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A pizzaiolo pokes at the edges of a pillowing pale crust with a knife, feebly attempting to prevent it overtaking the confines of a slim, coal-fired oven. On the plexi-shielded counter—instead of subdued marinara slices or dainty grandma-style squares—ponderous wedges of heavy cream-sauced dough threaten to eclipse their trays and slither onto the floor. This is Artichoke Basille’s, a profligate pizza shop fronted by a pair of gregarious, Staten Island-born cousins, which originated in Manhattan...
Are you a person who complains about your commute? Let me rephrase that—are you a person who breathes?  Well, complainers, it’s time to rejoice, because there’s going to be a whole lot more to complain about: Today, the MTA confirmed the details of one of the largest interruptions in NYC transit history. The long-rumored plan to shut down the L Train will officially start in 2019 and will stop all traffic between Brooklyn and...
So, you know that "for rent" sign posted outside of Angry Wade's back in November that we kind of blew off because the bar seemed to surge on like it had for the past 10+ years? Yeah, it wasn't actually lighthearted wall décor, it was a clear proposition for those who dared to replace the veteran Wisconsin-fan bar. And someone, or rather something, took the bait. DNAinfo talked with building owner Pedro Tavarez, and not...
The last time we saw Black Tree, they were serving sustainably sourced sandwiches in Crown Heights, many with a veggie-focused bent. They decamped to the Lower East Side in 2013, nipping and tweaking their local/seasonal concept, and as of last week, they’re back in a big way in Williamsburg, with a menu that’s both farm-to-table and nose-to-tail. Divided into “Small Things,” “Salad Things,” and “Animal Things,” offerings are largely informed by that week’s featured creature—from...

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