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Bar Minnow has been rechristened the Brooklyn Burger Bar.

A new, bright yellow "Brooklyn Burger Bar" awning popped up last weekend over the shuttered space, at the corner of Seventh Avenue and Ninth Street in Park Slope. (Bar Minnow had been closed since owner-chef Aaron Bashy moved to Beverly Hills to run the kitchen of The Prime Grill.)

New owner Greg Murjani opened the doors of his new eatery on Thursday. He told us that he doesn’t eat fish, but he loves a good burger - and, in true Brooklyn spirit, he’s offering a mega-mound of meat called "the Fuggedabou­tit."

Beyond that instant classic of Angus beef, smoked mozzarella and fire roasted red peppers, Murjani’s Burger Bar sells Kobe beef burgers plus the usual French fries and onion rings. He also offers a full bar and a killer milkshake, said Murjani.

The Burger Bar baron, who also owns Greg’s Express garbage service, grew up in Park Slope and wants his place to be family-friendly, but also a late-night stop. He serves food from 11 am to 2 am, and he keeps the bar open until 4 am.

Brooklyn Burger Bar (444 Ninth St. at Seventh Avenue in Park Slope) accepts American Express, MasterCard and Visa. Entrees: $6-$12. Open for lunch and dinner daily. Subway: F train to Seventh Avenue. For more information, call (718) 832-5500 or visit the Web site www.brooklynburgerbar.com.

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