Browsing: Fornino

Business Grand Central Oyster Bar plans

The soon-to-open Grand Central Oyster Bar Brooklyn, which is taking over the giant old Fornino space at 254-256 5th Avenue, recently installed some construction fencing on the sidewalk, as this photo from All About Fifth shows. They keep noting they expect to open “later this year” and “late fall” in places, so be on the
News Fornino, For Rent

Everyone take a deep breath: it seems Fifth Avenue will not be getting a brand new McDonald’s. Though there was fretting that a big chain would take over the former Fornino spot at 265 5th Avenue after actress and neighbor Debi Mazar turned it down, Gothamist now reports rumors of different– and much more exciting– plans: Grand Central
Business fornino auction pots

To anyone who was holding out hope that Fornino would open its doors again, I’m sorry to have to tell you this: it’s time to let go. The upscale pizzeria, which closed suddenly mid-February, was auctioned off on Sunday, and everything from the salt shakers to the sinks was up for grabs. (Much to the
Business shake shack via fb

It’s happening! It’s really happening! Shake Shack announced today that it’s second Brooklyn location will be at 170 Flatbush Avenue, right at 5th Avenue and across from Barclays. From the press release: “Our second Brooklyn location will be directly across from the Barclays Center and plant us firmly within walking distance of several neighborhoods from Park
Food & Drink strawberry heart via Gravity Centre

Park Slope is a romantic town. With restaurants nestled amidst old brownstones on tree-lined blocks, our neighborhood is the perfect setting for an intimate dinner and moonlit stroll. Lucky for us hopeless romantics, we won’t have to roam far on Valentine’s Day; from Latin fusion to upscale seasonal American fare, Park Slope offers a special dining