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Brooklyn Borough Prez Targeting 'Foodies' With Opening of New Incubator

City Guide New York February 3, 2016 0 Comments

The city has invested $1.3 million in Brooklyn FoodWorks. Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams continues to push Brooklyn as a place for “foodies” with the official opening of Brooklyn FoodWorks, a food business incubator in the former Pfizer factory. Adams has invested $1.3 million of city money for commercial kitchens, co-working space, and classrooms in the building in partnership with…

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Emily Team to Open Its Detroit-Style Pizza Place in Williamsburg

City Guide New York February 2, 2016 0 Comments

Emily and Matt Hyland were originally going to open Emmy Squared in Clinton Hill Popular Clinton Hill restaurant Emily’s spinoff square-pie pizzeria is landing in Williamsburg this spring, Grub Street reports. Emmy Squared was originally going to be a takeout spot in Clinton Hill, but a legal dispute forced Matt and Emily Hyland to look elsewhere. They landed at the…

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Dale Talde and Co. Are Planning a New Restaurant Empire in a Chinatown Hotel

City Guide New York February 2, 2016 0 Comments

They’re opening four new venues in the Joie de Vivre hotel. Brooklyn hitmakers chef Dale Talde, David Massoni, and John Bush are eyeing Chinatown for their next restaurant empire, with plans for four different venues at new hotel Joie de Vivre, as first reported by The Lo-Down. The crew, known for Talde, Thistle Hill, and Pork Slope, filed documents to…

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Lowlife Excels in All Areas But Value

City Guide New York February 2, 2016 0 Comments

Borscht, a hearty soup of such humble origins it comes as a free side at Veselka, New York’s premier Ukrainian diner, takes the form of a $12 starter at Lowlife, a spendy small plates place helmed by a chef who once hawked 25-course tastings. This is, in theory, a commendable development, as Eastern European cuisine is underrepresented and underpriced throughout…

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