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Community Board 7 Could Vote On Sidewalk Café Permit For Hamilton’s Next Week
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Community Board 7 Could Vote On Sidewalk Café Permit For Hamilton’s Next Week

[https://www.facebook.com/hamiltons2826/photos/pb.436150933097151.-2207520000.1415123664./739233956122179/?type=3&theater] Photo via Hamilton’s [https://www.facebook.com/hamiltons2826/photos/pb.436150933097151.-2207520000.1415123664./739233956122179/?type=3&theater] After wading through a lengthy approval process [/business/cb-7-committee-approves-hamiltons-rezoning-request-bringing-restaurants-dream-of-a-sidewalk-cafe-one-step-closer-to-reality] , Hamilton’s (2826 Fort Hamilton Parkway) may

Ditmas Park Residents Set To Celebrate The Debut Of Their Vietnamese Restaurant
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Ditmas Park Residents Set To Celebrate The Debut Of Their Vietnamese Restaurant

Pictured from left: Miro Gal, Lien Lin, Jed Freedlander, Edward Lin. Photo via Park Slope Stoop [http://parkslopestoop.com/blog/business/a-look-inside-bricolage-the-new-modern-vietnamese-restaurant-set-to-open-soon-on-5th-avenue] .After two Ditmas Park residents hoping to open a beer and banh mi spot couldn’t find the right location in our neighborhood, they moved on to Park

Ox Cart Tavern’s David Pitula & Jim Mamary Plan Asian Fusion Restaurant On Cortelyou Road
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Ox Cart Tavern’s David Pitula & Jim Mamary Plan Asian Fusion Restaurant On Cortelyou Road

Ox Cart Tavern’s David Pitula and Jim Mamary [http://www.oxcarttavern.com/aboutus.html] have, for several years, been searching for a place for their next venture in the neighborhood – and when the former Cortelyou Suprette [/blog/business/the-cortelyou-superette-crew-moves-to-the-keystone-state] (1120 Cortelyou Road) became available, the two knew they’d

Restaurant At 4th Avenue And 16th Street: Take Three!
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Restaurant At 4th Avenue And 16th Street: Take Three!

Following Boqueroncito [/blog/business/boqueroncito-which-took-over-country-boys-space-at-568-4th-avenue-is-closed-again] , which filled the space after Country Boys closed [/blog/business/for-salelease-sign-up-at-country-boys], yet again a restaurant has set up shop at 568 4th Avenue. Inside it looks pretty much the same, and outside is the same red-and-white awing — but with a new name stenciled on: 2

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