Daily Archives: January 23, 2013

Photos konditori chalkboard via k8lovejoy

Photo via k8lovejoy Captured a Park Slope moment on camera? Send it to editor@parkslopestoop.com, add it to the Park Slope Stoop Flickr group, or tag it #parkslope on Instagram, and we’ll post it on the blog.
Events australian flag via ed 37

Australia Day is this Saturday, January 26, so let’s deal with the cold by pretending we’re in a much warmer place. Where better to do that than Sheep Station? The Australian bar and restaurant will be celebrating with a day-long affair, with food specials including braised lamb shank, sausage rolls, and Lamingtons (traditional chocolate and
Food & Drink duke of montrose via fb

High-end Scottish whisky pub Duke of Montrose is looking to open its doors mid-February, according to co-owner Michael Ferrie. The sister bar to the Upper East Side’s Caledonia was originally slated for a January opening but, as Michael tells us, “These things always seem to take longer than you expect.” No matter. We’ll happily wait a
Art & Music robert lopez via jeff marx

The Observer recently reported that filmmaker Rory Kennedy has officially sold her family’s “blandly beautiful” townhouse to “musical powerhouse couple” Robert Lopez (pictured above, on right) and Kristen Anderson-Lopez. The home, located at 33 Montgomery Place, sold for $3.45 million, which is a decent jump from the $1.5 million it cost in 2004. And though we’re sad to see
Food & Drink sun in bloom pancakes via fb

Sensitive to gluten? Enjoying dessert, a sandwich, or slice of pizza is not impossible and can actually be delicious thanks to some wonderful neighborhood restaurants and businesses that don’t mind “holding the gluten.” For people who suffer from a gluten allergy or celiac disease, gluten intake can lead to severe weight loss, iron deficiency, malnutrition
Art & Music father goose inc via hip tot

Parents, mark your calendars! The Hip Tot Music Fest is back on Sunday, February 10 at 12:30pm at Littlefield with a performance by Grammy winner Father Goose. The former DJ brought his talents to the children’s entertainment world twelve years ago, and now his reggae-inspired and energetic sound keeps the kids dancing. Get to Littlefield early to catch all of the pre-show