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Smith Street

  1. Openings
    Wilma Jean Opens Tonight on Smith Street, Serving Fried Chicken on a StickIt’s more casual than Seersucker.
  2. Closings
    Lunetta Has ClosedThe Boerum Hill restaurant stopped serving customers a few weeks ago.
  3. Coming Soon
    Greek Restaurant Will Replace Joe’s SuperetteNo more prosciutto balls, probably, but maybe some dope dolma?
  4. So Brooklyn
    Smith Street’s Bedraggled Fall Cafe Is Now Called Ciro’sThe ratty hang steps it up.
  5. Cavity Hole
    Momofuku Milk Bar Carroll Gardens Opens This SaturdayHello, crack.
  6. Openings
    Southfork Kitchen Chef Headed to Smith Street This SpringHe’s aiming to open an Italian spot called Arthur on Smith this March.
  7. Foodienomics
    Future Is Bleak for Smith Street, Ex-Owner PredictsIndia Ennis says there are too many restaurants in South Brooklyn.
  8. Mediavore
    Budweiser to Go Belgian?; More Legal Woes for CiprianisPlus where Tom and Padma watched the ‘Top Chef’ finale, Magnolia Bakery’s new breakfast eats, and more, in our morning digest of news and gossip.
  9. NewsFeed
    Do You Have the Stuff to Be the Stinky-Cheese-Eating Champion?Get your cheese on, and fast.
  10. NewsFeed
    Jason Neroni: I Love Wylie, But …A friend of Porchetta chef Jason Neroni has alerted us to the fact that, despite having taken over for Wylie Dufresne at 71 Clinton Fresh Foods before starting his new gig, Neroni does not consider Dufresne his mentor. “Because Wylie made such a name for 71 Clinton Fresh Food, I think people tend to compare our styles a lot,” Neroni tells us. “But Smith Street isn’t the Lower East Side, and I’m in this business to do what I love, and to be myself.” The chef credits Alice Waters and Dan Hill for teaching him about ingredients, Floyd Cardoz for teaching him about “multidimensionality,” and Alain Ducasse for teaching him to “slow down, combine all the elements, and create a cuisine that I could, for the first time, truly consider to be mine.” A Restaurant Revolution on Smith Street? [Grub Street]