Restaurants and merchants on Park Slope’s Seventh Avenue will open their doors to neighbors on September 18 for a free tasting event.
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Brooklyn loves Dunkin' Donuts, what to skip at the U.S. Open, shopping strategies in Forest Hills, and more, in our neighborhood news roundup.
Country’s chefs start to bail and the grotesque cost of lunch at Ko, in today’s neighborhood food news.
Critiquing Park Slope's garbage, there's no such thing as a frozen brownie with negative calories, and more, in our morning news roundup.
Beatrice doorman becomes a model, and reported rodent in Wendy's chili, in today's neighborhood food news.
Five Guys opening is like "a cow fart," and Southern Hospitality owner fights FiDi residents for a liquor license, in today's neighborhood food news.
Blue Ribbon comes to a bowling alley and more, in our daily local news roundup.
Red Hook still waiting for coal-oven pizza while Park Slope gets another burger joint, in today's neighborhood food news.
Fiamma is so not like a French poodle in a Prada scarf, and Park Slope's newest burger bar, in today's neighborhood food news.
Frank Bruni picks restaurants for their looks, and Craftbar has some standout cocktails, in today's neighborhood food news.
Sexy Brooklyn-pizza pics and hard frozen yogurt, in today's neighborhood food news.
Late-Night Cookies and Cocktails Hit Williamsburg; Frank Bruni Finds Something to Like at Bar Milano
The Upper West Side gets another Italian restaurant courtesy of a former Frederick's chef and the Chocolate Bar settles into new digs, in today's neighborhood food news.
Asiate chef brings dumplings and shaved ice to Carroll Gardens, and a Shake Shack versus West Coast burger comparison.
Supply and cook your own meat at Quarter and Moonshine.
Williamsburg will get a "Fiambreria," and chef Peter Hoffman will take you to the Greenmarket, in today's neighborhood food news.
A herring festival swims into midtown, and plastic is chased out of Park Slope, in today's neighborhood food news.
You Yelling, Dramatic Speakers at the Slope’s CB 6 Meeting, You're on Film; Jack's Coffee Coming to Nolita
Gustavino's reopens for private events, and CSA sign-ups, in today's neighborhood food news.
As often as publicists tout celebrity stop ins after the fact, this has to be the first time we’ve been clued in ahead of time.
It looks like Sette Enoteca e Cucina, which opened in 2005 with Amanda Freitag at the helm, could join the ranks of departed Seventh Avenue eateries.