KitchenBar - For the adventurous, a meal or drink at KitchenBar is a fine reason to expand your navigational reach deeper into Brooklyn, just south of Park Slope and Prospect Avenue. (Don’t buy the “South Park Slope” hype, it’s a 10-minute walk from the F train). Put aside your misgivings about exploring outer-borough frontiers to enjoy an Italian-flavored menu filled with traditional favorites, daily happy hours from 4p-7p, live jazz and bluegrass three days of the week, and friendly, casual service. And in case you’re wondering, the art on the walls is for sale, with 15% of sales going to Free Arts New York City. This is one of the nicest, coziest slightly-out-of-the-way bohemian joints you’ll find outside city limits.