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Gentrification Threatened Their Bar — Black Neighbors Refused to Let That Happen
“As our erasure happens, we’re trying very hard to protect our spaces.”
East Village Music Mecca HiFi Bar Will Close
Its last day is October 29.
Greenpoint’s Oldest Polish Bakery Will Close to Make Way for Development
It’ll likely reopen nearby, but possibly not in Greenpoint.
Danny Meyer Likes Brooklyn Fine, It’s Just Not Necessarily for Him
The future of fine dining may just be shopping malls.
Menino Parties at Back Deck to Make Downtown Crossing Happen
We’ll be really happy if he brings Shake Shack to the ‘hood.
It’s True: Fort Point + Ming Tsai = New Restaurant
He’ll open a Chinese restaurant in a funny-shaped building on A Street.
Samuels & Son Halts Imports of Japanese Seafood; Point Breeze Restaurant Owner
Plus: Re-energized Starbucks pushes forward on its plan to rule the world; and produce prices to come down as spring veggies come to market, all in our morning news roundup.
East Village People: Blacks, Bohos, and Frat Boys Need Not Apply?
The nightlife landscape is getting increasingly divisive.
The Foodification of Brooklyn
Where gentrification is concerned, restaurants are the new art galleries.
The Birth of
A new word has been added to the foodie lexicon.
Chinatown Threatened by ‘Trendy’ Restaurants
But what exactly does trendy mean?
The Bowery is officially too cool for the cool kids.