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Heritage Radio is the food-focused, listener-supported internet radio station that broadcasts from a studio attached to Roberta’s in Bushwick. Every week, many of the big players in the food world  Read more

Not much has changed since Emiliano Coppa and Anna Klinger opened Park Slope’s Al di Là in 1998 and that’s how both the owners and regulars like it. A number  Read more

Ligaya Mishan treks to Midwood to try the city’s lone Moldovan restaurant, called, well, Moldova. The design is kitschy but, “I felt as if I had crashed a wedding and  Read more

Stephen Tanner, who’s preparing to open dive bar El Cortez soon, professes his love for the McDouble in an expletive and junk food laced discussion with The Robs. Tanner, who  Read more

As promised, Australian grilled cheese company Jafflechutes (Aussies call grilled cheese jaffles) will be dropping sandwiches to 30 to 40 New Yorkers next month. Brokelyn reports that the first drop  Read more

As reported last week, Brooklyn Fare’s Manhattan outpost is very close to opening. But now, it turns out, without the originally planned chef. The rumor has been circulating through the  Read more

Berg’n 899 Bergen Street, Crown Heights Phone: 718-857-2337 Website: www.bergn.com Status: Open The wait has been long, but Berg’n, the latest project from Flea and Smorgasburg co-founders Jonathan Butler and  Read more

Clinton Hill restaurant The Finch, from Roberta’s alum Gabe McMackin, is getting closer to opening and it now has a tentative menu up on its website. Dinner items include grilled  Read more

Eataly’s Nutella Bar will soon no longer be the only Nutella-pushing venue in town. A Nutella-focused shop called Nutelleria is planning to open soon in Park Slope, reports Park Slope  Read more

· A Night at Forlini’s · Five Last Chance Summer Foods to Eat Now · Nunu Chocolates Coming to Caramello Space in Park Slope · Rashida Jones to Produce New  Read more

Heritage Radio is the food-focused, listener-supported internet radio station that broadcasts from a studio attached to Roberta’s in Bushwick. Every week, many of the big players in the food world  Read more

SOHO — The Cleveland is hosting a Labor Day cookout. Max Sussman will be grilling hot dogs, burgers, and corn. There will also be kale salad. Items are $5 to  Read more

Chris Young and Stephen Tanner’s forthcoming barbecue/Mexican mashup El Cortez (they have apparently decided against calling it El Dorado) in Bushwick might not have a set menu until the day  Read more

This week Ligaya Mishan reviews Prospect Park South’s The Dogwood, a new butter-hued restaurant by North Carolina native Ashley Weavil. The food gets mixed reviews, but “the 1950s-era wedge salad  Read more

· New York Drinktivities Take the Booze Out of the Bar · The Strange History of Frozen Food · Zoe Restaurant Assets Selling for $175k · Inside Rocka Rolla, the  Read more

Last week two Eater editors ventured into the most unlikely restaurant to land in Park Slope, Grand Central Oyster Bar Brooklyn. The original Grand Central Oyster Bar is, of course,  Read more

The historic Essex Street Market won’t be moving out of its original home for another four years, but news of the move, which came last fall, has hurt a number  Read more

A long list of Momofuku alums looks back on the past 10 years at Momofuku Noodle Bar. Joaquin Baca, who now owns Brooklyn Star, sums it up: “At that time,  Read more

The hipster gentrification of Williamsburg, and more specifically an outpost of Swedish coffee shop Konditori on North 7th, literally drove one neighbor to the edge of sanity. Louis Segna, a  Read more

· Wylie Dufresne on How to Pickle Almost Everything · 10 Places to Eat Excellent Sushi in New York City · Top Chef Boston Contestants Revealed · Explore the Battle  Read more

GREENPOINT — Saltie’s Caroline Fidanza is returning to Achilles Heel for another Mr. Curry night on August 28. The menu is inspired by London’s curry houses and dishes will range  Read more

After closing down both its Whole Foods outposts last month, critical darling Yuji Ramen will, as promised, start dishing up bowls of its hit ramen and mazemen once again. Starting  Read more

As has long been expected, the Park Slope outpost of Terroir closed after service Monday night. Paul Grieco and Marco Canora put the space up for rent back in May,  Read more

FORT GREENE — No. 7 is celebrating its sixth birthday with a three course family style fish fry on September 5. Jonathan Wu from Fung Tu will be helping out  Read more

Pete Wells files a review of Patti Jackson’s new Williamsburg restaurant, Delaware and Hudson this week, where the four-course prix fixe menu shows elements of Italian cuisine as well as  Read more

As Labor Day approaches, so too does the season of big restaurant openings. Between now and the end of the year, many new restaurants will make their debut. This fall  Read more

Fifteen years ago, chef Alan Harding was a pioneer in Brooklyn restaurants. He owned more than 12 total, including Patois on Smith Street and palled around with Mario Batali. Now,  Read more

· Gutting the Silver Spurs Space to Make Way for Teavana · Five Guys is Testing Customizable Milkshakes · Eight Crazy Foods to Try at the State Fair of Texas  Read more

MIDTOWN WEST — A burst pipe last night in the ceiling of The Modern has forced the restaurant to close temporarily for repairs. The restaurant’s team hopes to reopen for  Read more

Last week brought the early word that the team behind the hit Hell’s Kitchen wine bar Ardesia is planning a new spot in Williamsburg. Now Eater learns some details on  Read more

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