Thanksgiving can be stressful. Cooking in a too-small kitchen, worrying if the turkey will dry out, running out of wine, cleaning up after too many people. Luckily, this is Brooklyn, and all of that is optional. These 10 places are all serving Thanksgiving dinner this year — sans doing dishes. Meadowsweet
Welcome back to openings and closings. This week, we have lots of corporations joining our borough, as well as new tea and sweet shops. We’re saying goodbye to a Park Slope institution and see-you-later to the Mediterranean in Williamsburg. Openings: Wegmans21 Flushing Avenue, off of Navy Street. Navy Yard
Sterling Place between 7th and Flatbush Avenues. (Photo by Donny Levit / Park Slope Stoop)Congratulations to the gardeners, gardens, and businesses throughout the Slope who have won formidable accolades in Brooklyn Botanical Garden’s annual Greenest Block in Brooklyn [http://www.bbg.org/greenbridge/greenestblock#/tabs-1] awards. The Greenest Block
This Friday, August 15, you can eat something delicious and know that you’re helping the Gowanus Canal. The Gowanus Canal Conservancy [http://www.gowanuscanalconservancy.org/] has teamed up with several restaurants for the second annual Dive In Gowanus [http://www.gowanuscanalconservancy.org/ee/index.php/gcc_news/gcc_news?
Park Slope is a romantic town. With restaurants nestled amidst old brownstones on tree-lined blocks, our neighborhood is the perfect setting for an intimate dinner and moonlit stroll. Lucky for us hopeless romantics, we won’t have to roam far on Valentine’s Day; from Latin fusion to upscale seasonal
photo via Facebook [http://www.facebook.com/pages/Rose-Water/15590882101] Tomorrow at 1pm, tickets go on sale for Rose Water’s annual Salute to Swine [http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs007/1101517943745/archive/1110547300541.html#.UBAT7_qUCf4.facebook] . And if there is ever an meal that warrants eating out, it may