Brooklyn's artisanal buffet gets boozy.
Chef Igancio Mattos is out and Taavo Somer is overhauling the menu.
A highbrow-lowbrow seafood joint from Employees Only and Macao veterans.
The owners of Brooklyn Public House in Fort Greene have claimed a mostly vacant stretch of Kent Avenue for their new venture.
Named for the brothy remains of cooking collards or other sturdy greens, Potlikker is devoted to decidedly American fare.
It's tentatively titled OTB.
It opens Monday in a caffeine-saturated corner of the 'burg.
See the menu for the Marlow & Sons team's most impressive joint yet.
Our favorite NOLA pop-up returns to d.b.a. Brooklyn's back deck.
George Weld of Egg has opened another restaurant, offering "more subtle" flavors.
Johnny Siera of punk group the Death Set teamed up with folks from Lit and Home Sweet Home.
Baltimore via Brooklyn.
Despite the endless real estate rumors, this seems to be the whole truth.
The menu invites you to eat a little or a lot, and there's plenty to drink, of course.
Kombucha Brooklyn and Steve's Ice Cream have already signed their leases.
Six kombuchas and fifteen free-trade teas.
They're giving away the profanely sloganed suckers on Valentine's Day.
There will probably be food. There will definitely be craft projects.
Brooklyn gets a Basque taverna.