The neighborhood's community board approved three liquor license applications Thursday night.
Izzy's BBQ Addiction, a kosher smokehouse, will open on Troy Avenue next month.
Schnitzi, which has two brick-and-mortar spots in Brooklyn, serves food on Sundays on the Island.
Crown Heights chef Yuda Schlass trained chefs to make inventive kosher food in clients' homes.
Gefilte fish's main ingredient, whitefish, is in high demand and short supply, a shopowner said.
Yiddish Farm, an upstate organic farm and language institute, is searching Brooklyn for buyers.
The chairman of CB9 said the board's rules had not been properly followed.
Ben's Best Deli, which opened in Rego Park in 1945, is changing its menu to provide healthier options.
Sam Esposito denied targeting three members of the board with the remarks.
Sam Esposito has been on the board since 1988.
The duo behind Mason and Mug will offer craft beer and globally inspired small plates on Washington Ave.
SoomSoom, a New York-based Mediterranean chain, is opening a location on Second Avenue.
The owner of Mike's Pizzeria is ditching pizza for burgers.
Prime Butcher Baker opened Wednesday on Second Avenue, two blocks down from Park East Kosher Butchers.
The Milk Street Cafe will shut its doors Dec. 15, 2011, less than six months after opening.
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