But LeNell Smothers may have found a new address!
Will you adopt Alicia Jr. before he becomes someone's meal?
The historic diner won't fit across the Manhattan Bridge.
Piccolo Cafe on Columbia Street offers two items. Two.
A beer distributor gets a slot at the Red Hook piers, but Brooklyn Brewery is denied.
Plus, it'll incorporate a marina, arts space, and a swath of green!
Moving the Cheyenne Diner to Red Hook is proving problematic.
The former Indochine and Odeon restaurateur says of Manhattan: 'The rich and richer have completed their rout of most of what was different or interesting.'
One-fifth of black and Hispanic families have left the west-of-Prospect-Park area in seven years.
Harry Hawk of Harry's at Water Taxi Beach is hammering out a contract.
The Gothamist crew got a peek into the 'Real World' Red Hook loft, and it ain't pretty.
A new Flatiron pub looks promising, but how dare it use the name of a bygone Red Hook favorite?!
Mayor wants housing, locals want pretty mini-parks, some just want more bridges.
Lost City thinks it has found the bottom of the barrel, but we're sure Grub Street readers have their own opinions.
LeNell Smothers is still looking for a new home, but you can buy her bourbon in Red Hook through February.
How to make the brownies and chocolate stout milkshake from Red Hook’s Baked.
Britain has its own locavore movement, a review of the Slow Food Nation conference, and more, in our morning news roundup.
A rogue graffiti artist really wants you to believe that the aging rocker really has a thing for the East End. And for palm trees. Plus, pandas in Union Square, a ‘Gossip Girl’ spat, and more in our daily borough report.