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Brooklyn Kitchen Labs

  1. Neighborhood Watch
    Moldy Fig Jazz Bar Coming to Stanton Street; Grom ExpandsPlus: Lupa hosts sustainably themed lunch, and Kyochon reopens once again, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  2. Foodievents
    Celebrate Spring at the Brooklyn Star HootenannyThe food community helps Joaquin Baca reopen after a fire.
  3. Moving Day
    Brooklyn Kitchen Consolidates; Moving Sale Starts TodayThe remaining inventory will go to Brooklyn Kitchen Labs, a few blocks away.
  4. The Other Critics
    Three Votes for Maialino; César Ramirez Is ‘OutrageouslyPlus: Jay Cheshes on the Breslin, and Lila Byock on Fort Defiance, in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  5. Contests
    Tacos and Meatballs Get the Takedown TreatmentWith so many hipster cook-offs popping up, is a Takedown Takedown in order?
  6. Neighborhood Watch
    Celebrate Elvis With Free Fried Sandwiches; Kinski Hiring New ChefPlus: make chorizo at Brooklyn Kitchen Labs tonight, and attend an erotic reading series with free hot dogs, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  7. Openings
    First Look at Brooklyn Kitchen Labs and the Meat Hook, Selling Turkeys andSee a slideshow of the 7,000-square-foot space.
  8. Neighborhood Watch
    Meat Hook Opens Next Month; Park Slope Food Coop WoesPlus: a Martha Stewart book signing, and a Dominican hamburger truck, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  9. Foodievents
    Tom Mylan’s Wedding Was the Most Hipstavore Thing EverThe guest list and menu read like a who’s who of Brooklyn cuisine.
  10. Foodievents
    Tom Mylan Is Now Married, But Continues to Be His Big, Bad, Sexy SelfThe latest sexy butcher sightings.
  11. Fall Preview
    ‘Food Dork Megaplex’ Coming to North WilliamsburgMarlow & Daughters expats pair with the Brooklyn Kitchen on a cooking school for home cooks.
  12. Foodievents
    The Evolution of the American KitchenHow we got from the open hearth to the Cuisinart.
  13. Neighborhood Watch
    Chumley’s Will Be Back to Its Old Tricks in the West VillageCobble Hill: Employees at the Key Foods deli counter apparently don’t give a damn if you want your Sausalito turkey sliced thin, or they don’t know how to recalibrate the machine. [Clean Plate Club via Brooklyn Record] East Village: Sex in the bathroom of Angels & Kings predicted to be less “grotty” than it was at CBGB’s, further lessening the spot’s rocker cred. [Gawker] Midtown West: The Japanese chain Go-Go Curry, which translates 5-5 Curry, will open at 273 West 38th Street on May 5, unless straining to create quirks that involve the number five delay opening. [NYS] Soho: Wash your hands and more next to your date in the FR.OG restrooms. [Restaurant Girl] Tribeca: A divorce is behind the name change of Sosa Borella to Estancia 460. [NYT] West Village: A former Bungalow 8 bouncer will open a Cuban social club in the former Salon space (with help from Giuseppe Cipriani) that’s supposed have a neighborhood feel. [Eater] Chumley’s plans to reopen June 1, after a partial wall collapse threatened to shutter the historical watering hole permanently. [NYT] Williamsburg: Bling Kong bandmates Liz “Shredder” Schroeter and Scott “Steakbomb” Gold will demonstrate their recipes featured in the rock-star cookbook at the Brooklyn Kitchen tonight. [Brooklyn Record]
  14. Neighborhood Watch
    Tribeca’s 66 Turning Japanese in MayBedford-Stuyvesant: The list of what to drink at Thursday’s Wine & Cocktail Tasting fund-raiser includes Cockspur Rum and Beam Wines. [Bed-Stuy Gateway] Chelsea: The Frying Pan, the vessel recovered from the bottom of the ocean and turned into a bar in the eighties, has moved over a couple of piers and requires some work. [NewYorkology] Chinatown: Highgate Holdings will transform the Baxter Street Holiday Inn into a boutique hotel with a “hip” restaurant possibly from Tao’s Marc Packer or Richard Wolf of Stanton Social. [NYP] East Village: The new Cooper Square hotel may get an outlet of L.A.’s Table 8. [Down by the Hipster] Harlem: Arlene Weston’s Southern-Jamaican Maroon’s is expanding uptown to West 145th Street and may be open by June. [Uptown Flavor] Tribeca: 66 will be turning Japanese in May. [Eater] Williamsburg: The Brooklyn Kitchen will host a cupcake cook-off tomorrow at 6:30 p.m.; you may get handouts if bakers decide to bring more than the required six contenders. [Gothamist]