are just two of their popular dishes, and they’re now serving 100-percent pure beef and turkey burgers, as well as veggie burgers. Side dishes range from black-eyed peas and collard greens to macaroni and cheese and candied yams. Homemade cornbread is served with all dinner entrees.

For dessert, try Five Spot’s individual pecan pie or peach cobbler, or opt for the red velvet cake. In the evenings, live music or DJs perform on stage. (Check the Brooklyn Nightlife listings for upcoming performers.) Open daily for lunch and dinner. Open for takeout from noon to midnight.

Where: 459-461 Myrtle Ave. at Washington Avenue
Tel: (718) 852–0202
How much: Entrees: $6–$14.
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Features: Catering | Live Music | Bar | Cheap
Updated Jan. 25, 2012
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