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  • aeshtron

    Cranberry’s closing would be a MAJOR loss for the neighborhood!

    I’ll be the grown person crying in front of the store.

    Jim is a beautiful person and the neighborhood will never feel the same to me without Cranberry’s.

    Thank you to Cranberry’s for all the yummy food and warm emotions!

  • Karl Junkersfeld

    This is a real heartbreaker for me. I moved to Brooklyn Heights in 1980, coincidentally the same time that Cranberries moved to its present location on Henry. I spent many a time sitting on their bench with a coffee and a Moses specialty lox and bagel. So many great conversations on that bench with neighborhood residents and tourists. Life is so ephemeral. I thank James, his beautiful family and especially his mother who was instrumental in starting this wonderful family owned business. Just another example of how the world turns to my great dismay.

  • Reggie
  • Cranberry Beret

    Jack the Horse looks to be shutting down. All of the china and liquor is being sorted and labelled for sale or auction. Tim and Micki had a good run and I wish them the best for whatever comes next, and I hope the employees land on their feet (with luck for the neighborhood, in a new restaurant in this location!)

  • Clara West

    Anyone who wants to avoid outdoor eating that doesn’t include
    sitting in street with cars, trucks and passing pedestrians?
    Check out the great job the done by the Park Plaza Restaurant.
    Outdoor eating at its best in these trouble times..

  • ColumbiaHeightster

    Basically looking at myself in a mirror.