Stinky Bklyn Triples in Size, Adds ‘Hand-Carved Ham Bar’ and More

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The folks at Stinky Bklyn write in to say that today they moved to a space three times the size of the original, which opened at 261 Smith Street in 2006. The new store, over at 215 Smith Street (between Butler and Baltic), boasts a coffee bar serving Brooklyn Roasting Co., a newsstand, and more goods from purveyors near and far (the cocktail section, for instance, features an array of syrups, mixers, and of course those ever-trendy bitters). Plus, in addition to the usual variety of cheeses, there’s now a meat case featuring Dixon Farms sausage, chicken, lamb; a “hand-carved ham bar” with rotating offerings from Spain (Navidul), Tennessee (Bentons), Kentucky (Boradbent), and of course Brooklyn (Chestnut); and charcuterie from places like Brooklyn Cured and Dickson’s. Oh, and there’s now fresh pasta and an expanded line of daily specials (mac and cheese, chicken pot pie, Panini, etc.).