Geared to a wide variety of tastes with meat, fish and vegetarian options, The Stuy Burgers plans a grand opening Friday.
“This is definitely a peculiar chapter in the bar’s history,” said manager Jason Furlani. “We’ve never done table service before.”
Brooklyn’s namesake roasting company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on October 21, but its founder said the company is only adjusting its operations and has no plans to go anywhere.
The restaurant's indoor dining space is up for rent while takeout service and limited outdoor seating remain.
The space is currently being used as a temporary fulfillment center for Greene Grape’s grocery delivery, mail order, gift basket and corporate gift business.
Mayor de Blasio, who put forward the plan, aimed to begin the closures on Wednesday, but Cuomo announced the earlier start date at a press conference earlier today.
A new coffee shop that opened last week doubles as an antique store, giving the collector-turned-restaurateur behind the unconventional shop a chance to show off antique objects he’s been collecting since childhood.
The Broccoli Bar, which started as a Vermont-based food truck, has taken over the corner space at 690 Fulton Street.
The beloved Bushwick nightclub House of Yes temporarily closed beginning Friday after state authorities suspended its liquor license for skirting COVID-19 regulations, its owners announced.
The Red Hook Fairway may be gone but its spirit will live on in the space’s coming Food Bazaar, according to the chain supermarket’s executive vice president.