Root Hill Cafe, one of our favorite places for a muffin (and more) on 4th Avenue, closed yesterday afternoon, and it’s unclear when, or if, they will reopen. Maria Bowen, who runs the space with Michelle Giancola, confirmed that they’ll be closing for a bit, and says she will update us when there’s any info to
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Some harsh graders have been frequenting the Root Hill Café bathroom. Captured a Park Slope moment on camera? Send it to email@example.com, add it to the Park Slope Stoop Flickr group, or tag it #parkslope on Instagram, and we’ll post it on the blog. Be sure to follow us on Twitter, like us on Facebook, and subscribe to our daily newsletter!
This morning’s floods on 4th Avenue have drained, and the streets are so clear that it’s almost difficult to believe that parked cars were floating in feet of water just hours earlier. But inside the shops and restaurants lining the avenue, the effects are still being felt. It’s a problem with which local business owners
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Root Hill Cafe, where do I begin? With your steel-cut oat muffin? Yes. That is exactly where I will begin. It’s where I begin whenever I stop by, ever since one of your lovely baristas suggested it at my first visit. And oh boy. That muffin is some serious business. A little crisp on the outside,
Urban planner Preeti doesn’t live in the neighborhood, but she brings style to our streets during the workweek. We caught her at Root Hill Cafe, keeping warm and looking fly.
We know that you’ve all been on the edge of your seats, waiting for Part 2 of our energizing round up of coffeehouses in the Slope. A lot of walking was required, a great deal of coffee was consumed, and a slight twitch was developed from too much caffeine. But here it is, Park Slope–the
It’s Christmas Eve Day and the neighborhood is still bustling. If you need to pick up a last-minute gift, grab the dessert for your dinner party, or if you’re just looking for a cup of coffee to get you through the day, no worries. Here are some local spots that are up and running. Food