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The Ditch Plains Drop-In is a Green-Roofed Restaurant Box at Brooklyn Bridge Park

by , 07/11/12
filed under: Architecture,Brooklyn,Food

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The Ditch Plains Drop-In is a nice departure from your standard in-park concessions in both the fare it offers as well as its aesthetic appeal. Its sloping profile is almost hill-like in its appearance, with a free-growing green roof that keeps the interior a lot cooler in the burning sun than a regular metal hot dog cart.

Visitors to Brooklyn Bridge Park won’t have to look very far to find the Drop-In, and can stop by for some refreshing lemonade, iced tea or if they’re feeling peckish, nosh on chef Marc Murphy’s irresistible lobster rolls, Vietnamese wraps or Ditch Dogs smothered in macaroni and cheese.

The Ditch Plains Drop-In usually opens around 11am, but check on their Facebook page daily to make sure they’re open before you go.

+ Ditch Plains Drop-In

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