From a Park Slope Ebola scare to complaints of "Internet people," check out the week's popular stories.
Jimmy Velaoras has helped run one of Clinton Hill's favorite greasy spoons for 21 years.
Kamal Uddin Ahmed says he sells about $350 worth of fruit a day on East 15th Street in Union Square.
Catch up on what happened during the week that was with this handy round-up.
A celebrity chef-led restaurant and a bagel cafe with more than 30 flavors of cream cheese have opened.
Brooklyn Harvest Market is adding more Goya products to its selection of organic and gourmet foods.
Belgian Beer Café will launch at 220 Fifth Ave., overlooking Madison Square Park, at the end of August.
Organizers say the one-hour tasting tour is perfect for area office workers on a tight schedule.
The new watering hole Berg'n will also host occasional vinyl record sets, its co-creator said.
Pierogies, blintzes and borscht will all temporarily cost less than $2 at the Ukrainian diner.
Sticky's Finger Joint is opening a new spot with menu items like Cool Curry Tikka Masala Fingers.
The outlet at One Old Fulton Street will also have beer, wine and two baby-changing stations.
New Hawaii Sea Restaurant in Williamsbridge experienced an outbreak of hepatitis A last fall.
Mexican restaurant La Morada has a straightforward recipe for guacamole.
The "Judgement of Brooklyn" event will feature 32 beers, 32 wines and 10 local restaurants.
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