The Vanderbilt Avenue "dessert speakeasy" closed this week; two new sweet shops are set to open nearby.
Domo Taco plans to open on Franklin Avenue in Crown Heights this May; Bobjo will open on Vanderbilt.
The Prospect Heights restaurant opened three years ago at 606 Vanderbilt Ave.
"Korean-American tavern" White Tiger will take over the Vanderbilt Avenue Mexican spot, owners said.
The wooden home built before the Civil War was demolished late last year.
The house at 69 Vanderbilt Ave. was deemed unsafe by the Department of Buildings.
The 6-foot-wide barrier will remain during two years of construction in Prospect Heights.
Two new spots are opening in the area as Marco's and the Caribbean spot Kaz An Nou close.
The new bike corrals will replace four vehicle parking spaces on Vanderbilt and Washington avenues.
The lines of the mural represent the routes of people who work on the historic Navy Yard's grounds.
The mixed affordable and market-rate housing will have a "Brooklyn sensibility," the developer said.
The bar filed an application with the city for a sidewalk cafe with 21 tables and 44 seats.
Antonio Dow was arrested after firefighters found 40 pot plants in his apartment, police said.
Spirited will offer sweets baked with alcohol and specialty cocktails in the former Beast space.
Prospect Heights restaurant Pequeña offers up two easy recipes for your Cinco de Mayo party.
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