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Business Now Open: HIIT BK, 265 Flatbush Ave
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Flatbush Avenue is quickly becoming one of the best places to get a workout. HIIT BK recently opened at 264 Flatbush Ave, between St Marks and Prospect, joining the new cycling and fitness space BYKlyn, which is just a few doors down. HIIT stands for high intensity interval training, which can be a fun and
Business Coming Soon: Bloomie Nail Salon, 435 5th Ave
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In November of last year, an awning went up above 435 5th Avenue, between 8th and 9th Streets, for a cemiteria, allowing us to imagine Mexican sandwiches on fresh-baked bread that were soon to come. But by January, there didn’t seem to be any action inside, and a “for rent” sign went up on the new
Business 2 Duck Goose via FB
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As development continues to add height to buildings along 4th Avenue, it has also been adding some new interest for restaurants to the busy stretch of road, attracting businesses that didn’t use to mingle between the repair shops and car washes. And the newest venture hitting the street may be one of the most exciting
Business Slope Drugs & Surgical Supply
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The transformation of the 5th Avenue bar Jackie’s 5th Amendment into an expanded section of the neighboring pharmacy is complete, and you can now purchase greeting cards and pick up penicillin where you could previously while away your night with a bucket of High Life. Slope Drugs & Surgical Supply has opened the expanded version
Business El Pollito Mexicano expansion
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El Pollito Mexicano, the restaurant at 119 5th Avenue, on the corner of Sterling, that’s been serving up guacamole and margaritas by the pitcher since 2009, has expanded into the adjacent space next door on Sterling. The restaurant, which always seems to draw a crowd to its sidewalk seating, adds about 30 seats with this
Business inside Ocean Fish Market
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Fifth Avenue is getting more and more fishy — first Grand Central Oyster Bar Brooklyn, then word of Luke’s Lobster coming soon, and now Ocean Fish Market has made its move from 7th Avenue to the former Park Slope Veterinary Care space at 413 5th Avenue. They opened last week, relocating from their former space on
Business Community Bookstore
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Community Bookstore has been a fixture on 7th Avenue in Park Slope since 1971, and in 2011, the store was purchased by Stephanie Valdez and Ezra Goldstein. In the three years since they took over, Valdez and Goldstein have completely revamped their book selection, helped to organize readings and local events, and installed new wood
Business Coming Soon: JuiceLand, 337 9th Street
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A Texas-based juice bar will soon be setting up shop in the former We Buy Gold space on 9th Street. The cash for gold storefront, which had a sign neighbors loved to hate, closed last month, and it looks like it won’t stay empty for too long. Tipster J points us to a help wanted
Business Ample Hills Gowanus, 305 Nevins Street at Union
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The new, giant outpost of the Prospect Heights ice cream shop Ample Hills officially opened today at 305 Nevins Street, on the corner of Union, and on a hot July day like today, it’s a can’t-miss for ice cream fans. The advantage to this space is certainly its 3,600-square-foot size, which allows them to manufacture on site. It’s
Business Coming Soon: Rare Earth, 440 Bergen
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After much speculation about what might take over the former Melt space at 440 Bergen Street, which closed in the fall of last year for renovations (according to signs in the window) which immediately followed a failed health inspection, we’ve finally gotten a glimpse of the restaurant that may be opening as early as this week,
Business Coming Soon: Brooklyn Smoke Shop, 198 Flatbush Ave
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Flatbush Avenue is about to get a new place to buy smokes. A sign posted in the papered-over windows of 198 Flatbush Avenue (between Dean and Bergen), which was most recently home to Je T’aime Shoes, says that “Brooklyn Smoke Shop Powered by Cigar Warehouse” is coming soon. The shop will be just a few
Business Record & Tape Center
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You’ve only got a few weeks left to pick up some tunes from the Fifth Avenue Record and Tape Center, which is set to close once its lease expires in August. Owner Tony Mignone, 77, who opened the shop in 1972, has decided to call it quits after decades in the business. As he explained
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