With long lines at grocery stores, Marine Park Hardware is seeing an uptick in sales of the locally produced sauce, our sister pub Brooklyn Paper reports.
One couple offering free meals specifically aims to feed laid-off restaurant workers.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and others are calling for the government to suspend payments of all kinds, including rents, mortgages, loans, payroll taxes, sales tax and utilities.
The move has nothing to do with coronavirus or lack of demand for their product.
Following a warm, sunny weekend in which Prospect Park was jam packed and people were crowding bars and restaurants, Mayor de Blasio Sunday finally took a much needed step and officially closed Brooklyn schools and businesses.
Tragic timing for the highly anticipated reopening of the historic Downtown Brooklyn restaurant.
Nearly all March events have been cancelled, grocery store shelves were bare at Trader Joe's and Whole Foods, and crazy rumors of all sorts are flying around.
When we stopped by Friday, workers were putting the finishing touches on the exterior of the storefront at 322 Malcolm X Boulevard.
It sells Varian’s own line of lighting, furniture, wallpaper and pillows, as well as artisanal products from about 100 other home designers and 70 jewelers.
On opening day, Brooklyn artist Saskia Keultjes will sketch portraits of customers and there will be treats from nearby Doughnut Plant.