When it comes to sustainable cuisine, Brooklyn is leading the pack. As seen at Social Fix’s (formerly Brooklyn Exposed) fourth annual Tasting Brooklyn, even restaurants in the borough are taking great strides in sourcing their ingredients locally. Over 30 restaurants and food purveyors gathered Tuesday, April 29 to celebrate the culinary scene. Among the highlights of the evening included Hunter’s dish of Montauk fluke with homemade pickled peppers, locally grown celery and green onions as well as a rum cocktail from Williamburg distillery The Noble Experiment paired with lavender grown in the North Fork. Photos by Pia Sen.