At Bay Ridge’s Brooklyn Beet Company, vegetables from the restaurant’s rooftop garden are a refreshing reminder that farm-to-table menus can work masterfully in New York when done right. Homegrown herbs, heirloom tomatoes, Hungarian banana peppers, and other veggies find their way into dishes like apple raisin potato latkes and the Wunderwurst, a sampler of cured sausages with organic ale mustard and freshly-grated horseradish. It’s the place you might go to gaze lovingly at your date across a tiny table while you both try to forget the image of sinking your teeth into that large hunk of burger meat. Of course, Brooklyn Beet’s gem is its Korzo burger, which deserves a pat on its deep-fried lángos-coated back for all the accolades it’s received. Finally, if it’s ketchup you’re craving, make sure to slather the crowd-favorite homemade beet iteration onto any and all of your dishes; you won’t find any of that fake stuff here.