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Bar Camillo Is a New Destination for Negronis and Pinsa
The latest restaurant from the Locanda Vini e Olii team has 9 different takes on the classic cocktail alongside a homey Rome-inspired menu.
Affordable, Asian-Carribean Food and Colorful Cocktails Come to Bed-Stuy
Locals will find oxtail dumplings, curry-crab rangoons, and plenty of rum at Sally’s, the newest project from the Sally Roots team.
A Spot for Thoughtful, Affordable Mexican Food Arrives in Bed-Stuy
Houston native Natalie Hernandez is bringing the Mexico of her childhood to Boca Santa.
The Hart’s Team’s Latest Spot Is All About Roast Chicken and Natural Wine
The Fly opens in Bed-Stuy next week.
The Absolute Best Bar in Bed-Stuy
From an eclectic jazz haunt to a classic dive.
Hart’s, Now Open in Bed-Stuy, Specializes in Simple, Stylish Mediterranean Food
If you love Wildair, you’ll want to dine here.
How Race Can Influence Yelp Reviews
A new study compared the language of users in Bed-Stuy and Greenpoint with discouraging results.
Fancy Nancy, From Two Northern Spy Food Co. Alumni, Is Bed-Stuy’s Newest
The menu is playful: tater tots, a smoked bluefish party dip, and cocktails named after movie sequels.
Justin Warner on His Restaurant’s Closure and the Allure of Celebrity
“The easiest way to get a target on your back is to be a pioneer in anything.”
Do or Dine Is Done
The Brooklyn restaurant, co-owned by ‘Food Network Star’ winner Justin Warner, is “closed for the foreseeable future.”
Landlord Shutters Candy Shop With the Owner’s Cat Still Inside
And now poor Sheshe has been locked in Jimmy’s Candy Store for over a month.
A Dive Bar-Taco Truck Hybrid Opens in Brooklyn
Michael Cera is one of the owners.
The Pines’ Sister Restaurant, Willow, Opens Tonight in Bed-Stuy
With boar belly and chicken-liver cannoli.
Classic French Cuisine in Bed-Stuy
The sister restaurant to Le Philosophe is now open in Bedford-Stuyvesant.
Quote of The Day
Anthony Mackie Knows Real New Orleans Food When He Eats It
He also knows how to make a mean milk punch.
Anthony Mackie Opening Second NoBar in Williamsburg
“We’re going to have great étouffée and, literally, the best gumbo in the state of New York, hands down.”
Gramercy Tavern Alum Opening Bed-Stuy Culinary Event Space and ‘Private
Think ticketed chef dinners, cooking classes, and more.
Sneak Peek at Frozen Social, Bringing Sweet Treats to Bed-Stuy
The ice-cream shop debuts for a preview tomorrow.
David’s Brisket House Is Closed, But Maybe Not for Good
Nostrand Avenue’s House of B may be back soon, or at least we can hope.
Do or Dine Does All-Day Brunch, Beginning This Sunday
Yes, the foie-gras doughnuts will be available.
Recent Robberies Could Force Bed-Stuy’s Ms. Dahlia’s Cafe to Close
Recent robberies and boozy brunches next door are pricing the tiny and popular café out of the neighborhood.
Anthony Mackie Will Personally Serve You a Drink at His New Bar, Opening This
It sounds like his Bed-Stuy bar won’t be your typical celebrity-owned hotspot.
‘Nippon Nachos’ in Bed-Stuy
An “American izakaya” comes to the neighborhood.
A Beer Tasting at the Union Square Greenmarket; Sangria Sundays at Anfora
Plus: Mystique’s mysterious facade revealed in the Lower East Side, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
New Age Papaya
The city’s latest Papaya joint has a healthy focus.
Terroir, Hearth, and Mehtaphor Help Japan; Full Moon Turns Japanese in Boerum
Plus: Jeffrey’s reopens, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
What to Eat
Mac and Cheese, Please: From Low-End to Luxe
What do you get for $3 and what do you get for $13?
Brooklyn Star Opens March 9, Reveals Menu; Melo Madness Hits Chelsea and Midtown
Plus: free ice-cream sandwiches, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.