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Carl Diggler is the breakout pundit of the 2016 election. He predicted every winner of every Democratic winner on Super Tuesday this spring—which means he predicted more races more accurately than 2008 wunderkind Nate Silver. Oh, also? “Carl Diggler” doesn’t exist: he’s written by Felix Biederman and Virgil Texas for CAFE (those pictures are of a Russian stock photo model). While, sure, he’s a joke, Diggler is also dead serious. For all the reverence...
Brooklyn is a place that's been recently friendly to fusion enterprises, but even in this borough, where a coffee shop can also be a knitting store and an Urban Outfitters doubles as a bar, the idea of a combination acupuncture practice and restaurant is an odd one. "At first, people we talked to on the money end of things thought we were nuts," said chef and acupuncturist Tom McCauley. "But we had a dream...
Well-loved Park Slope café Tea Lounge, on Union Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues, has been put up for rent. The asking price is $9,750/month, or $425,000 to buy, but can you really put a price on familiarity? Of course you can, particularly in New York. The neighborhood blog Here's Park Slope broke the news this morning, though there's no word yet on what the owners' plans or intentions are. Tea Lounge was forced to close its...
After a three month-long wait, Littleneck Outpost is finally open to the public. The new seafood-centric shop—an offshoot of the eponymous Gowanus restaurant—opened yesterday morning, serving up everything a good Brooklynite needs in the morning like coffee, granola,  a soft egg and boquerones and arugula quinoa. Later in the day, visitors can enjoy salads and sandwiches using bread from Bakeri, another Greenpoint newcomer, including Littleneck's famed lobster rolls ($18), clam rolls ($16) and shrimp rolls ($14). And...

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