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Support Brooklyn Heights Wine Bar And Henry’s End GoFundMe Campaigns

Sharing two more local restaurants’ GoFundMe campaigns to help staff who have suffered a sudden loss of income. Two more neighborhood institutions that deserve our support. Let’s keep them afloat until we can meet again to wine and dine there! From Brooklyn Heights Wine Bar’s: Dear Friends & Neighbors, We miss you all and can’t wait to […]

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Rachel Antonoff on Brooklyn Heights: “[T]erminally casual. A little kooky.”

Fashion designer and Heights resident Rachel Antonoff, interviewed for Vice and asked how she would “[d]escribe the Brooklyn Heights style” answered: “Relaxed. Extremely casual, terminally casual. A little kooky.” Despite this ambiguous description, she says that, having lived here for one year, she considers it “the friendliest place on earth” and says “the weirdest thing” […]

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Heights History: The Story Behind Some of the North Heights’ Restaurants And A Look At Them From 47 Years Ago

Ever wondered what the story was behind your favorite restaurant? Well, it might be about more than food or even one man’s dream. Here is an exploration of how some Brooklyn Heights restaurants came to be and what their owners say best exemplifies their spirit. Plus, you will get to see what they looked like back in 1967!

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Lockhart Steele Lays The Smackdown On Brooklyn Heights

Lockhart Steele has built an impressive empire of blogs including Curbed and Eater. We’re fans and that won’t change anytime soon. However, a recent tweet from the plucky publisher may have taken us out of our comfort zone.

Ok, except for the fact, with some exceptions, he might be right.

Can a simple, tweeted out Foursquare check-in/chin music cause an entire neighborhood to have an existential crisis? You decide:

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Mr. J. Celebrates the (Slightly) Early Arrival of Spring

Spring doesn’t officially arrive for (as of the time of this posting) 48 hours and 40 minutes, but today had a lot of us fooled. Our man with cam took advantage of the balmy weather to play the flaneur and give us a visual as well as aural narrative of this balmy day in Brooklyn […]

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Winemaker Dinner at Brooklyn Heights Wine Bar

On Tuesday December 7th at 7pm, sip on local wine and taste seasonal fare at the Brooklyn Heights Wine Bar‘s Winemaker Dinner. The dinner features the wines of Brooklyn Oenology and Chef Chris Penn’s cuisine. Winemaker Alie Shaper and Heights Chateau’s wine expert Matthew LaSorsa will also be there to talk about wine pairings. The […]

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Scenes From Last Night’s BHA Pub Crawl

From left to right: past Brooklyn Heights Association President Tom van den Bout; Karen Auster, President, Auster Agency, Inc., planners of the event; and BHA President Jane McGroarty enjoy Promenade Prosecco Punch at Armando’s. Getting into the Brooklyn Bridge Buzz at Roebling Inn. (More photos and text after the jump.)

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Mr. Junkersfeld Reflects on Henry Street “Restaurant Row”

BHB contributor Karl Junkersfeld contemplates Henry Street’s “Restaurant Row” in light of the opening of Bread and Butter at 46 Henry Street.

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This week’s community calendar

The next two weeks are busy for community meetings — there’s the usual Community Board business, as well as updates on the BQE triple cantilever reconstruction project and city Department of Transportation’s ongoing project to rework Tillary Street and surface transit in Downtown. Here’s the calendar: (1) Tonight, Monday, at 6 pm, is Community Board […]

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Heights Wine Bar Opens

Oenophiles rejoice. The door was open, the bartender was pouring, and customers were enjoying their drinks and conversation at the new Brooklyn Heights Wine Bar, at Henry and Cranberry, on Thursday evening.

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