We’re really excited about Teo opening since we’re STILL missing Brooklyn Star. The menu will include cast iron okonomiyaki, duck wings, togarashi honey fried chicken, littleneck clams and many more Japanese small bites. Teo is opening after Christmas at 321 Starr Street: Up until May, the chef was running Williamsburg favorite Brooklyn Star, an 110-seat neighborhood restaurant that […]
Bar Beau is now open in Williamsburg. It’s a cafe by day that serves fancy cocktails and small plates at night. Just Opened has more: Bar Beau is the latest project by Claire Chan (of West Village café The Elk), where cozy coffee shop vibe meets trendy bistro-style bar…Moving away from a menu with small, […]
This one stings. The popular restaurant announced yesterday on Instagram that they will be closing at the end of the month. They have been on our favorites lists for years and will be missed. The owners stated that rising costs and the L Train shutdown led to their decision: We are sole owner/operators & investors […]
Wow, Bushwick! I’ve never see you look as good as you did yesterday at The Taste of Bushwick event. Hundreds flocked to this 4th annual food festival, hosted by The Bushwick Starr, held on a private street within the Boar’s Head distribution facility off the Morgan stop. And it was a beautiful scene, let me […]
Grub Street did an egg sandwich crawl across the city and, not surprisingly, Williamsburg and Greenpoint got a couple of mentions. Frankel’s in Greenpoint got top honors for their Pastrami, Egg & Cheese sandwich which New York called the “absolute best” in the city: The spicy pastrami is cut into fatty chunks that remind you […]
Somehow, this wasn’t on our radar, but Brooklyn Star has been open for a little over two weeks in the space formerly known as Lazy Catfish. There’s no brick oven this time around, but it’s more spacious and the menu remains largely the same.