Browsing: Food & Drink

Food & Drink Teaus rose milk tea bottle
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The first thing you’ll realize at Teaus, the teahouse that just opened at 86 5th Avenue, is that you’re not dealing with just a simple bag of tea leaves and hot water. Depending on what you order, it’s so much more than that. Though there are straightforward options like that on the menu, what you’re
Business Photo via Baba's Pierogies
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If you’re a fan of the wonderful Eastern European dumplings know as pierogies, you’re going to be excited about a new restaurant coming to 295 3rd Avenue, between 1st and Carroll Streets. The awning for Baba’s Pierogies went up recently above the storefront, which has been vacant for some time. Their Facebook page notes their
Business Pitas & Sticks inside
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Pitas & Sticks, located in the former Atomic Wings space at 321 9th Street (between 5th and 6th Avenues), officially opened their doors to the public on September 5, and employees tell us that business over the last few days has been hopping. The interior is nice and crisp, with an industrial mix of metal, brick,
Business Coming Soon: Pitas & Sticks
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If you’ve had a hankering for some Greek cuisine, we bring good news from 9th Street. Pitas & Sticks owner John Stamos tells us that the new restaurant, taking over the Atomic Wings space at 321 9th Street (between 5th and 6th Avenues), is scheduled to open sometime this week. The menu, which you can find here, promises everything from
Business Russo's on 5th via Twitter
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Russo’s, the Italian specialties shop with a location on 7th Avenue in South Slope and another in the East Village, celebrated the grand opening of its newest spot on 5th Avenue this past Friday. They’ve taken over 312 5th Avenue, between 2nd and 3rd Streets, a space that was formerly occupied by another Italian deli,
Business JuiceLand
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Calling all juice fans! Austin-based JuiceLand recently opened their first Brooklyn store in the former We Buy Gold space on 9th Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues. The bright space is small, with only a few seating options near the back wall, so don’t plan on hanging around for a leisurely morning at the juice bar. The selection is
Food & Drink Bella Gioia heirloom tomato salad
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If you’re looking for a way to savor the last days of summer in a few bites, you should head down to 4th Avenue’s Sicilian restaurant, Bella Gioia, and order yourself the heirloom tomato salad. Opened in April, the restaurant serves up chef and owner Nico Daniele’s updated version of his Italian family’s specialties, hoping to “bring Sicily
Events Gulten Free Takedown
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Calling all chefs! It’s time to test your cooking chops when you leave out the gluten. The first ever Gluten-Free Takedown is coming up on Sunday, August 24 from 2-4pm at The Bell House (149 7th Street), and they’re looking for a few good home cooks to participate. Anyone who enters a gluten-free dish will be
Food & Drink Dive In Gowanus via Gowanus Canal Conservancy
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This Friday, August 15, you can eat something delicious and know that you’re helping the Gowanus Canal. The Gowanus Canal Conservancy has teamed up with several restaurants for the second annual Dive In Gowanus, an event that aims to celebrate those restaurants and bring in some environmental and community initiatives to the area. A portion of the evening’s proceeds will
Business Shake Shack burger
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After about a year and a half since the announcement that Shake Shack would be opening on Flatbush Avenue, the space finally welcomed neighbors hungry for burgers and frozen custards on Sunday. In addition to the regular menu options that you’ll find in its locations from Madison Square Park to Russia, they’ve got some Brooklyn
Food & Drink Cemita's at Whole Foods
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The new home for Cemita’s Mexican Sandwiches & Tacos is now open in the prepared foods department of the Gowanus Whole Foods, but if you’re hoping to eat a lot of their sandwiches and tacos close to home, you’d better get down there soon, since they’ll only be in the space for three months. Founder Danny Lyu (pictured above on the
Food & Drink Littleneck dinner table
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It’s been almost three years since Littleneck helped change the way we think about seafood and the Gowanus Canal. And the cozy restaurant, located at 288 3rd Avenue, just a block away from the toxic Superfund waters, is still serving up some of the best fishy dishes in the neighborhood — which are worth a
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