When the manager at Rusty Nail [http://rustynailbrooklyn.com], a recently-opened bar located at 1701 Foster Avenue, between E. 17th and E. 18th streets, went by the business today, they noticed something extremely upsetting. The words “Stay Close” had been spray painted in black on two of the outside walls.
Welcome back to openings and closings. This week, we say hello to lifelike chocolate statues and gold lobster rolls, and goodbye to a beloved 22-year-old deli. Openings: Flatbush/Ditmas Park Rusty Nail and Memphis Seoul [https://memphisseoulbbq.com] 1701 Foster Avenue, between E. 17th and E. 18th streets. > [https://www.
Exterior of new bar Rusty Nail. Photo by Liena Zagare.DITMAS PARK – Mamma Lucia’s will become Rusty Nail and serve Korean and Southern fusion comfort food. The team behind the farm-to-table restaurant The Farm on Adderley [/lunch-date-omelet-at-the-farm-ditmas-park/] and the Sycamore Bar + Flower Shop [/sycamore-re-opens-clean-bill-sans-flower-shop-food-court/] have chosen Memphis Seoul [/tastes-of-franklin-festival-launches-in-crown-heights-this-sunday/