One in Greenpoint and another at ICP on the Bowery.
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It's an all-day restaurant, complete with a takeout window.
With fish tacos, pork fries, and rum punch.
The menu includes matzo-ball soup, fried chicken, and uni spaghetti.
Frankel's Delicatessen & Appetizing opens in Greenpoint this Saturday.
A new study compared the language of users in Bed-Stuy and Greenpoint with discouraging results.
Andrew Tarlow and chef Lee Desrosiers have overhauled the spot's food, offering à la carte options and even multicourse tasting menus.
"If you ever come across a bottle of Virgil’s Special Edition Bavarian Nutmeg Root Beer, buy it and hoard it."
The animal turned out to be a stellar patron.
It quietly opened on Norman Avenue this fall.
Tacos, curry mussels, and, duh, lobster rolls.
It'll likely reopen nearby, but possibly not in Greenpoint.
The lease says it can't "operate as a gay or lesbian bar and/or restaurant."
Let's hope this doesn't open the floodgates of caffeinated-drink price-gouging.
"Come March, I'm a free woman!"
Street-food traditions of China and Mexico have more in common than you may think, they say.
A look at the latest dining fad.
Michael Ayoub is opening on Manhattan Avenue.
See the new chef's dishes and the spiffed-up space.