Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Edible Brooklyn: New Eats in Park Slope and Billburg

North 4th Restaurants

In Williamsburg, workers getting spaces ready for two new eateries on North Fourth Street between Bedford and Driggs. One is a San Loco, an outpost of the local East Village/LES Mexican eatery chain. The other is Banbalotto, a Mediterranean restaraurant and hooka bar.

Meanwhile, in Park Slope, Sweet Melissa, the Cobble Hill Court Street bakery is opening a branch in the Seventh Avenue storefront vacated by the Microchip Cafe at 175 Seventh Avenue, according to Only the Blog Knows Brooklyn. Meanwhile, Tempo Presto is going to occupy the space vacted by Mojo Cafe at 207 Seventh Avenue. The Seventh Avenue branch will be a cafe featuring coffee and desert.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

actually the new eats are between bedford and driggs right next to FUN.

11:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This if by far one of the worst bars I have ever been too. I've lived in the neighborhood for the last couple of years, and generally love haning out around here. This place though takes all the fun out of going out. The service is terrible, and it's completely empty. There's no energy and it's just plain boring. There are so many other, better places to go, I wouldn't waste my money on them again!

1:44 AM  

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