Fairway says fair-thee-well to Superstorm Sandy.
Four months after Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc in Red Hook, destroying businesses and homes with its surges, employees put the finishing touches on the gutted and entirely renovated Fairway Market, which opened last Friday.
Sure it’s technically only a few subway stops away, but sometimes for Manhattanites, it seems like Brooklyn might as well be located in Connecticut or New Jersey. Now, at long last, our friends across the river won’t even have to make the trek over here to enjoy Union Market, our borough’s beloved purveyor of all things delicious.
Italian immigrants brought new ingredients to Brooklyn—and the American diet.
As we barrel ahead toward Christmas Day (that’s a vinegar joke, get it?) we’d just like to add one more item to the list of extremely last-minute gift ideas we presented on Monday. That would be a lovely glass bottle of the malt vinegar made with Brooklyn Brewery Brown Ale in-house by the owners of The Brooklyn Kitchen. It’s sweet and tart, practically drinkable, and just $7.99 at the shop, which can be found at 100 Frost Street at the corner of Meeker Avenue.
The photos on the storefront of the new member-owned Greene Hill Food Co-op are comprised of people from its surrounding communities, signifying the co-op’s desire…
Cooperative Efforts: Hard at work on the new store. Photo by Kelsy Chauvin/Greene Hill Food Co-Op Even the most die-hard Manhattanites likely know Brooklyn’s…