Signs for the new store went up over the weekend.
Unlike fine dining, luxury retail isn't doing so hot in brownstone Brooklyn.
Park Cafe, an unassuming diner not far from Grand Army Plaza, has suddenly closed up shop after more than two decades in business.
Plans for a six-story building with 10 apartments and ground-floor retail at the site have been approved.
After their first foray into Brooklyn last year, pastry purveyor Amy's Bread has expanded with another location in Brooklyn Heights.
This shrimp ceviche tostada is a popular appetizer at Oxomoco. We make it with Oxomoco hot sauce and cilantro criollo.
"We wanted people to feel like they're in Mexico or California," said owner Justin Bazdarich, who has a background in architecture and started Clinton Hill's popular pizzeria Speedy Romeo.
The San Francisco-based wine bar specializes in pinsa, a flatbread with pizza toppings.
Called Izzy Rose, it’s set to open soon at 214 Greene Avenue, one block away from sister establishment Clementine’s.
When it comes to Long Island summer activities, few can compete with enjoying the island’s many seafood shacks, which can range from bare-bones walk-up affairs, to boardwalk oases of waterfront al fresco dining.