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The signs are right in South Slope

The Brooklyn Paper

Despite the economy, work continues at two key eateries on Seventh Avenue in the South Slope, including Hanco’s Vietnamese Sandwiches at the corner of 10th Street, and Brook–vin, the new wine bar between 11th and 12th streets.

As The Brooklyn Paper reported earlier this fall, Hanco’s, the second outpost in the Carroll Gardens-based sandwich empire, will take over the former Tea Lounge location, and Brook–vin, an offshoot of Big Nose, Full Body wine shop, will open in the former Cafe Eleven.

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A O from BKLYN says:
What recession? I made more money this past 6 months then i did this time last year! Cant wait for Obama to re-instill confidence in the American people and go out and spend. Brooklyn just don't lie down and let this "weak" economy walk all over you; you have to reinvent your self; the money is out there you just need a new pair of glasses to look threw- so go buy a new pair of glasses!
Dec. 16, 2008, 10:37 am

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