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(Crain’s) — In spring 2009, César Ramirez, a veteran of several Manhattan eateries, packed his things and crossed the river.  That’s how the 2011 Michelin Guide for New York describes the birth of Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare, the first Brooklyn restaurant to receive the guide’s coveted two-star rating. The honor makes the Boerum Hill location, where Mr. Ramirez is head chef, the city’s highest-rated eatery outside of Manhattan. “Most people who are really into food focus on Manhattan,” says Moe Issa, co-owner of the prix-fixe restaurant, which is situated above the Hoyt-Schermerhorn subway station.

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