The owners want their new café to appeal to every one of their neighbors — morning commuters, discriminating diners, picnic-packers, parents, toddlers, laptop-toting freelancers, and all.
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Stop by the Poppy's pop-up in Cobble Hill tomorrow.
It morphed from sandwich shop to full-service restaurant earlier this year.
We don't need another J.Crew, they say.
They have really good deals on coconut water, too.
Someone has a penchant for crime, and possibly sweets, in Cobble Hill.
Brooklyn's beloved Middle Eastern grocer will add 1,500 square feet.
Petty crime is rampant in the grocery store's aisles.
Classic treats abound, and there's even a table for Brooklyn-made sweets.
The owners of Txikito and El Quinto Pino are expanding to Brooklyn.
Its trademark burger — Cheddar cheese and horseradish-chive aïoli on a Portuguese muffin — has already racked up accolades in the borough.
The place will serve Pizza-lardo pizza and New York State beers starting January 18.
Southern foods to take out or eat in.
They could be serving latkes by Hanukkah.
Co-chefs and co-owners Joseph Ogrodnek and Walker Stern come from Anella and the Vanderbilt, respectively.
For those couples constantly fighting over whether to have Mexican or French.
The Brooklyn falafel joint is closed, owing to a grill problem.