True to the website’s mission, the food program hopes to scale up without losing its crafty spirit.
From East Williamsburg to the East Village, here’s where our editors and writers are seeking refuge from the cold this week.
The Brooklyn Public Library celebrated Pi Day, March 14, by opening a café in cooperation with the pie shop Four & Twenty Blackbirds.
It’s hard to say which shots from 2013 were our photo editor’s favorites. All the same, consider the following to be just a few of our highlights.
On a nearly forgotten strip between the Navy Yard and DUMBO, amid the Greek Revival row houses and cobblestone, sits Vinegar Hill House. The cuisine is sometimes haute, sometimes down home Americana, but always outstanding.
The summer issue of Edible Brooklyn is ripe for the reading! The pages are at the printer, but you can already read the digital edition on any screen, and we recommend doing so in the sun.
Take a trip to the waterfront.
Zeb Stewart hosts Brooklyn’s restaurant royalty in his Bushwick backyard.