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According to Brooklyn Paper, Brooklyn Flea is moving out of its longtime home along the Williamsburg Waterfront, on the concrete block now known as 50 Kent, to a smaller lot in DUMBO, as the city inches ever closer to its overhaul of the waterfront area with the long-awaited completion of Bushwick Inlet Park. It looks like the move could be a permanent one, too. "We don't have any plans to move back now," said Flea co-founder...
For Mark Bollman, founder of Ball and Buck, a made-in-America menswear brand, quality counts. He has a true appreciation for the details—small and large—which added up together make for a high-performing company which prizes itself on the quality of its products and its ethical manufacturing practices. Or, as Bollman told me recently, “ was kind of created out of this genesis of seeing a gap in the market and seeing so many brands going oversea. So many brands are making things...
At this point, Smorgasburg and Brooklyn Flea have a reputation for making moves: Opening new locations, switching up old ones, and adding more local vendors of food, beverages, and goods than you could reasonably hope to have access to in one space. So it may not be surprising that they’re about to do it again. Starting Saturday and Sunday October 17 and 18, through March of next year, Brooklyn Flea and Smorgasburg will make a...
Per the basic rules of Bay Ridge’s dining scene as we’ve frequently outlined them, a local outpost of Zito’s seemed a sure bet for success—selling throwback Italian heroes made with Faicco’s sausage and chickpea panelle, and run by a couple of good old boys from the neighborhood. Yet it too has proved a casualty of 7604 Third Avenue, following would-be trailblazers like Aloha Grinds before it—an ahead of its time challenge to strongholds like Starbucks, featuring...

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