"They reduce water velocity, they reduce erosion of the shoreline and they reduce the height and intensity of the waves."
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They're "exploring ways that that can be done."
Robert LaValva says City Councilmember Margaret Chin "betrayed the community."
That's a lot of burgers.
The Kiwi kebabs are coming back next.
Sunny's reopened on Balzano's 78th birthday this year.
A neighborhood-by-neighborhood look at how restaurants have fared in the 365 days since the storm.
The Seaport restaurant is back.
Plus: the restaurant industry one year post-Sandy, and more, in today's Leftovers.
Approximately 50 businesses have been wiped out completely.
A broken water main took down two ambitious restaurants at once, but other things made it much, much worse.
The restaurant has not yet set a reopening date.
The restaurant had to replace all of its equipment and electrical wiring.
Hurricane Sandy may have delayed things, but the well-loved Carroll Gardens food shop's second act is open for business.