More Chances to Catch Fergus Henderson This Fall; Hell’s Kitchen the New Thai Town?
Bushwick: A multipurpose café, performance space, and garden called Flushing Farms has opened at 970 Flushing Avenue near the Morgan stop on the L. There’s also a little beach on-site, too — just no water. [Bushwick BK]
Carroll Gardens: Bagels by the Park is only closed for vacation. They should reopen September 7. [Pardon Me for Asking]
Greenpoint: New bar Blackout at 916 Manhattan Avenue is bigger than it looks from the outside and has a back garden. [Greenpointers]
Hell’s Kitchen: The proliferation of budget Thai restaurants on Ninth Avenue has earned Hell’s Kitchen the nickname Thai Town. [Crain’s]
Park Slope: A wine tasting on September 11 at “Red White & Bubbly will be serving the public by pouring nine great New York State wines and sending the profits to the Park Slope Volunteer Ambulance Corps.” [Brooklyn Paper]
South Slope: Little Buddy Bakery opened a few weeks ago at 635 Fifth Avenue, near 18th Street. Owner Pete Solomita bakes cookies, scones, brownies, and cupcakes in small batches through the day. [Brownstoner]
West Village: In addition to his annual meat spectacle at the Spotted Pig on October 15, Fergus Henderson will host dinner at the Breslin on the 16th, and a “Hangover Brunch” on Saturday, Oct 17, also at the Ace Hotel. [Feedbag]