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Noodle Pudding Reopens! (With Limited Hours and Menu)

From Noodle Pudding: “We’re taking it a day at a time. We were open for a couple of hours last night and will be doing about the same tonight. We’ll be posting updates on Instagram.” Phone: (718) 625-3737 Instagram: @noodlepuddingtogo (Lead photo courtesy Noodle Pudding. Poster handmade by Lola.)

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Nick Birnback’s Love Letter to Noodle Pudding

Yesterday, Noodle Pudding announced on Instagram: “We have made the very difficult decision to close the restaurant for the foreseeable future. We will be posting any updates here. Thanks to everyone who came in to support us this past week. Everyone stay healthy.” This seems like the perfect time to share Brooklyn Heights resident Nick […]

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Noodle Pudding Goes Online!

Talk about unprecedented times! Noodle Pudding has famously and proudly never had a website, social media presence, or even a sign on their facade. Because why would it bother? It’s still the neighborhood’s favorite restaurant according to our readers, and packed nightly. But, with all NYC restaurants closed to dining in, Noodle Pudding now has an Instagram […]

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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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Brooklyn Eagle Profiles Noodle Pudding Owner And Answers One Of Brooklyn Heights’ Most Burning Questions

The Brooklyn Eagle profiled Noodle Pudding’s chef-owner Antonio Migliaccio this week. In the article we learn from the Carroll Gardens resident, who opened shop at 38 Henry Street 18 years ago, the origin of the eatery’s name:

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What Krescendo’s Chef Elizabeth Falkner Says About Brooklyn Heights’ Noodle Pudding

Chef Elizabeth Falkner has been in the restaurant business for over 20 years. Many know her from her Food Network appearances (i.e. “The Next Iron Chef”). This year, she and partner Nancy Puglisi opened the super-fantastic Krescendo in Boerum Hill. Falkner spent many years in San Francisco before relocating to NYC and its from Bay […]

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Noodle Pudding Hosts Autism Fundraiser [Video]

Karl Junkersfeld looks at the North Heights/DUMBO dining scene in his latest video – which also focuses on a recent fundraising event at his favorite haunt Noodle Pudding. Watch it after the jump.

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Karl Goes Foraging with Tony of Noodle Pudding

Mr. J and his cam go with Tony of Noodle Pudding to the Hunt’s Point market in the Bronx, where Tony shows what’s available and how he curates selects the ingredients for the dishes on his menu. Then it’s back to the restaurant to taste the day’s gleanings. Having sampled ramps for the first time […]

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‘Nona Brooklyn’ Profiles Noodle Pudding Owner Antonio Migliaccio

Brooklyn foodie website Nona Brooklyn offers a lengthy and delectable interview with Antonio Migliaccio, owner of Brooklyn Heights’ longtime fave Noodle Pudding. The Italian restaurant has been open at 38 Henry Street in the far northern reaches of the neighborhood for 16 years. The interview begins: “Most restaurants have a moment. They arrive on the […]

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