Tonight’s adventure has lead Sam and Tee into the Borough of Brooklyn. When you think of Brooklyn I don’t know how you really sum it up in a few words, Historical, Diverse, Vibrant, Exciting! A true melting pot of ethnicity which is reflected by the people and the neighborhoods. One such neighborhood is Williamsburg. Just east of Manhattan with a connecting bridge (The Williamsburg Bridge). Sitting along the water bordered by Bedford-Stuyvesant, Greenpoint, and Bushwick. Charles Pfizer founded Pfizer Pharmecuticals in Williamsburg. Wealthy New Yorkers Cornelius Vanderbilt and Jubilee Jim Fisk built shore side mansions here. Charles Pratt founded the renowned art college the Pratt Institute. Williamsburg was once or still home to other notable residents such as Barbara Streisand, Gene Simmons, Zoe Kravitz, and Barry Manilow. So it’s easy to see this jewel of industry, art and music also flaunts great eateries. On this stormy spring night we stumbled into Cafe Mogador. A sweet neighbourly open dining room restaurant which serves freshly cooked Moroccan and Mediterranean cuisine until 2 am. No real wait time we sat and chatted while soaking up the scene. Tee and I joked that we didn’t know what direction the decor was going but overall a beautiful space. I ordered the Pan Roasted Organic Chicken with Jerusalem artichoke puree and sauteed French beans. Simply outstanding mouth watering dish, no complaints and no doggy bag! Tee went with the Crispy Skin Salmon with sauteed Sorrel, Cauliflower puree and Parsnip chips. Hands down one of the best meals ever, loved it loved it loved it. She thought Cafe Mogador had 5 star written all over it if it wasn’t for the nasty attitude waitress who had her head on Ass!!! backwards. Sad that the service from the waitress didn’t match the flavorful cuisine. However one bad apple won’t spoil the bunch. We did get a visit from the chef who was a doll. Hopefully your experience is contrasting with the wait staff because we are sure you will love the food.