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With no depreciated frontiers left to settle, like Smith Street in Cobble Hill or Fifth Avenue in Park Slope, durably prosperous Brooklyn Heights has essentially sat out the borough’s restaurant revolution. Sure, steady crowds at Perelandra and Garden of Eden attest to residents' long held passion for provenance, probiotics, and kale, but it’s hardly reflected by the eateries that have largely monopolized Montague Street, embodied by deep-pocketed franchises such as Five Guys Burgers and...
Brooklyn, I have prrrrrr-etty exciting news: The Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition has announced that our borough is about to get much more cuddly: starting next month, Brooklyn Heights will welcome our first permanent home for cat-petting rentals and general feline adoration, the Brooklyn Cat Café. If you'd like, take a tiny second to calm your cat-obsessed heart. Welcome back. Gothamist reports the warm and fuzzy opening party will be held in the café's future space at 149 Atlantic Avenue...
Time to play: In Which Brooklyn Neighborhoods Can I Absolutely Not Afford to Be A Home Owner? Curbed reports Kings County's top ten most expensive places to buy residential properties, using last year's median sales prices, as calculated by PropertyShark. Are you ready to be depressed but not actually that surprised ten times? Then continue below for today's exercise in facing stark financial realities in Brooklyn real estate. 10. Downtown Brooklyn Median Sale's Price: $839,492 What with the...
At first glance, the venerable Long Island Bar (formerly family-run for over 50 years) seems utterly frozen in time with its buffed terrazzo floors, formica tables, and original pink and green signage illuminating the corner of Henry Street and Atlantic Avenue. The latest owners have gone to great pains, after taking up the abandoned lease back in 2013, to restore one of the borough’s last remaining Art Deco diners to its glory days, when it was...

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