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Brooklyn

  1. mysteries
    Why Is Montague Street Perpetually Drab?There’s little beyond deli muffins for the celebrity moms of Brooklyn Heights.
  2. openings
    How New York Is Finding Comfort in the Food of Eastern EuropeWe can still depend on dumplings.
  3. reopening
    How One Acclaimed Restaurant Survived Two Brutal YearsWhen COVID arrived, Sofreh’s success didn’t matter.
  4. coming soon
    Here Comes Cafe SpaghettiChef Sal Lamboglia is heading home to Brooklyn.
  5. the grub street diet
    Artist Rob Pruitt Is a Sucker for Martha Stewart’s CBD Gummies“It would be a fun afternoon for us to try all the flavors.”
  6. the group portrait
    A Coffee Shop for AllAt Daughter, owners Adam Keita, Sarah Elisabeth Huggins, and Brian Stoothoff are dedicated to making the Brooklyn café experience an ethical one.
  7. great rooms
    A Brooklyn Storefront Church, Resurrected As a Family HomeVirginie Sommet’s latest project, in Ocean Hill.
  8. openings
    A New Pizza Joint That Feels Like It’s Been There ForeverConsidering the almighty slice at Mo’s General in Williamsburg.
  9. encounter
    A Chef Prepares to Step OutJackie Carnesi is building her first kitchen, both figuratively and literally.
  10. developing
    Adams’s Office Gives a Thumbs-Down to Towers by the Brooklyn Botanic GardenThe greenhouses win out.
  11. openings
    Inside Baby Luc’s, the Hottest Pizza Party on the Planet“Lucali was supposed to be like this place, a slice shop.”
  12. reopening
    The Ravioli Shop Was Struggling. A French Neighbor Came to the Rescue.Business is booming at Savino’s Quality Pasta, thanks to an unexpected ally.
  13. what to eat
    What It Means to Be a ‘Jewish’ Restaurant Right NowMore chefs and owners are working to explore our ancestors’ complicated flavors.
  14. openings
    What to Eat at the Social, the Brand-New Shop From Ample Hills’ FoundersFudge crackle, ice-cream sodas, doughnut sundaes, and more.
  15. the grub street diet
    Aaron Frazer Always Asks for the Semi-Secret Sauce“A lot of people don’t even know you can get barbecue sauce.” 
  16. the grub street diet
    State Senator Jabari Brisport Loves to Explain That Oreos Are Vegan“Wait — what’s the cream made out of?”
  17. developing
    The Brooklyn Skyline Is About to Change Forever with 9 DeKalbEverything we know about the borough’s first supertall.
  18. coming soon
    Paige Lipari Is Ready for the FutureHow the owner of Archestratus Books + Foods is growing her dream business.
  19. reopening
    Neighbors Rallied to Save Their Restaurants. Can They Keep the Party Going?“There have been a lot of happy tears.”
  20. restaurant review
    At Gage & Tollner, Meticulous Preservation Meets (Just Enough) Innovation“The result feels like a kind of marvel.”
  21. what to eat
    A Salad That’s Also a RevelationAt Victor in Gowanus, a plate of lettuce makes a case for itself.
  22. the group portrait
    The Crew of DJs Behind the Best Parties in Brooklyn This Summer“All the DJs have been at home becoming themselves, working on their music,” says one. “The sound is about to be out of control.”
  23. encounter
    Victoria Blamey Is Free“I had never been presented with the opportunity to just do me.”
  24. beef
    Two Customers Were Shot at Peter Luger Last NightBoth, thankfully, are expected to survive.
  25. the grub street diet
    Haley Nahman Is ‘Very’ Anti-Parfait“I don’t think yogurt should be vertical.”
  26. memorials
    Inside DMX’s Funeral: Rap Icons, Mourning Fans, and a Casket in a Monster TruckKanye West, Jay-Z, Beyoncé, and more were in attendance to pay tribute to the rap legend.
  27. encounter
    Meet America’s Only Producer of Korean MakgeolliAlice Jun can’t wait to have you in her taproom.
  28. reopenings
    Persistent Brooklyn Chophouse Gage & Tollner Will Open April 15The circa-1879 restaurant is now taking reservations for indoor dining.
  29. encounter
    Spreading the Gospel of Masa at For All Things GoodMatt Diaz and Carlos Macías have opened a destination for fresh tortillas and beautiful Mexican cooking.
  30. the group portrait
    Black Queer Brooklyn Is Almost ReunitedAnd it feels so good.
  31. scoops
    Ample Hills’ Founders Return With a New Shop and a New Focus“We’re humbled that we’re able to get this chance — but we can’t mess it up.”
  32. closings
    Good-bye to Mission Dolores, a Perfect Bar for EverythingThe bar, in a converted auto garage, straddled the literal and figurative barriers of its surrounding neighborhoods.
  33. 2021 inauguration
    Ella Emhoff Brings Art-School Chic to the CapitolThe First Daughter of Bushwick sent Twitter into a frenzy in Miu Miu.
  34. encounter
    Edy Massih Wants to Be ‘the Middle Eastern Martha Stewart’At Edy’s Grocer, the chef is ready to go big.
  35. openings
    Inside Brooklyn’s Brand-New Breakfast-Sandwich SpeakeasyThe Blue Light “Speak Cheesy” is open in Greenpoint, with grilled cheese, egg sandwiches, and double-decker breakfast tacos.
  36. encounter
    Nobody Knows How to Be a Grown-up, Least of All Cecily von ZiegesarThe Gossip Girl author has a new novel, Cobble Hill, about Brooklyn parents.
  37. openings
    ACQ Bread Is a New Kind of Brooklyn BakeryHouse-milled grains, breathtaking milk bread, and a strong anti-capitalist message.
  38. closings
    Good-bye to MeMe’s Diner, a Restaurant That Instantly Felt Like Home“When you experience hospitality from your chosen family, it can be revelatory.”
  39. closings
    Say Good-bye to Two More Vital New York RestaurantsThe Beatrice Inn and MeMe’s Diner will both close their doors soon.
  40. the bigger picture
    All You Need Are Wheels and a MaskDuring the pandemic, a Brooklyn basketball court has become a makeshift roller rink.
  41. go go go joseph
    Spike Lee Pops Bottles in Brooklyn to Celebrate Biden VictoryChampagne for his real friends.
  42. debuts
    Freed From Restaurants, a Chef Couple Turns to PelmeniJessica and Trina Quinn are diving into the cuisine of Eastern Europe.
  43. design hunting
    Brooklyn’s Favorite Wallpaper Designers Are Launching a Line of TextilesNick and Rachel Cope are turning their inky, gradient-hued wallpapers into fabrics for curtains, pillows, and upholstery.
  44. space of the week
    An Artist-Architect Breathes New Life Into a Brooklyn Row HouseShane Neufeld’s year-old firm recently completed its first major project — the renovation of a dilapidated home in Bed-Stuy for his family.
  45. space of the week
    An Elegant Duplex Where Simple Moves Made a Big DifferenceThe owners of this lower-level unit in a Clinton Hill townhouse felt the developer’s tasteful renovation needed a tweak to jibe with their style.
  46. space of the week
    A Spectacular Waterfront Apartment, Customized for a Young FamilyArchitect West Chin made this Dumbo home where the views provide live entertainment 24/7 even better for her clients.
  47. space of the week
    Getting by With a Little Art From Your FriendsArtist Katie Stout and her husband are in quarantine in their Fort Greene apartment, which feels a bit enchanted.
  48. space of the week
    An Adventurous Renovation for a Growing FamilyInterior designer Zach Motl took a bold approach decorating a classic prewar in Murray Hill in record time for clients expecting their first child.
  49. design hunting
    A Brooklyn House That Moves From One Stylish Family Member to the NextThis brownstone features original 1900 plasterwork, zingy paint treatments, and artwork from Uganda, Angola, and Zimbabwe.
  50. art and design 2017
    A Trip Into the Bead-Strewn Studio of a Whitney Biennial Artist“It’s inspiring because once I leave this room, there’s nowhere else that looks like this,” says Raúl de Nieve.
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