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Fonda to Sell Food at Brooklyn Flea as New Bar Moves Into Bar 4 Space

 The high-end Mexican restaurant Fonda will be the only food vendor at the new Brooklyn Flea in Park Slope.
Fonda to Sell Food at New Brooklyn Flea, Gorilla Coffee Opening Second Shop
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PARK SLOPE — The high-end Mexican restaurant Fonda will be the sole food vendor at the new outpost of Brooklyn Flea opening this month in Park Slope, Grubstreet reported.

Fonda, which has a location on Seventh Avenue and 14th Street, will serve tortas and Mexican sodas at the antiques-focused market, slated to open Oct. 12 in front of P.S. 321.

Fonda also recently opened La Botaneria, a small plates bar and restaurant across the street from its busy Park Slope eatery.

Other recent comings and goings on the local restaurant and retail scene include the following:

A "bar/restaurant" will move into the space formerly occupied by Bar 4 on Seventh Avenue and 15th Street, according to a sign posted on the window. A group called Perrine O'Neil, LLC, is behind the new venture. The phone number listed on the sign wasn't in service, so no further details were immediately available.

Fatty Daddy, a taco shop, is poised to open on Ninth Street between Fourth and Fifth avenues, South Slope News reported.

Gorilla Coffee is gearing up to open a second shop at 427 Bergen St., between Fifth Avenue and Flatbush, Here's Park Slope reported. The java joint will replace a Lululemon yoga shop that closed in June. It's expected to open by the end of October, according to Gorilla Coffee's Facebook page.

Fifth Avenue women's clothing boutiques Teddy and Lucia joined forces to open a combined store called The New Teddy at 202 Fifth Ave. and Union Street, Park Slope Stoop reported. The new store was expected to open on Oct. 4, according to Teddy's Facebook page.

The new home cooking store Walk-In Cookbook on Seventh Avenue and Berkeley Place launched delivery service in Park Slope and Prospect Heights.

Grand Central Oyster Bar announced that it's selected an executive chef for its Park Slope location. Justin Ernsberger will helm the seafood restaurant, which is expected to open this fall at Fifth Avenue and Carroll Street.

The boutique Warp and Weft on Garfield Place and Seventh Avenue closed, as did the longtime Italian restaurant Anthony's, on Seventh Avenue and 14th Street.