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.
Three iconic rum styles contribute their signature aromas and flavors to this high-octane play on the Planter’s Punch.
Trained as an artist, with a background in hospitality, the Brooklyn-based consultant and author is able to creatively envisage new twists on old forms.
While bowling alleys in New York State got the official go-ahead to reopen their doors on August 14, the owner of Sunset Park’s iconic Melody Lanes sees no end to the hard times, saying his business is “limping along” amid the pandemic.
The grocer will offer high quality produce and fish at more affordable prices than Fairway, as well as hard-to-find international goods, said the store's new landlord.
The Park Slope pasta shop will open its doors Monday, offering an unpretentious dining experience for the family-heavy neighborhood.
After a two-week trial period, City Hall’s open streets dining initiative is expanding to more Brooklyn thoroughfares, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Friday.
A new brewery in Gowanus is serving up craft brews with patio seating after their opening was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic — and the alehouse founder says much more is in store.
A week after the cofounders of Brooklyn ice cream makers Ample Hills bowed out of the company amid its bankruptcy sale, its new chief is eager to reopen the scoop shops in Kings County and beyond.