Gersh’s fruitless cookie search!

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As you know, The Brooklyn Paper is now happily ensconsed in our new Metrotech offices in Downtown Brooklyn — but watch the hilarity ensue when Editor Gersh Kuntzman tries to leave the compound for a cookie! It’s a romp through Downtown that you’ll see only at

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Mike Weiss from MetroTech says:
Welcome to the neighborhood! You raomed only part of the area and your descriptions were on target but... let's go to the MetroCafe on the Metrotech Commons or only one block further to Juniors - you can get your fresh baked goods at each. There's a lot more here that I'd love to share with you. For example, we only have a few "table cloth" restaurants but, are the ethnic fast food capital of Brooklyn, if not the City, and there are some other treasures. Let's touch base, maybe for coffee soon, in Au Bon Pain and again "welcome to MetroTech"!
Mike Weiss
Executive Director
Metrotech BID
April 17, 2009, 12:14 pm
Publius from Bklyn Heights says:

Welcome to Gersh's blog, also known as the Brooklyn Paper.
April 17, 2009, 3:59 pm
Rachel from North Brooklyn says:
Sponsor a Brooklyn cookie contest! (
April 20, 2009, 11:54 pm
lawrence gordon says:
How about some Papa John's pizza to go with that au bon pain cookie, fatman?

Do you have something against black and white cookies? Does the natural synergistic co-existance of ethnic chocolate pain you?
April 21, 2009, 1:57 pm

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