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The Village Voice’s annual Choice Eats event essentially kicked off spring’s jam-packed food festival season last Friday evening—hosting 50+ top-rated restaurants from across all five boroughs in the bi-level Metropolitan Pavilion, attempting to favorably rep their eateries with a single, carefully calibrated bite. And as expected, Brooklyn made an especially strong showing, whether they were peddling red meat (full points go to Fletcher’s spectacular, fat-rimmed burnt ends and honey cornbread, Boomwich’s pretzel bun-ensconced Reubenese sandwiches,...
Sometimes it seems like every corner of New York has its own doughnut shop (or at least a bodega where you can get one), a virtual Eden where an assortment of fried dough is readily available, just the way god intended. So when National Doughnut Day passed last week, we noticed we suddenly had a ring-shaped void in our hearts (and our stomachs), one that could only be filled by something dusted in powdered sugar and injected...
If the sight of a rack of perfectly made, cooling yeast doughnuts (like, say, the picture above) makes you get all Homer Simpson, then we have some good news for you. The Doughnut Plant, which has already conquered Manhattan with its square-shaped yeast doughnuts, is opening up its first outpost in Brooklyn on Wednesday. The shop announced via Facebook that its new storefront in Prospect Heights, just a couple blocks south of the Barclay's Center,...
Until recently, the Greenpoint doughnut scene has been, well, less of a scene and more like, one really, really great doughnut shop that was so synonymous with the neighborhood that it alone qualified as a "scene." But as of last Friday, the Greenpoint doughnut scene has doubled in size, and like every bonafide doughnut scene should, it now includes Cronut knockoffs. Greenpointers reported yesterday that Moe's Dough's Doughnut Shop (which really is a wonderful name)...

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