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· Reason to Go to La Mesita, a Bushwick Mexican Joint · Time to Panic: There May Be a Global Kale Shortage · The Starbucks is Not the Problem ·  Read more


Turns out that No. 7 Sub’s temporary shutter in Greenpoint will be a bit longer than originally planned, but the wait should be worth it. Co-owner Tyler Kord tells Eater  Read more

If you dig back far enough in culinary history, you could say the Greeks invented cheesecake. Historian Thucydides recounts how 2,400 years ago he and his pals were in the  Read more

The final nail in the coffin of Park Slope’s last dive bar, Jackie’s 5th Amendment, has been hammered. The space that held the bar for decades is now officially part  Read more

The windows at the Greenpoint outpost of No. 7 Sub are currently covered up with brown paper, but a note on the sandwich shops’s website says the space is just  Read more

The New York outpost of Ilan Hall’s LA restaurant The Gorbals opens for dinner tonight in Williamsburg’s new Urban Outfitters “concept store” Space Ninety 8. The menu features several dishes  Read more

Vegans vacationing on the hipster Riviera can now get their snack on courtesy of Champ’s. The North Brooklyn vegan diner is popping up at the Beach 96th St. concession stand  Read more

Business picked up a little at Williamsburg’s first Starbucks, but the place is still being met by a whole mix of emotions (and tweets). The neighborhood has been going through  Read more

· A Guide to Your NYC Tapas Trail Adventure · Don’t Believe the Hype About Black Seed Bagels · Coi to Implement Nick Kokonas’ Ticketing System · 10 Off-The-Menu Dishes  Read more

1) Columbia Waterfront: The very sweet looking farm to table Orchard Cafe has opened on a sleepy section of Columbia Street. The airy space boasts lots of seating at the  Read more

The gentrification of hipsterville is officially complete. Williamsburg’s first Starbucks opened as promised this morning at 6 a.m. to a chilly welcome from the neighborhood. Grub Street reports that only  Read more

Heritage Radio is the food-focused, listener-supported internet radio station that broadcasts from a studio attached to Roberta’s in Bushwick. Every week, many of the big players in the food world  Read more

JuiceLand, an Austin based juice bar chain is expanding to Park Slope, taking over a space on 9th Street. This will be they company’s 10th outpost and their first foray  Read more

FIDI — During the summer heat, Keizo Shimamoto of Ramen.Co will add tsukemen or “dipping ramen,” to his menu. The noodles, made by Sun Noodle, are slightly thicker than the  Read more

Looks like Williamsburg mainstay Supercore, which shuttered abruptly in March, is back — at least sort of. Edward Alontaga, a former manager, has gathered some other ex-employees and a few  Read more

Looks like the Torrisi team is planning to cover Hong Kong in Red Sauce. A Hong Kong PR posts to Facebook: “Carbone Hong Kong.... It’s official! Be ready for a  Read more

Excelsior, a well-loved Park Slope gay bar, will close next month after 15 years in business. A bartender tells the Daily News that the building that houses the bar has  Read more

BAY RIDGE — This weekend kicks off Robicelli’s insane Jump the Shark Summer where the bakers will be turning out all sorts of crazy things like cakes made with duck  Read more

Over at Gawker, Michelle Dean is outraged by Mile End’s Poutine Week riffs on poutine, which include more than the traditional cheese curds, gravy and fries. Responding to a photo  Read more

Here’s a roundup of restaurants that are currently under construction. Do you see a new restaurant opening up in your neighborhood? Send that information to the tipline. 1) Greenwich Village:  Read more

WILLIAMSBURG — Two new vendors to check out at Smorgasburg: Upstate Rhubarb sells just one thing, rhubarb pie, by the piece or à la mode. During berry season, baker Rachael  Read more

It was only a matter of time: that Williamsburg Starbucks that has been looming over the neighborhood since December is opening on Monday, Gothamist learns. The coffee shop, which has  Read more

The aptly named Humboldt & Jackson opened at the intersection of Humboldt and Jackson Streets in Williamsburg on Friday. The newcomer, which doubles as an event space and bar, is  Read more

Peter Entner, the mastermind behind the out-there pizzas at Pete Zaaz is stepping away from the day to day operations at his Crown Heights pizzeria to open a new sandwich  Read more

Williamsburg’s first Starbucks is now very close to opening in a new luxury condo just off the Lorimer L stop, but at least one local coffee shop is adamantly unconcerned.  Read more

Although both of Eater’s critics were off yesterday, here’s a roundup of the rest of the week’s big reviews: Pete Wells visits the tiny Red Hook restaurant Grindhaus, and is  Read more

WILLIAMSBURG — Porsena chef Sara Jenkins will kick off Eatwith’s chef series this Sunday, letting a small group of diners into her Williamsburg apartment for a brunch. She plans to  Read more

This week Pete Wells reviews Grindhaus, the Red Hook restaurant that opened this past winter after many years of delays and extensive damage from Hurricane Sandy: “It’s a place where  Read more

The team behind Little Muenster launched Little Nica, a Nicaraguan street food pop-up, at its takeout spot in DUMBO today. Instead of grilled cheese, this new variation specializes in quesillos:  Read more

New York City has suffered a decrease in Malaysian restaurants over the last decade, which is a shame. The cuisine — which provides plenty of piquantly spicy food — shows  Read more

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