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Downtown Brooklyn

  1. openings
    The Brooklyn Takeout Joint That Got Its Start on Thai Tinder“We’re just a little grenjai.”
  2. best of new york
    The Absolute Best Restaurants in Downtown BrooklynWhile the area may not yet have much of an identity beyond “new,” it does have some surprising, under-the-radar gems.
  3. Openings
    Ganso Yaki Specializes in Okonomiyaki, Chicken Wings, and More Japanese StreetIt’s now open in downtown Brooklyn.
  4. Rumors
    Ace Hotel Rumored for Downtown BrooklynThe site is close to the Barclays Center.
  5. Openings
    Hill Country Opens in Downtown BrooklynBring on the P-cheese sandwiches.
  6. Coming Soon
    Danny Meyer Opening Café in Downtown Brooklyn at Shakespeare TheaterIt’s not a Shake Shack!
  7. Coming Later
    News of Craft’s Brooklyn Expansion Has Been Greatly ExaggeratedDespite a real-estate rendering, one of ‘wichcraft’s partners says there’s no deal in place for a Brooklyn expansion.
  8. Closings
    DeKalb Market Will Go Out With a Pig RoastSunday is the last day of DeKalb.
  9. Openings
    What to Eat at Ganso, Serving Short-Rib Ramen and Japanese Fried Chicken inBrooklyn’s Bond Street has a new noodle shop.
  10. The End of the Borough As We Know It
    Jay-Z’s 40/40 Club Headed to BrooklynWe’re guessing this is one place that won’t serve artisanal pickles.
  11. Empire Building
    Jehangir Mehta Takes On Downtown BrooklynHe joins the BK hotel-restaurant trend.
  12. Shack Attack
    First Look at Brooklyn’s First Shake Shack, Opening TodayMayor Bloomberg and Marty Markowitz will cut the ribbon on this momentous occasion.
  13. Openings
    Two More Restaurants Headed to Downtown BrooklynA bakery and a barbecue joint are moving in at 345 Adams St.
  14. Big Deals
    New Nets Stadium Shuns Jones Soda in Favor of CokeEven though Jones had already been announced as the arena’s official beverage provider.
  15. The Great Outdoors
    Shackburgers Alfresco a Go for Shake Shack BrooklynThe community board green-lit a 62-spot seating area for the upcoming location.
  16. Market Watch
    Here’s Your Complete Guide to DeKalb MarketThe shipping-container-housed Brooklyn project opens July 23.
  17. Empire Building
    Casualties of the ShackBurgerWhat happens when Shake Shack moves in on you?
  18. Empire Building
    Shake Shack Said to Be Coming to Fulton Street; No Comment on ConeyIs the Fulton Street Mall in for some gentrification?
  19. Openings
    2 Bros. Ventures Into Brooklyn; 5 Napkin Journeys Into QueensPlus, a new location of 2 Bros. opens in midtown today.
  20. Neighborhood Watch
    Rock-Star Baristas at Bluebird; Dollar Fried Chicken at Rudy’sPlus: a new roof for a restaurant in Cobble Hill, and Milk Bar keeps the noise down, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  21. Neighborhood Watch
    A Taste of Fatty ‘Cue; New CSAs in Carroll Gardens, DumboPlus: Bushwick’s Free WiFi offers much more, and S’MAC adds salsa picante macaroni and cheese, in our roundup of neighborhood food news.
  22. Openings
    First Look at the Loading Dock, Now Making Tacos in a GalleryFind Mexican fare from a Cali transplant in Downtown Brooklyn.
  23. Neighborhood Watch
    Fondue Party at JakeWalk; Rodent Party at Junior’sPlus: Bat cookies at Bouchon Bakery, and a No. 7 Sub preview, in our regular roundup of neighborhood news.
  24. Openings
    Morton’s Introduces ‘Teledining’ to Downtown BrooklynThe national chain has arrived in the BK.
  25. NewsFeed
    ‘Reservoir Dogs’–Style Fro-Yo Standoff in BrooklynThree fro-yo spots compete on the same block.
  26. Neighborhood Watch
    Self-serve Model for Frozen Yogurt Causes Stir in the East Village; Junior’sWhere to have barbecue brunch in the Flatiron, and meet singles who like wine, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  27. Neighborhood Watch
    Amy Ruth’s Taking Her Sweet Time in Brooklyn; Adour? OkayDowntown Brooklyn: So much for a Valentine’s Day debut: Amy Ruth’s at the Fulton Mall isn’t even open yet. [Lost City] Hamptons: Restaurant Week begins March 20. Bargain meals at close to 70 participating restaurants seems like a good excuse to take advantage of any lodging bargains before warm weather sets in. [Restaurant Girl] Meatpacking District: Florent plans to give up the ghost on a high note, on Gay Pride Day at the end of June. [NYP] Midtown East: Citysearch calls Ducasse’s food at Adour “comme ci, comme ça.” [Bottomless Dish/Citysearch] West Village: The Beatrice team might expand to L.A. [Down by the Hipster]
  28. Neighborhood Watch
    Babbo Sommelier’s Enters the West Village Fray; Applebee’s Serving Cake ManDowntown Brooklyn: Applebee’s has started serving Cake Man Raven red-velvet cake in an effort to compete with nearby Junior’s on Flatbush Avenue. [NYDN] East Village: Belcourt is now open for lunch, which features a lamb burger and roasted butternut squash and apple ravioli; weekend brunch is also on the way, with vanilla and bourbon French toast and salt-cod hash. [Grub Street] Forest Hills: Young Chefs Academy cooking school for kids has opened its first branch in New York City at 108-10 72nd Avenue. [NYT] Lower East Side: New Austrian bar Cafe Katja at 79 Orchard Street features Austrian wine and German beer, which you can gulp down with meats and cheeses and homemade pickles, or traditional fare like goulash. [NYT] West Village: Dell’Anima, a collaboration between former Bread Tribeca sous-chef Gabriel Thompson and former Babbo sommelier Joe Campanale, opens next week on Eighth Avenue near Jane Street. [NYS]