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Closed-Open-Closed: Is Le Petit Marche Brooklyn Heights’ Brigadoon?

We reported, in an update to a Saturday post, that Le Petit Marche had reopened, and that the DOH closure notices on the window and door had been removed or covered by colorful holiday posters. Below is a photo taken by your correspondent at about 4:30 p.m. yesterday: Although not visible in the photo, people […]

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Fish ‘n’ Chip Paper 11/23/09

Last week was a newhound’s dream… here are some of the headlines that you may have missed: The Le Petit Marche Drama: Le Petit Marche – DOH’d DOH: Third Strike for Le Petite Marche Le Petit Marche Blames Clerical Errors and Red Tape for Department of Health Shutdown Le Petit Marche to Re-open Tomorrow? Danish […]

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Le Petit Marche to Re-open Tomorrow?

Your correspondent has learned from a friend, who had made a reservation for Thanksgiving dinner at Le Petit Marche, that she has received a phone call from one of the owners of the restaurant, assuring her that the closure was indeed the result of a clerical error, claiming that it has now been rectified, and […]

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Le Petit Marche Blames Clerical Errors and Red Tape for Department of Health Shutdown

The management of Le Petit Marche claims that it was shutdown by the NYC Department of Health not over violations but rather issues related to a “clerical error” and bureaucratic “red tape”.  A notice has been posted at the eatery by the owners stating: Thank You Dear Valued Customers We are sincerely sorry for the inconvenience. Due […]

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DOH: Third Strike for Le Petit Marche

Le Petit Marche [46 Henry Street], as previously reported today, was closed by the Department of Health following it’s third subpar inspection since August, officials tell Brooklyn Heights Blog.  A look at the DOH website shows that the restaurant received 37 violation points in August and 44 in October. While the most recent inspection on […]

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Le Petit Marche – DOH’d

A BHB tipster writes in: Nothing yet on the yellow Health Department signs adorning Le Petit Marche? Matthew Parker comments: Earlier this morning I walked by Le Petite Marche on Henry St. There are two Board of Health signs on the front windows ordering the restaurant closed. I saw workers inside cleaning up. NYC  Department […]

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Dine in Brooklyn starts today!

Brooklyn’s own restaurant week, Dine in Brooklyn, starts today, and here’s a colorful PDF of all the participating restaurants. Those in Brooklyn Heights and DUMBO are listed below. The restaurant week is a great deal — between today and April 2, diners pay $23 for a three-course meal, but reservations need to be made in […]

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Foodies, start your engines! Dine in Brooklyn starts on March 23

The annual Dine in Brooklyn week begins on March 23, and five Brooklyn Heights restaurants will be participating. Between March 23 and April 2, diners can get a three-course meal for $23 at nearly 200 of the borough best’s restaurants. And, some restaurants are offering brunch for $23 per couple, including Café Buon Gusto and […]

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BHA Annual Meeting Live Blog

Watch this space tonight starting at 7:30pm for BHB's Live Blog from the BHA's Annual Meeting.  7:41pm: meeting underway! they just finished reading off all the dignitaries attending. Mostly, its just their minions. 7:45pm: brooklyn bridge park! 7:47pm: tobacco warehouse – bha against privatization and tear-down. they are also against noise. the next few years […]

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BHA Annual Meeting Tonight

Another year, another group of honorees tonight at the Brooklyn Heights Association's Annual Meeting.  Among those honored tonight will be Sammy from Pet Emporium and the owners of Le Petit Marche. BHB's invite to be honored was clearly lost in the mail again this year. New York Times columnist Clyde Haberman will be the keynote […]

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