Le Pain Quotidien opened in the Moutarde space on Tuesday and Here’s Park Slope got a sneak peak. Photo via Here’s Park Slope. The beauty salon Union Beauty plans to open in June at 849A Union Street right off of 7th Avenue. And Italian restaurant/raw bar Mezini is open on 5th Avenue between 11th and 12th streets. The chef is preparing a light, French influenced style of Italian food.
Cobble Hill does not want a J.Crew! They started a petition to keep the current tenant, Pacific Green grocer, in the space on Court Street. The small juice shop Nectar closed up shop on Court, between Congress and Warren. And the new Smith Street coffee house Roogla is serving its own version of rugala alongside its coffee menu.
The Shop Brooklyn, which is a bar operating inside of a motorcycle shop, will open in Bushwick this summer. The 5,000-square-foot space, located off the Jefferson stop, will feature dinner service, a late night menu, barbecue, live music, and DJs. Eater checks out new Mediterranean restaurant Glasserie, open at 95 Commercial Street in Greenpoint. According to them, “The menu includes a lot of vegetable dishes, as well as things like lamb tartare, flatiron steak with trout roe, and a whole rabbit for two.”
Fort Greene favorite Lulu and Po is now open for brunch on Sundays from 10am to 2:30 pm. The menu features vanilla & bourbon french toast, eggs with lamb pastrami, and a pani frattau. Ditmas Park Corner attends the soft opening of Milk and Honey, a new coffee spot at 1119 Newkirk Avenue. Della Pietra’s Gourmet Meats is under construction between Sahadi’s and Damascus on Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn Heights. The upscale butcher should open by the end of the month. And in Coney Island, Lola Star Boutique has reopened since shuttering due to Hurricane Sandy. The reopening took extra long because the store is located inside the Stillwell Avenue subway station, which had to be thoroughly cleaned out after the storm.