Thursday, April 19, 2007

Brooklyn Nibbles: Boerum Hill Edition


[Photo courtesy of bicyclist/flickr]

Some news--mainly of the bad variety--from the Boerum Hill front:

1) Zoila is reported to be closing. The sandwich spot on Hoyt Street is said to be looking for a new space on Atlantic Avenue. Until then, where to go for something on a Ciabatta?

2) Locals continue to mourn the imminent demise of the Brooklyn Inn at Bergen and Hoyt. Its last day is April 30. On May 1, the owners of the building take control of the space. While it's said the space will turn into some kind of bistro-ish restaurant, and emailer writes, "Get thee quick to the bar for a last pint. Equally let's hope it stays a nice cozy local bar...just like it is."

3) Brawta on Atlantic Avenue and Hoyt Street has been seized by the Feds. Uh huh. Our friends at Eater report via the EaterWire that Brawta was seized for failure to pay taxes. We haven't walked past it, but we can only assume this bodes equally ill for Brawta Outpost in Park Slope.

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Blogger gina said...

I'm sad to see the Brooklyn Inn go! It is such a great spot.

5:31 PM  

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