Vanderbilt Avenue location of Beer Street. Courtesy of Josh Meckes of Beer Street.PROSPECT HEIGHTS — The second location of Beer Street [https://www.beerstreetny.com/] at 550 Vanderbilt Avenue, opening in the next two weeks, will offer both beer aficionados and novices beers both classic and rare, a menu by
Gratitude Cafe, coffee bar interior. (Photo by Anni Irish / Ditmas Park Corner) PLG Coffee House and Tavern, previously known as Gratitude Cafe, recently celebrated its third summer in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens. Originally opened as a spot for baked goods, sandwiches and coffee [/blog/food/plg-bite-day-gratitude-coffee-croissants/], Gratitude Cafe is run by husband-and-wife
Market [http://marketcortelyou.com] (1211 Cortelyou Road between Westminster and Argyle Roads) is making a transition this week from general provisions stockist to craft beer specialty destination. “We will keep a small selection of cheese and meat, as well as our coffee, and some beer-related snacks,” the Market staff says.
Congratulations are in order for South Slope’s very own Owl Farm [http://theowlfarmbar.com/blog/] (297 9th Street). The bar received a nod from L Magazine this week, in their 2012 list of best new Brooklyn bars [http://www.thelmagazine.com/TheMeasure/archives/2012/12/17/the-10-best-new-brooklyn-bars-of-2012?page=5]