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Stinky Bklyn

  1. The Grub Street Diet
    Author Peter Kaminsky Is a Sucker for Restaurants That Play the Band“And how did the ground zero of the Brooklyn food explosion land in my neighborhood? I swear, if I can’t walk or bike to it, I pretty much don’t go.”
  2. BK Is King
    Gin Suit Settled, and Brooklyn Goes Back to Patting Itself on the BackBreuckelen Distilling Co. and the Brooklyn Distilling Co. settle their case.
  3. Booze News
    Nolita Mart Adds Growlers; Stinky Bklyn Will Get … Mason JarsManhattan catches on to the Brooklyn growler trend.
  4. Expansions
    Stinky Bklyn Triples in Size, Adds ‘Hand-Carved Ham Bar’ and MoreThe cheese emporium is now a proper specialty market.
  5. Neighborhood Watch
    2 Bros. Pizza Expands Menu in Midtown; Cadaques Tapas Bar Offers Paella Night inPlus: Mai Cuisine offers delivery service, Niko’s Mediterranean Grill closes, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  6. Home Cookin’
    Two Things: Umami in a Tube, Cheeseburger in a GlassThe elusive “fifth sense” is now available in paste form.
  7. Neighborhood Watch
    Stinky Bklyn Opens Its Back Garden; Dollar Smoothies at Red MangoPlus: Nero Doro scores a wine and beer license, and Ruby Foo’s serves up Dirt ‘n Worms special, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  8. Neighborhood Watch
    Stinky Bklyn Hosts a Cheese-Eating Contest; No. 7 Sub Launches BreakfastPlus: Carmine’s II offers film screenings with dinner, and another Five Guys opens in Midtown, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  9. NewsFeed
    Do You Have the Stuff to Be the Stinky-Cheese-Eating Champion?Get your cheese on, and fast.
  10. Neighborhood Watch
    Cool Bar With a Cheesy Pedigree in Carroll Gardens; Terroir Set to OpenAstoria: Ovelia’s another stellar, cheap brunch option with a mix of Greek and American cooking: “Think French toast stuffed with Greek yogurt and honey or pancakes paired with homemade sausage — made from a family recipe.” [Foodista] Brooklyn: Domino’s has started a marketing campaign that “offers speech lessons to Brooklynites who want to rid themselves of ‘annoying, fake’ accents” meant to appeal to “male college students across the country,” and the borough is pissed. [NYDN] Carroll Gardens: The owners of Smith & Vine and Stinky Brooklyn are opening a bar-cum-café called the Jake Walk at 282 Smith Street this Friday. [NYS] East Village: Terroir opens tonight. [NYT] West Village: Mama’s Mudsliders’ beignets filled with chocolate cream “are light, ungreasy, deep-fried dough balls of delight.” [Bottomless Dish/Citysearch]
  11. Neighborhood Watch
    Preemie Martini Cooler Than You Thought in Clinton HillBoreum Hill: The Jamaican restaurant Brawta has been shut down by the Feds and branded for tax evasion with a neon sign. [Eater] Clinton Hill: Jelani Lounge’s preemie martini vindicated! The apple martini served in a mini-glass is named for the owner’s premature-born, now-strapping son. [Clinton Hill Blog] Cobble Hill: Stinky Bklyn cheese shop has expanded with a series of seminars that will begin in May. [NYDN] East Village: There’s a gay man trapped in the body of a fembot on Broadway near Houston who is supposed to make you want to drink vodka. [Copyranter] Upper East Side: This Friday and Saturday evenings Guastavino’s will host a “wine rave” that aims wine education at the young and single. Tickets are $65, but for $100, you get perks and a goody bag. [Grub Street] Upper West Side: Gael Greene dishes on her Life of Delicious Excess with excerpts from the recent memoir noon tomorrow at Makor. [NYM] West Village: Through May 6, En Japanese Brasserie will serve a cherry-blossom tasting menu. [NYT]