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The 60,000-square foot DeKalb Market Hall purposely devoted a majority of its headquarters to up-and-coming, Brooklyn-born purveyors. Yet there’s no denying their marquee vendors’ entrenched, Lower East Side cred: that would be the 129-year-old Katz’s, which has peddled pastrami on the corner of E. Houston since 1888. But to hear owner Jake Dell tell it, the deli’s once-in-a-century expansion could only have happened in Brooklyn. And certainly, even the staunchest borough advocates wouldn’t dream of engaging...
DeKalb Market Hall is indubitably the year’s biggest opening, in every way, shape, form and, well, size. Occupying 60 thousand-square feet of prime, downtown Brooklyn real estate, the labyrinthine basement of the City Point (itself a behemoth of big box options like Target, Century 21 and Trader Joe's, together with Alamo Drafthouse, Fortina restaurant and a branch of Han Dynasty) is officially NYC’s most imposing indoor food court, boasting 40 quality vendors and counting. That said,...
Downtown Brooklyn sure is changing. New towers, new food markets, soup dumplings, and now the latest coming attraction: An Alamo Draft House, the original destination for eating, drinking (alcohol), and watching movies all at the same time, is about to join this Downtown party. Yesterday, Alamo Draft House announced its new seven-screen cinema as part of the colossal City Point development in Downtown Brooklyn. Movies, sandwiches, beers, and spirits—and an explicit "no talking, no texting" policy—will unleash themselves upon the...
Owing to a fire at the upstate factory for Gabila's Knishes, which turns out 15 million pastries per year, we've been in the middle of a drought for weeks now. "My heart is broken," says one fan. "Get over it! Get a life! It's just a knish," says a chef at Katz's. Trying, divisive times. Mercifully, the factory has promised to be back in business by Thansgivukkah, and we can forget this ever happened. Follow...

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