Last week Community Board 6 approved a liquor license for an Ethiopian restaurant at 242 Court Street, the Quercy space between Kane and Baltic streets. Turns out Awash, an well-reviewed Ethiopian restaurant in the East Village and the Upper East Side, will open its first location in Brooklyn. Here’s a menu for the two other restaurants. The owner did not say at the community board meeting when she plans to open. GMAP
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