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Fort Greene »

Peckish will open this spring between Adelphi Street and Clermont Avenue.

Lower East Side »

The Pickle Guys are now open for business at the new store.

Crown Heights »

Chef Elior Balbul will open the new Crown Heights eatery in early 2017, he said.

Kips Bay »

Curry Hill's Kailash Parbat has been officially OK'd by a rabbi.

Crown Heights »

With 54 percent of the vote, the kosher fish market beat out Junior's Cheesecake.

Crown Heights »

The bar is opening as Mason & Mug and Pacifico's Fine Foods close in the neighborhood.

Crown Heights »

The neighborhood's community board approved three liquor license applications Thursday night.

Crown Heights »

Izzy's BBQ Addiction, a kosher smokehouse, will open on Troy Avenue next month.

Governors Island »

Schnitzi, which has two brick-and-mortar spots in Brooklyn, serves food on Sundays on the Island.

Crown Heights »

Crown Heights chef Yuda Schlass trained chefs to make inventive kosher food in clients' homes.

Crown Heights »

Gefilte fish's main ingredient, whitefish, is in high demand and short supply, a shopowner said.

Prospect Heights »

Yiddish Farm, an upstate organic farm and language institute, is searching Brooklyn for buyers.

Richmond Hill »

The chairman of CB9 said the board's rules had not been properly followed.

Rego Park »

Ben's Best Deli, which opened in Rego Park in 1945, is changing its menu to provide healthier options.

Richmond Hill »

Sam Esposito denied targeting three members of the board with the remarks.