The eatery serves both traditional dishes and other creations, including sushi, noodles and fried chicken.
These small meatballs with carrots and potato are from Isfahan, a city in central Iran.
The dishes at the Prospect Heights Persian restaurant were culled from many sources and perfected over a long period of time.
History has become an important part of the reopening of Gage & Tollner.
The restaurant is known for its spicy dishes, lamb and house-made noodles.
The restaurant is “serving up sandwiches, burgers and sides,” according to a Facebook post.
The chain of coffee shops quickly becoming ubiquitous in Brooklyn is opening new shops in Park Slope and Williamsburg.
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.