It’s a typical evening in Dawn Casale’s backyard garden in Boerum Hill. Guests enjoy a warm summer evening over fresh herbs and seafood, and conversation that is just as delicious.
Yana Morgan, Natalia Bireeva, and Anna Kozina are friends and roommates. They get together in their apartment on a Thursday evening to prepare a meal.
A shoplifting contratemps at the Park Slope Food Co-op.
A hip new restaurant battles it out with a neighborhood fave
What ever you were in the mood for Tuesday night, you could have found at The Green Building in Cobble Hill at the third annual Tasting Brooklyn event.
The people behind Brooklyn Flea and Smorgasmurg have plans to open a location in Crown Heights at the end of the year. The 9000-square foot food and beer hall will feature five vendors from the Smorgasburg network, which are yet to be announced.
Neil Devlin knows he’s doing well when he can afford a decent lunch. “If I’m eating at the $3 falafel place every day or making peanut butter sandwiches, it means I’m not doing so well,” he says. “If I can afford to get a burger or a decent slice of pizza… I’m doing okay.” Devlin […]
Nino, a 68-year-old fishmonger, has been selling his fresh catches off a tabletop on the corner of Myrtle Avenue and Grove Street in Bushwick for the past 15 years. But he doesn’t call it a business — to him, it’s simply a “hobby.”
An empty stretch of land along the Williamsburg waterfront got a much-needed facelift last weekend. Smorgasburg, the open-air market that began last year with great fanfare, is back for the season. Every Saturday for the rest of the summer, hoards of hungry Brooklynites will get a chance to sample artisanal goodies ranging from freshly prepared […]