Photo by Shannon Geis/Ditmas Park CornerTribeca Pediatrics [https://www.tribecapediatrics.com/#home] announced this week that it plans to open its new Cortelyou Road location on November 5. The practice, which announced that it would take over the former John’s Bakery at 1322 Cortelyou Road in July [/blog/
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After John’s Bakery closed [/blog/food/after-decades-in-the-neighborhood-johns-bakery-closes-its-doors] late this summer, prompting many a tribute from neighbors [/blog/food/from-a-sea-of-blue-and-yellow-tributes-to-johns-bakery], the space at 1322 Cortelyou Road sat dormant for a while, leaving us to question what would set up shop at the site. Now, it looks like the store once
John’s Bakery [https://www.facebook.com/pages/Johns-Bakery-Bagels/306531762728786], a neighborhood institution that became an integral part of so many of our lives – serving its cakes and cookies at bridal parties, weddings, and baby showers; handing over the addictive egg sandwiches to the children of parents who had flocked
In “Best Food Holiday [/blog/food/celebrate-national-cheese-day-with-gooey-bites-around-the-neighborhood] Week Ever” news, National Donut Day [http://donutdayusa.com/] is this Friday, June 7. The holiday was created by the Salvation Army in 1938 to honor women who served soldiers donuts during WWI, and now we’re lucky enough to reap the benefits!
Juan Carlos Pinto [http://jcarlospinto.com/] and the Brooklyn Recycle Project [http://brooklynrecycleproject.tumblr.com/] were out on Cortelyou Road yesterday, inviting neighbors as part of the Brooklyn ARTery workshops [/blog/art-music/brooklyn-artery-brings-workshops-to-greenmarket-this-sunday] to help install a mosaic on a wall next to John’s Bakery. The Brooklyn Recycle Project’
What kind of deals can you get at neighborhood food joints? Time for a quick round-up: • College students can get 10% off at Salud [http://saludnyc.com/] (1308 Av H) with an ID. • John’s [http://www.yelp.com/biz/johns-bakery-and-pastry-shop-brooklyn] (1322 Cortelyou) gives a discount to staff of local