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Goodbye, Teresa’s.

After months of speculation, it has happened. Teresa’s is closed for business. There’s not much more to say, but here’s a lovely article in the Brooklyn Eagle by Mary Frost and Franscesca N. Tate. A goodbye note posted on the shut doors says: To Our Valued Customers: After 31 years in Brooklyn Heights, Teresa’s Restaurant will […]

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Goodbye, Teresa’s?

Thanks to reader AbbeyK we have a link to a real estate ad that lists 80 Montague Street, Teresa’s Restaurant, as for lease. If it is leased to a new tenant, your correspondent may have to go far afield – Greenpoint?; East Village? – to get his tripe soup and kielbasa fix. Moreover, Brooklyn’s elite […]

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Heights History: A Look Into The Past Of Some Montague Street Restaurants

We recently went on a trip back in time at some of the restaurants in the North Heights. Now it’s time to start doing the same down on Montague Street. What was there before today’s eateries? What do the owners want you to order if you stop by? Let’s find out! Our first stop will […]

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Teresa’s Shows in Daily News Egg Race

Teresa’s, the popular Polish/American eatery at 80 Montague Street (between Hicks and Montague Terrace) came in third in the paper’s citywide survey of egg breakfast offerings. New York Daily News: Sometimes less is more, and such is the case at Teresa’s in Brooklyn Heights. The eatery has become famous in its own right, mostly for […]

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Chowhound Wants to Know: What’s Your Favorite Delivery Meal?

There’s a post on Chowhound that asks: “What’s the best delivery dish in Brooklyn Heights?” So far, it’s received only two responses. I’ve got to credit commenter “BklynBlaise” for mentioning the tripe soup from Teresa’s. Blaise shares my liking for what my Massachusetts-born wife disdainfully calls “speah pahts”, and has also aroused my curiosity to […]

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Sen. Gillibrand Meets Brooklyn Journalists at Teresa’s; Vows to Fight for Federal Transit Support

U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY), appointed by Governor Paterson to fill the unexpired term of Hillary Clinton, and now facing election on a statewide ballot for the first time, visited Brooklyn today and met with local journalists, including your correspondent and BHS colleague T.K. Small, at Teresa’s. She discussed several issues of interest to Brooklyn […]

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Montague Wines & Spirits: Back in Three Weeks?

As you may recall, shortly after the fire on March 11, a sign appeared on the boarded-up front of Montague Wines & Spirits announcing that the store would re-open “in a few days”. After that, for a week or so, the door was usually open during the day, and Jeff and other staffers could be […]

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