Milk and Pull is the latest business to join a host of others flocking to Malcolm X Boulevard in Bed Stuy.
After creating two Brooklyn eateries, chef Sohui Kim is dropping her cookbook-slash-memoir based on her celebrated Red Hook restaurant.
Umi is home-cooked meals delivered in Brooklyn, connecting talented home cooks with those who crave a special meal.
The ongoing love affair between Brooklyn and Paris continues this month with the Williamsburg opening of a sister restaurant to Paris’s Algerian bistro Chez Omar.
When Park Slope’s venerated Tea Lounge closed in December of 2014, the neighborhood mourned the 14-year-old super sized coffee shop, full of double strollers and comfy couches, with anguished fervor.
Beloved Brooklyn food market Smorgasburg is returning to Prospect Park this April, the Prospect Park Alliance has announced.
A little bit of the sea has just arrived in landlocked Park Slope.
Brooklyn has something of a reputation as an incubator for creative talent and eclectic eats. Sure, we’re all happy when an iconic Manhattan biz like Katz’s Deli or Russ & Daughters decides to cross the East River, but an even bigger trend at the moment is the national expansion of much-loved Brooklyn brands.
Junior’s Cheesecake — a true borough mainstay — has had outposts in Times Square and Grand Central for years. But the famous bakery and its mouth-watering desserts are making a big play for the national spotlight.
It’s no secret that Brooklyn’s artisanal food scene is booming. The borough’s emerging culinary talents test out their creations via food trucks, Smorgasburg stands and cafeteria-style halls. Now, they have another laboratory for edible experimentation — and it’s affordable.
The iconic Lower East Side eatery Russ & Daughters has announced it will be expanding to Brooklyn as the anchor of the Brooklyn Navy Yard‘s new public food court.