A reader sent in the visual evidence above showing Dizzy’s, the Park Slope diner that has been on 9th Street for more than a decade, has opened its second location in the neighborhood, at the corner of 5th Avenue and President. This particular location is known as “cursed” for restaurants, with several having come and gone over the past five or six years, but we’re hoping that Dizzy’s breaks the streak!
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