Milk and Pull is the latest business to join a host of others flocking to Malcolm X Boulevard in Bed Stuy.
Self-described "Gringo-Mex" eatery San Loco is now open on Bushwick Avenue in Bushwick.
After more than a decade on Montague Street in Brooklyn Heights, the beloved thrift shop will close its doors Thursday, March 14.
Brooklyn’s getting physical, physical.
Longtime Brooklyn music promoter Todd Patrick (aka Todd P) is getting ready to reopen Bushwick’s Market Hotel, a once-DIY venue at 1140 Myrtle Avenue that was shuttered in 2010 for serving alcohol without a license.
Good news for folks who live in Boerum Hill. Looks like the former Met Foods at 205 Smith Street is going to become another supermarket, according to a Brownstoner reader who spoke to a construction worker at the site.
Building plans filed last year reveal the owner is adding a second floor to the building, and both stories will be stores.
Park Slope’s 5th Avenue is getting a new seasonal American restaurant with a wood-fired oven at its center, a Brownstoner reader has told us. We initially thought it would be the high-end, custom-built Stefano Ferrara oven used by the space’s previous tenant, the pizza spot Brooklyn Central, which closed last summer. But a representative for the restaurant told Brownstoner there is a new one, also custom-built, on its way.
Salvation Army’s Greenpoint store has bitten the dust.
It’s here! A much-needed full-line supermarket reopened at 490 Myrtle Avenue in Clinton Hill Friday, after closing two years ago to make way for construction.
A wave of development has been closing grocery stores in the area, leaving shoppers with fewer affordable options.
A South Street Seaport tapas restaurant that couldn’t stay above water after Hurricane Sandy has found a new home on 3rd Avenue in Bay Ridge.