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From the couple behind the Good Fork.
Wash down all that beer with chicken biscuits and braised bratwurst.
The famed restaurant is serving "dirty queso" and fajitas at a weekend pop-up — oh, and also pizza, of course.
Roberta's, Battersby, and Franny's will all pop up at the Gowanus beer hall.
There was an hour-long wait on opening day.
"We're aiming for that cushy grandma vibe."
It's even going to serve macaroni-and-cheese dumplings.
Brian Smith opened a massive new shop, released a cookbook, and began making inroads into becoming a major national player.
It's 8,000 square feet!
Chocolate cones, salted-crack caramel, and warm sundaes.
Over in Brooklyn, the Gowanus store got its application shot down.
Owners Emily and Melissa Elsen plan to open a 3,000-square-foot mixed use facility in August.
The Third Avenue sidewalk isn't safe, they say.
Get your biscuits ready and break out your tangs!
The three-year-old Prospect Heights shop opens a second location.
Get your visors and your orthopedic shoes on.
When two giant grocery stores open at the same time, the only thing to do is decide which one is best.
"I'm going to put his cocoa in my beer, then he's going to use my beer in his chocolate."
The chef says he's looking to open a new restaurant.