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Stuff Around the Neighborhood

Now we know what’s replacing Pete’s Waterfront Ale House: goodbye, eclectic and interesting menu; hello Brado Thin Crust Pizza. With Table 87 and Luzzo’s already in place, this stretch of Atlantic was really crying for another pie joint. CVS has announced their soon to be presence at Clinton and Montague, former home of Rite Aid. […]

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Eamonn’s on Montague Street Blacks Out Its Windows

The new Eamonn’s, which replaced Taperia virtually overnight two weeks ago, has added an interesting feature — blacked out windows. What the what? Here’s what Eamonn’s with clear windows looked like: Maybe it’s the fact that we remember the bad ol’ days when a place with blacked out glass like this meant something other than […]

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Eamonn’s Re-opens in Taperia’s Old Spot

It’s back for another round. Eamonn’s, the beloved Irish pub that closed in 2012 after serving Brooklyn Heights for 17 years has re-opened in its new location, 132 Montague Street, effective as of Wednesday lunch hour. The hours of the new Eamonn’s run from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. weeknights, with kitchen open till 1 […]

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Taperia Closed Indefinitely As Eamonn’s Promises Comeback In Its Place

The shake-up of the Montague Street restaurant scene continues. Taperia, the Spanish tapas restaurant and bar located at 132 Montague Street that opened in October 2013 to much fanfare appears to have closed indefinitely. A handwritten sign taped to the door reads: “Closed until further notice. Sorry for the inconvenience.” Meanwhile, a large banner hanging […]

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Hey, Good Luck With That Sentiment…

This graffiti is emblazoned outside 172-174 Montague Street, where demo has begun to supplant the two-story building that once housed Irish pub & restaurant Eammon’s of Brooklyn and Hallmark… As previously reported, the 8,150-square-foot property sold in June 2012 for $12 million, with plans for a highrise condo development. With a C5-2/DB zoning designation, it […]

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Last Minute Weekend Suggestions

In addition to tomorrow’s (Saturday, June 16) Atlantic Avenue Extravaganza, there are several other diverting (not in the subway sense) things to do this weekend. The Brooklyn Historical Society, 128 Pierrepont street (corner of Clinton) tomorrow is having another of its walking tours, “Hiding in Plain Sight: A Walk Down Pierrepont Street, Brooklyn Heights.” The […]

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Brooklyn O’Heights: Happy St. Patrick’s Saturday!

Brooklyn’s Borough Hall is decked out this week with a trio of shamrocks draped across its handsome facade for St. Patrick’s Day on Saturday March 17. While you’ll have to go to either Bay Ridge or Park Slope for a BK neighborhood St. Pat’s parade (complete with bagpipes and parade marshals in kilts and traditional […]

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Montague BID Stresses Service to Merchants, Community

The Montague Street Business Improvement District (“BID”) held its annual meeting at Eamonn’s yesterday evening. BID Executive Director Chelsea Mauldin (photo at left) said the BID must respond to the economic crisis by providing more services to businesses on Montague in, among other things, marketing and technology. As an example of marketing assistance, she cited […]

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Seamus O’Toole to be honored on St. Patrick’s Day

The former “Mayor of Montague,” Seamus O’Toole, will be honored posthumously on Tuesday at Borough President Marty Markowitz’s annual St. Patrick’s Day breakfast.

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Eamonn’s Seamus O’Toole Dies

The Brooklyn Eagle reported earlier this week that restaurateur Seamus O’Toole died after falling down a flight of stairs on September 6.   The freak accident occurred at Eamonn’s 41 Murray Street location.  The beloved entrepreneur will be laid to rest today beginning with a mass at St. Bernadette’s Church at 10:45 a.m. The Eagle reports […]

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