You can find food from just about any part of the world in New York City.
The Brooklyn Brewery is trying to push New Yorkers' palates even further by going back in time.
This week, it hosted a dinner party inspired by the local cuisine of Dutch settlers and Native Americans in the 1650s.
Back when New York wasn't even New York yet, and before the English took over in 1664, the Dutch called the city New Amsterdam.
"New Amsterdam tastes like salt pork," said head chef Andrew Gerson. "It tastes like venison. It tastes like fried dough; tastes like back fat."