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Yesterday, Eater revealed that perennially popular Brooklyn restaurant Franny's would be levying a 3% surcharge on its checks to alleviate the costs of the Affordable Care Act for all Franny's employees. The surcharge (an explanation for which now appears at the base of each menu) comes in addition to a general raise in the pizzeria's prices; pastas are now $19, pizzas are $20. Co-owner Francine Stephens told Eater that the price-hike was made in an effort...

Say Cheese!

Prospect Heights provisions shop and food-lover’s paradise Bklyn Larder—owned, of course, by the same folks who brought you Franny’s—has introduced a cheese subscription service that celebrates the “seasonality of cheese,” which we didn’t know was a thing either! Each month, you, or the person you very, very kindly buy it for, will receive three half-pound blocks of fresh-cut cheeses. Subscriptions are available for three, six, or twelve months, and they’ll set you back about...
Owned and operated by Francine Stephens and Andrew Feinberg (of the ever-popular Franny's and Bklyn Larder), Marco's opened up in the original Franny's space on Flatbush Avenue last year, and expectations were high. After all, Stephens and Feinberg pretty much put this part of Brooklyn on the culinary map, and ten years in, dining at Franny's can still involve a 45-minute-plus wait, even at 9pm on a Wednesday. But while it might have seemed...
Oh, dads. Whether they're being portrayed as bumbling sitcom idiots or unintentionally starting ironic trends, dads simply just can't catch a break. Not only does Mother's Day come first, but it also tends to be a lot more of a big whoop—there are brunch deals and flower sales all over the city. But Father's Day? Eh. But you, good sons and daughters of Brooklyn, shall rise above the unappreciative masses. This year, forgo the usual...

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