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While the tiny, tricky-to-access Columbia Waterfront District may have supported some of the borough’s longest-running establishments (centenarian Ferdinandos, 15-year-old Alma, 12-year-old Petite Crevette), and convinced patrons to walk a mile from the nearest subway to wait two hours for vinegar cocktails and fish sauce wings, the neighborhood is anything but a sure bet for restaurants. TV infamy wasn’t enough to buoy Carla Hall’s Southern Kitchen, and though Andy Ricker may be the beneficiary of...
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...
Considering the innumerable obstacles inherent in jumpstarting a restaurant, it’s no wonder that half of one season’s most eagerly awaited openings invariably roll over into the next. And this winter, our continued anticipation of holdouts like Lilia, the Frederick Berselius project and Carla Hall’s Southern Kitchen, is only equaled by our excitement about other, more recently announced ventures, from a Katz Deli outpost and a takeout spot from the Emily team, to yet another...

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