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The Continuing Saga Of Mike’s Kosher Steakhouse

In a previous post, we parenthetically asked whatever happened to the whole Mike’s Kosher Steakhouse story. Well, It’s been over a year since Mike’s Kosher Steakhouse was shut down under a cloud of allegations — co-owner Mikel Domgjoni was arrested for attempting to molest an 18 year old waitress, and co-owner Nasser “Nando” Ghorchian accused […]

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Lilah Tov Mike’s Kosher Steak

Many BHB readers have emailed and commented to us today that Mike's Kosher Steakhouse on Clark Street has covered up its windows and appears to be out of business. The business seemed doomed from the start, opening in one of the nabe's many "cursed" locations, 52 Clark Street.  When the restaurant opened, BHB commenter Annulla […]

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Tazza Second Location?

A BHB commenter mentioned a couple of weeks ago that Tazza would be opening a second location in the old Mike’s Steakhouse location on Clark Street. Today, someone has posted that rumor on Chowhound. When contacted Tazza a couple of weeks ago the barista on duty didn’t know anything about the rumored expansion. Ok, so […]

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Corner of Cranberry: What’s Next?

UPDATE: Sadly, it appears now that the Wine Bar at 50 Henry Street, the best by far of the lot, has closed, according to the Brooklyn Eagle. With news that three four of the four “Corner of Cranberry” businesses have been shuttered (looks like the liquor license for the 60 Henry businesses expires tomorrow), we’re […]

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How Kosher is Kosher?

Nabe journo Walter Ellis writes about his kitchen renovation, his neighbor’s renovation halted when the Orthodox Jewish contractor refused to work with a German architect, and other existential issues in his column in the Belfast Telegraph.  One passage brings news of happenings at Mike’s Kosher Steakhouse: Round the corner from our apartment in Brooklyn Heights […]

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