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Where Jews Can Enjoy ‘Chinese Food Christmas’ In Brownstone Brooklyn
Food & Drink

Where Jews Can Enjoy ‘Chinese Food Christmas’ In Brownstone Brooklyn

Photo via AJ Brustein / flickr [https://www.flickr.com/photos/ajbrusteinthreesixfive/8308235179/in/photolist-dEaSS8-7MBk6D-qy8tjX-4fFu73-7XyVo-b1RqZP-5LRp4k-eojM-fryWCv-i9pa8J-96ixCp-pAkAzj-i9pzFG-i9pCEi-i9pK6V-i9pgAA-qByinS-94D3ka-b4uUER-7Mmw8o-i9puUX-i9pesf-i9puaF-i9pT8f-i9oQKH-94qk5e-94ELeA-8CWJhQ-dFW7ev-dDWKaj-i9poo1-i9pTrk-94HeeK-i9pxy6-CmzHBL-i9pQkG-i9p8uz-i9psC2-i9q8kx-i9p9u8-aGbzaB-pE7FJ8-qkd6oH-i9p6pG-i9omnk-b1kQhp-dGZVBz-i9pyni-i9p4Kb-i9pcXv] It’s no myth. Jews have been eating Chines

Check Out 3 New Bensonhurst Restaurants: From Milk Buns To Penne
Bensonhurst

Check Out 3 New Bensonhurst Restaurants: From Milk Buns To Penne

The inside of new restaurant Galici An Ital-American Eatery. Photo by frankthetank7 [https://www.instagram.com/p/BJx6pGbBOTE/]While the most well-known bites [/top-bensonhurst-pizzerias-according-to-our-readers/#.V-Hi2ZMrKqQ] in Bensonhurst are often also some the area’s most old school [/tasty-bagels-voted-best-bagel-shop-bensonhurst/#.V-HieZMrKqQ] joints, these fresh three eateries are heralding plenty of love from

Dining Review: Gentle Breeze Of East Wind Snack Shop Remains As Comfortable As Ever
Food & Drink

Dining Review: Gentle Breeze Of East Wind Snack Shop Remains As Comfortable As Ever

Pork Belly Gwa Bao, “GWACO”. (Photo by Donny Levit / Park Slope Stoop)How happy are the Happy Buddha Vegetables? It’s hard to say, really. While it’s been open for about 18 months [/blog/business/new-dumpling-spot-to-open-on-16th-street-with-chinese-new-year-celebration/] , East Wind Snack Shop [http://www.eastwindsnackshop.com/] may still be somewhat of

Same Owner And Digs, Hey Hey Canteen To Replace 2 Duck Goose
Food & Drink

Same Owner And Digs, Hey Hey Canteen To Replace 2 Duck Goose

Photo via Hey Hey Canteen [https://www.facebook.com/heyheycanteen/photos/pb.987125654716699.-2207520000.1465320943./987136394715625/?type=3&theater] Owner Kay Ch’ien will open Hey Hey Canteen [http://www.heyheycanteen.com/] (440 4th Avenue at 6th Street) after closing 2 Duck Goose [/blog/business/2-duck-goose-wont-be-it-for-time-being-plans-2016-re-opening/], her former Cantonese-inspired restaurant

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