Brooklyn Heights Blog reports that popular bar and restaurant Jack the Horse Tavern is aiming to expand into the adjoining retail space at 37A Cranberry Street. The original Brooklyn Heights spot is located right on the corner of Hicks and Cranberry streets. The new space will be used for overflow seating. The restaurant will head to Community Board Two to present its application for a beer, wine and liquor licence on Wednesday, March 6 at the Brooklyn Hospital’s first floor dining room.
Jack the Horse Tavern Looking to Open Additional Seating on Cranberry [BHB]
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