The restaurant embraces a craving you might not have known you had, a desire for old-school red sauce Italian-American food.
The beer and pies here are made for each other—literally.
Made out of 22 recycled shipping containers, DeKalb Market opened July 23 and is Brooklyn’s newest outdoor market. Found at Fulton Mall (that’s 332 Flatbush Avenue Extension) it encompasses the Brooklyn zeitgeist not just with its cool use of upcycling, but its mix of local eateries, retail shops, an incubator farm and even an Internet radio station, BBox Radio. DeKalb Market is open year-round, seven days a week, from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.
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