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Coffee is easy to come by most anywhere on Court Street, whether procured from a café, bought from a bakery, or purchased from a corner bodega. Yet alternative options fade away in the presence of East One, occupying an imposing, shale gray edifice on the intersection of Carroll. Perches running the length of wide-open, floor-to-ceiling windows are reason enough for laptop-tappers to flock to the drinkery in droves—though as an onsite, Diedrich IR 12 Roaster infers,...
Barbecue season may be over, but f.o.b. has just started firing up its grills. Instead of burgers and hot dogs however, you’re more likely to find chicken wings marinated in coconut milk and galangal tickling the flames, along with saucy skewers of cubed pork, served with strands of pickled papaya. That’s because the Street Smith newcomer is devoted to Filipino food, featuring a menu inspired by the varied cooking styles from the Philippines’ island diaspora, along...
For our September print issue—the style issue—we sent our photographers to ten Brooklyn neighborhoods (from Greenpoint, to Flatbush, and eight others in between) to document the way Brooklyn is dressing now. Style is different than fashion, and our goal was to capture the highly individual, creative, and inspiring styles representative of the people who sported them, and the spirit of the neighborhoods in which they walked. This is Carroll Gardens.   Burt Goldberg, 68 Occupation Professor Where are you headed? Nowhere Tell...
All things considered, most of us are good with forgoing the Olympics this year, content to watch Brazil’s games from the comfort of our own countries. And it seems especially reasonable to take a pass on Zika (et al.), when you just happen to live in Brooklyn, where there’s an unprecedented number of bars and restaurants serving singularly Brazilian food and drink, from Bahia’s bobo de camarão and Southern-style churrasco, to bouncy brigadeiro balls...

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