Hispanics Bringing Good Food to the Hamptons; Ditmas Park Getting a New Bar and Florist in One


Ditmas Park: Next month, Farm on Adderley owners Allison and Gary Jonas are opening a bar hybrid where you can buy flowers by day and drink amidst flower arrangements by night. Allergy sufferers will probably want to stick to the Farm. [Brownstoner]
Hamptons: In tomorrow’s Times: One great result of “the rising Hispanic population on the East End — great new Latin American restaurants.” So think twice before you cancel next year’s summer shares. [Diner’s Journal/NYT]
Prospect Heights: Lemony cocktails taste just right in summer, and Flatbush Farm’s bartender makes a mean one “mixed with lemon rind–infused vodka, Prosecco and a hint of St-Germain, an elderflower-based liqueur.” [Mouthing Off/Food&Wine;]
Williamsburg: The space that housed the angry neighbor–addled Triple Crown lounge on Bedford Avenue will reopen as a much less controversial coffeehouse. [Eater]
West Village: Cafe Cluny has its own summer ice cream cart just like sister restaurant Odeon. [Grub Street] Related: Restaurant Ice Cream to Go