120508zag.jpgBrooklyn gets its new burgundy bible today as Zagat releases its 2009 guide to the borough. Prospect Heights' Garden Café was ranked No.1 for both food and service, and DUMBO's River Café, where the trees suffered so much this summer, was named No. 1 for decor. Meanwhile Il Passatore, the rustic Italian place in Williamsburg, rose to the top of the best new restaurant category. Carroll Gardens' Black Mountain was deemed the No. 1 Wine Bar, and Stonehome in Fort Greene ranked best in the nightlife category for its romantic ambiance, big wine selection and tasty vittles. All in all, the exhaustive guide covers 241 of Brooklyn’s finest restaurants, 144 nightspots, 367 shops, and 231 gourmet stores and attractions, like the Central Library in Prospect Heights, which has 1.5 million volumes spanning 64 languages, a newish outdoor plaza and, let's not forget, free admission.