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December, 2015

Dining: There is a new suds spot for those with a head for beer! Comments (2)
Dining: Time to get into the kitchen! Comment

November, 2015

Dining: This guy hates speaker buzz but loves a caffeine buzz! Comment
Dining: Brooklyn takes its coffee with a dash of unrelated commercial activity! Comment
Dining: They’ve re-signed, but they’re not resigning. Fifth Avenue creamery-turned-diner Hinsch’s is now a Stewart’s franchise, but the owners say they’re keepin’ it old-school. Comments (2)

October, 2015

Dining: We’ll have what she’s having! Comments (2)
Dining: Forget Thai takeout — a food-delivery website now allows Park Slopers to order up a chef to cook dinner in their home kitchen. Comment

Building up: New bar Robert is built on Bond Street

Dining: Building on Bond owners will open their new bar Robert tonight. Comments (2)

September, 2015

Hemp-est in a teapot: Williamsburger sells pot-infused teas

Leaves of Grass: Talk about high tea. Comments (3)
Dining: Call it barber-cue! Comments (3)

Juice cleanse! Ditmas Park smoothie joint reopens as banh mi shop

Dining: This eatery is off the juice! Comments (1)

Taco brawl! New burrito chain challenges Chipotle Downtown

Dining: It’s a Mexican standoff! Comments (4)

Tale of the tape: Dos Toros vs. Chipotle

Dining: It is pico de gallo at 20 paces. Comment
Dining: This neighborhood has a lot on its plate! Comments (8)
Dining: He was the upper crust of the competition! Comments (2)

August, 2015

Greece-y spoon! Souvlaki House has peddled pitas Downtown for 43 years

Go There Now While You Still Can: It is Brooklyn’s unsung gyro! Comments (4)

Bao wow! Downtown eatery will serve up Shanghai soup dumplings

Dining: Always leave them wonton more! Comment
Dining: It is moving to greener pastures — literally. Comments (15)

July, 2015

Last call! Bushwick bar Cain’s Tavern is closing

Go There Now While You Still Can: Beloved Bushwick watering hole Cain’s Tavern is closing at the end of August, and regulars say they’re bummed to be losing a neighborhood hangout where everyone knows your name. Comment
Dining: They’ll make your träume come true! Comments (3)
Changing Brooklyn: He just doesn’t knead the dough anymore. Comment

Un Thai-d! Whiskey Soda Lounge shuts, celeb chef to open Southern eatery in its place

Dining: It is out with the cold Singha beer and in with “The Chew.” Comments (3)

June, 2015

Dining: Don’t waste your summer inside bars — spend it in front of, behind, and on top of them! Comments (3)

May, 2015

Dining: They’re the hottest cold drink around! Comments (2)
Dining: Could sumo be Brooklyn’s next big spectator sport? Comments (4)

April, 2015

The ultimate Brooklyn Bloody Mary!

The ultimate Brooklyn Bloody Mary!

Dining: We blend the best and worst — and occasionally fictional — flavors of the borough together in one delicious* cocktail. *Results not guaranteed. Comments (1)

Pass the Dutch meat on the left-hand side

Dining: Sample the cuisine of 1650s New York at a dinner party in Williamsburg. Comments (1)

Food fest serves up regional delicacies of Fifth Avenue

Dining: Talk about street food! Comment
Dining: Talk about a moveable feast! Comment

March, 2015

Primp brisket: Cooks battle to be crowned New York’s brisket king

Dining: Smoke ’em if you got ’em. Comment

Coney hosts a home-brew contest

Dining: That’s not sea foam tickling your nose. Comment

Cash only: Knitting Factory to open bank-themed restaurant

Dining: There is no tension between booking punk rock shows and running a JPMorgan Chase-inspired eatery, according to management. Comment

February, 2015

Chefs will crank out all-you-can-eat sausages in Bushwick

Dining: It is a sausage fest — literally. Comment

Siggy’s owner on closure: Brooklyn Heights is now pricier than Manhattan

Dining: She puts a big portion of the blame on Brooklyn Bridge Park, saying it convinced landlords they could charge more even than on the island across the East River. Comments (7)

December, 2014

The best things we ate this year

The Best Thing We Ate This Week: Reporters and editors name the finest things they stuffed in their mouths in Brooklyn in 2014. Comments (1)

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