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Brooklyn Bounty Draws Crowd to BHS

A large crowd gathered at the Brooklyn Historical Society this evening for Brooklyn Bounty, a celebration of food and drink supplied by local artisans, chefs, and restaurants. Upon arrival, guests faced a long bar serving Brooklyn Brewery beers and ales, as well as other drinks. On the bar counter were bowls of Brooklyn Heights resident […]

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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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Mr. Junkersfeld’s New Year, and Morning After

Our man with cam gives us views of fireworks, festivities and food on a New Year’s Eve and following morning, spanning Brooklyn Bridge Park, the Heights, Cobble Hill and Carroll Gardens.

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Brooklyn Independent TV Samples Noodle Pudding

This is another in Brooklyn Independent Television’s series of short pieces about Heights people, institutions, and businesses. This one takes us into the popular Henry Street restaurant Noodle Pudding, where we meet owner Antonio Migliaccio and some diners, then to the kitchen, where chef Alfredo Musico Miccoli shows us how he prepares some dishes from […]

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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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NY Post Touts Noodle Pudding

In a sidebar piece about the Brooklyn restaurant renaissance yesterday, the NY Post listed Noodle Pudding as one of 5 eateries “you should check out“.  The others – Vinegar Hill House in DUMBO, Marlow & Sons in Williamsburg, Tanoreen in Bay Ridge and The General Greene in Fort Greene. NY Post:  “It is amazing the […]

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Vamp: Fruit is Good Food

Nabe food blogger Vittles Vamp writes about being surprised by an unexpected desert at Noodle Pudding: Vittles Vamp: Just a few nibbles into the juicy white flesh of sliced Persian melon and the plump sweet red raspberries and blueberries that also adorned the plate, and I realized that my pal has some serious influence. This […]

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