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Red Hook, New York is located in Dutchess County. Zip codes in Red Hook, NY include 12571, and 12507. The median home price in Red Hook is $289,000 which is roughly $162/per square foot. More Red Hook information.

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Wednesday Sep 10 | The Brooklyn Daily Eagle

The top ten coolest places in Carroll Gardens

Plans for the neighborhood's development were launched before the Civil War, though it didn't get its present-day name until the mid-1960s. Just a small slice of Carroll Gardens is a city landmarked district, but the neighborhood is a veritable treasure trove of historic houses.

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Tue Sep 09, 2014


Review: Kitchen 79 Offers Southern Thai Dishes Unseen in NYC

For the last few years New Yorkers have been obsessing on Isaan food from Thailand's impoverished northeast, an area dominated by the Mekong River and influenced by the neighboring cuisines of Laos and Cambodia. Its most prominent contribution to the Siamese menu are the shredded green-papaya salads called somtams, but there are also beef and pork jerkies, ground-meat salads, an appreciation of sticky rice, barbecued chickens, and stir-fries highlighting river catfish, duck, and pork.


Fri Sep 05, 2014

The Brooklyn Paper

Meadows of Shame: Parks big: Sorry for Red Hook fence snafu

Next question: Councilman Carlos Menchaca calls on a commenter at a community meeting in Red Hook discussing the unannounced fencing-off of part of Valentino Park. The parks department is playing defense after it cordoned off the waterfront section of a Red Hook Park in the dog days of summer without advance notice.


NYC: StreetsPAC Releases Second Round of Albany Endorsements

StreetsPAC released its second round of endorsements for the state legislature today , announcing its support for State Senate and Assembly candidates in Queens, Brooklyn, and Suffolk County. "We really value the chance to meet with candidates, hear their stories and discuss how we can work together to improve the streets of their districts," said StreetsPAC board member Hilda Cohen in a press release.


Sun Aug 31, 2014

New York Post

Are American distillers beating their Scottish counterparts?

When Daric Schlesselman had the idea to start a distillery several years ago, a related notion followed on its heels: He'd buck the trend by making a malt whiskey.


Fri Aug 29, 2014

Red Hook's Only Thai Restaurant Opens on Van Brunt Street

The neighborhood's only Thai restaurant opened on Van Brunt Street this week, offering authentic flavors from northern Thailand, its owners said.


Here's What Happened at Brooklyn's Outdoor Markets This Summer

For many people in Brooklyn, summer means outdoor food markets: joining the throngs at Smorgasburg, stopping by a farmers market or grabbing a taco at the Brooklyn Flea.


Tue Aug 26, 2014

The Item

Port Authority dock deal probed

The Manhattan District Attorney's Office is investigating a secret, $25 million legal settlement between the Port Authority and a politically-connected seaport company that excused $15 million in unpaid rent at the docks in Brooklyn and Newark and handed over $10 million of public money to cover other debts.


Sheepshead Bites

Is De Blasio Snubbing Southern Brooklyn?

Mayor Bill de Blasio appears to be avoiding Southern Brooklyn neighborhoods that supported his electoral rival, Joe Lhota, including Sheepshead Bay and Bensonhurst, according to a report in the New York Observer.


Thu Aug 21, 2014

WNYC-AM New York

Ticketing For Dangerous Driving Up in (Almost) Every NYC Neighborhood

Almost every precinct in the city is writing more tickets for the most dangerous moving violations, according to a WNYC analysis of data from the New York Police Department.


The Brooklyn Daily Eagle

Weather-beaten but winning: Red Hook's 154 Sullivan St.

Love Among the Ruins? For the real estate-obsessed, yes indeed. The paint on 154 Sullivan St. is a startling shade of powder blue.


Tue Aug 19, 2014

The Brooklyn Paper

Carroll Gardens: Cops: Stool-wielding bar-goer bashes his away along Smith St.

A furniture-wielding maniac terrorized Smith Street on Aug. 15, bashing people with a bar stool as he made his way along the street, cops said.


Mon Aug 18, 2014

Wall Street Journal

Graffiti Exhibit Is Artless to Bratton

Graffiti appears, intentionally, on the walls of multiple New York City art venues, including a former police precinct, but it still riles the police commissioner.



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