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Are you kidding? Park Slope and Prospect Heights have no budget eating for travelers? Clearly you don't live here, as there are many budget options enjoyed by visitors as well as residents —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 165.155.192.95 (talkcontribs)

If there are problems with the article please fix them. -- Ryan • (talk) • 10:55, 20 April 2010 (EDT)

I can't speak for Prospect Heights, but Park Slope has relatively little that would not be considered "splurge" by Wikitravel standards (and yes, I do live there). Rastapopulous 14:14, 20 April 2010 (EDT)

Cafe Steinhof certainly isn't a splurge, right? What are Wikitravel standards for "splurge" in Park Slope, anyway? Remember, we're not working on an absolute scale. It might be reasonable to consider under $25 "Budget" in Park Slope. Ikan Kekek 05:24, 21 April 2010 (EDT)

IMO, this is another example of individual districts needing their own price range tables. It has been the Wikitiravel standard in the past to have one price range table (be it eat or sleep) per huge city. That is wrong I think. This issue also came up when districting London. Budget in Mayfair will bear no resemblance to budget in Northeast London, but we are expected to use one city price range table for all districts. --Burmesedays 05:37, 21 April 2010 (EDT)
Cafe Steinhof? Where's that? It's not in the article. Rastapopulous 12:51, 21 April 2010 (EDT)
See http://www.cafesteinhof.com/ I will post an entry soon, if no-one beats me to it. Ikan Kekek 01:54, 25 April 2010 (EDT)
By the way, I'm almost positive that Manhattan's Chinatown has its own, lower price range than other district articles for New York City. Check out the discussion on its talk page. Ikan Kekek 02:06, 25 April 2010 (EDT)

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