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Is Extra Virgin’s Gabriele Corcos Headed To A Brooklyn Heights Eatery?

Twitter user Rusty Buehler spotted celebrity chef/Brooklynite/Tuscan/Debi Mazar’s husband Gabriele Corcos on Henry Street this week. Could the scrappy chef of TV’s ‘Extra Virgin’ be headed to the soon-to-be-opened Sociale? Or could he be providing a power boost to Henry Street’s other Italian eateries Bevacco or Noodle Pudding? If the spotting was closer to Montague Street that could mean Corcos could be headed to Dellaroccos, River Deli or Armando’s.

Corcos responds – after the jump.

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Daily News Salutes Three “Classic” Brooklyn Heights Establishments

The Daily News has been highlighting spots worth visiting near various subway stops, and Rachel Wharton’s piece today focuses on the Borough Hall station. The three places she chooses for her article are Armando’s, Lassen & Hennigs, and O’Keefe’s. She notes that Armando’s “swinging red neon sign” with its iconic lobster “appeared on ‘The Cosby […]

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At Last: Sidewalk Seating Signals Spring Has Sprung

Ah, at last! With temps hitting the upper 60s this Monday, the cafes and restaurants along Montague Street in Brooklyn Heights are thrusting open their doors and setting up outdoor seating… including Caffe Buon Gusto, Teresa’s, Heights Cafe, La Pain Quotidien, Starbucks, Connecticut Muffin, Custom House, Grand Canyon and Armando’s. Hopefully, this is a sign […]

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Few Doors Open Monday Along Montague Street Retail Corridor

At noon Monday, a vast majority of restaurants and retailers along Brooklyn Heights’ Montague Street corridor were shuttered for the day. Among those open: Custom House, Connecticut Muffin, Subway, Lassen & Hennig, Heights Deli & Convenience, Le Pain Quotidien, Montague Street Bagels and, uh, Verizon Wireless(?). Key Food was also open, with lines out the […]

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‘Dine In Brooklyn': March 19-29… Participating Restaurants Are…

The annual “Dine in Brooklyn,” the borough’s own restaurant week, takes place Monday March 19 through Thursday March 29, offering close to 200 venues with Prix Fixe pricing: $25 for dinner and $20.12 (get it?) for lunch. In Brooklyn Heights, participating venues are: Armando’s Restaurant, 143 Montague Street; Bevacco, 60 Henry Street; Caffe Buon Gusto, […]

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“Dine In Brooklyn” Press Tasting

No, this isn’t about tasting the press—it’s about the press getting a few delicious perks. In this case, a preview of the restaurants participating in “Dine In Brooklyn,” March 21-31, where three-course lunches will be going for $20.11 and three-course dinners for $25. However, to enjoy these deals you must make a reservation! (Marty Markowitz […]

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BHB Ten 2010 – This Year’s Most Notable Brooklyn Heights Residents

This year’s BHB Ten is an interesting bunch.  Some have added “flava” to Brooklyn Heights, while other have made it more beautiful, more interesting and dare we say more fun.  Some have dedicated themselves to preserving the area’s unique historic character.  We know there will be a lively discussion about who made this year’s list… […]

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Party on Montague This Weekend

Summer Space is back just in time before the fall. Montague St. between Clinton and Hicks will be closed to cars, making room for “outdoor seating, expanded cafés, and great free performances and activities that celebrate Montague Street’s local merchants and the Brooklyn Heights’ community.”

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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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BHA Pub Crawl Tonight

The first BHA Pub Crawl kicks off at the Brooklyn Heights Wine Bar tonight at 7:30. The boozy neighborhood cruise will then make its way to Armando’s and Pete’s Waterfront Ale House before finally passing out at the Roebling Inn. Guests must pre-register by emailing and space is limited to 25. Potent potables to […]

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