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  1. A Rare Guatemalan Restaurant Is Tucked Away in Jamaica, QueensRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Eater

    Sure, there are plenty of Guatemalan dishes on the menu at Queens' Tierras Centroamericanas. And you'll also find grocery stores in Dyker Heights and Bath Beach, Brooklyn that have cleared away space for a table or two and started serving the meal-size soups of the Central American nation.

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  2. How to Dine Like Robert SietsemaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 23 | Eater

    Welcome to the third edition of the Eater NY Golden Slice Awards, a recurring series that recognizes outstanding neighborhood pizzerias around the five boroughs. In contrast to many of the fashionable destination pizza parlors that get the lion's... One day, just as the weather began turning frigid and a stiff breeze blew from the west, two friends and I decided to embark on a Caribbean mini-vacation without ever leaving Brooklyn.

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  3. More #ADayWithoutImmigrants Closings and Other IntelRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 16 | Eater

    Yesterday, Eater NY reported that all Blue Ribbon locations will be closed today, along with Frankies 457 Spuntino and Prime Meats . UPDATE: Beatrice Inn will open at 525 West 29 St., inspired by travels through Mexico, say co-owners Paula and Fernando Lopez.

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  4. Atlantic Social, the Latest from the Talde Team, Wants to Please CrowdsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 16 | Eater

    Dale Talde, David Massoni, and John Bush of Three Kings Restaurant Group have earned a reputation for building solid neighborhood restaurants instead of flash, even though Talde is a Top Chef alum and celebrity chef. And though the group recently closed Pork Slope and Thistle Hill Tavern and have shifted focus to Manhattan, the Three Kings are not finished with Brooklyn neighborhood dining.

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  5. Why Not Eat Actual Hearts on Valentine's Day?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 9 | Eater

    Valentine's Day is a heart-driven holiday. We give and get heart-shaped candies with messages, chocolate bonbons in heart-shaped boxes, heart-shaped valentines, heart-shaped pendants, and intertwined hearts on rings.

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  6. One from Miami, another from Venice, Two Restaurant Imports Will Open ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 9 | Eater

    The clubstaurant first opened in Miami eight years ago and today it's managed by the company that also owns SushiSamba . "Chinese-Indian from Trinidad, then the San Francisco Bay area and for years now, South Florida, Balloo cooked alongside Michelle Bernstein at Azul," the Miami Herald reported , "and has soaked up international influences from Argentina, Cuba and Japan."

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  7. Cooking Like a Korean Grandmother in BrooklynRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 8 | Eater

    Telling Esther Choi that she cooks like a grandma is a compliment - and it won't surprise her. Having just opened her first standalone restaurant Mokbar in Park Slope at 212 Flatbush Ave., the minimalist decor is standard new Brooklyn but everything else is rooted in Choi's relationship with her Korean grandmother, Jungok Yoo.

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  8. NYC Now Sells the Most Expensive Cup of Coffee in the U.S., and More IntelRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 6 | Eater

    As Florence Fabricant reported in the New York Times last week, new coffee shop Extraction Lab has opened in Industry City in Sunset Park as the headquarters of Alpha Dominche , the company behind the ultra-fancy "steampunk" machine, which Bedford and Bowery describes as "a cross between a French press and a draft beer tap. . . operated by an iPad app and designed to combine all the elements of drip, French press, and espresso brewing."

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  9. Chelsea Market's Mokbar Will Open by Barclays CenterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 6 | Eater

    After three years in Chelsea Market, Esther Choi will expand Mokbar with her first freestanding restaurant set to open Wednesday at 212 Flatbush Ave. Choi likes the community surrounding the new location, especially as a contrast to her market stall. "Chelsea Market had a lot of tourists," says Choi, "and this area of Brooklyn is more of a neighborhood."

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  10. Grazing at Gotham Market at the AshlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 3 | Eater

    Especially in Midtown, the Financial District, and Chelsea, the market for food courts may be saturated. In the last couple of years they've been sprouting like spring flowers, each new one modifying the formula to best exploit the ungainly spaces they are often fitted into.

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  11. DC's Hottest Restaurant Rose's Luxury Will Be in NYC for One Night OnlyRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 2 | Eater

    The chef behind a nationally acclaimed, impossible-to-get-into DC restaurant will be making an appearance in Brooklyn for one night only next week. Aaron Silverman of Rose's Luxury is cooking with fellow neighborhood restaurant star Olmsted and its chef Greg Baxtrom in Prospect Heights on Monday, Febraury 6th.

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  12. A Controversial Restaurant Remains a Politicians' Go-To, Luksus Closes, and More IntelRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 1 | Eater

    Woodland on 242 Flatbush Ave. in Brooklyn "has been a popular stop for elected officials to court campaign donors," with nearly 20 political fundraisers held here since 2012. Mayor Bill de Blasio and others have hosted fundraisers here, one of three spots from twins Robert and Zhan Petrosyants, who pleaded guilty in 2014 in Brooklyn Federal Court to a money-laundering scheme, reports DNAinfo.

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  13. Parm Williamsburg Closes For Construction Less Than Five Months After OpeningRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 31 | Eater

    Womp, womp: Less than five months after opening, Parm 's newest location in Williamsburg is out of commission. Rich Torrisi , Mario Carbone , and Jeff Zalaznick debuted the outpost of their crowd-pleasing Italian American restaurant at 162 North 4th St. last September - after a three-year buildout.

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  14. East 12th Osteria Finally Closes, a Pair of Bar-Related Crimes, and More IntelRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 30 | Eater

    "The restaurant from chef Roberto Deiaco had 14 open warrants from the government, mostly for unpaid sales tax, according to the Department of Tax and Finance. The unpaid taxes went as far back as February 2013, the year that the restaurant opened," Eater reported .

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  15. Gaze Upon Gotham Market at The Ashland, Brooklyn's Newest Food HallRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 27, 2017 | Eater

    Fort Greene now has a shiny new food hall on the ground floor of one of the neighborhood's luxury apartment buildings. Gotham Market at The Ashland - from the organizers of the popular Gotham Market in Hell's Kitchen - brings eight new dining options to area.

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  16. Korean Fast-Casual Spot Korilla BBQ Is Opening a Downtown Brooklyn LocationRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 26, 2017 | Eater

    Brooklyn lunch fiends will soon have a new place to eat bulgogi burritos and Korean barbecue pork rice bowls at 2 MetroTech, near Lawrence Street. Popular Korean fast-casual burrito and bowl spot, Korilla BBQ will open a location in Downtown Brooklyn by late spring or early summer, the second brick and mortar location after its East Village flagship at 23 3rd Ave. Owner Edward Song originally launched Korilla BBQ as a food truck that he has parked in the neighborhood every other week for nearly two years, giving him momentum that has garnered over 12,000 Instagram followers and over 25,000 Twitter fans.

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  17. Brooklyn's Dover, Bunk Sandwiches, and More Recent Restaurant ClosuresRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 25, 2017 | Eater

    For nine years, the duo ran the 30-seat restaurant, with Ploszaj helming the kitchen and Guarino running the front of house. "Working in a small place was a great stepping stone, because it basically gave us an education on how everything works in the business, they told the magazine.

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  18. Sahadi's Snags Nomination for America's Classics from James Beard FoundationRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 25, 2017 | Eater

    Sahadi's in Brooklyn is a New Yorker's favorite for a never-ending selection beans, dried fruits and nuts, olives, hundreds of cheeses, breads, and prepared foods. Today it earns a place among America's Classics, with the 2017 James Beard award announced this morning.

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  19. Hold Onto Your Deep Dishes; Emmy Squared is Opening in ManhattanRead the original story

    Jan 24, 2017 | Eater

    Owners Emily and Matt Hyland of hit Brooklyn pizzerias, Emily and Emmy Squared , are opening a Manhattan location of their Detroit-style pizza restaurant, Emmy Squared . The couple is taking over the 35 Downing St. space that is currently home to Blue Ribbon Bakery Kitchen , set to close at the end of January .

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  20. Brooklyn Doesn't Really Need a Restaurant like LeucaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 24, 2017 | Eater

    If you wanted to dismiss Leuca offhand, you just say it's just another Italian restaurant in Brooklyn. But I assure you, there's more to it than that.

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