Those community-board agendas never lie.
Plus: the Purple Fig closed, and more of today's leftovers.
Are you ready for some (non-American) football?
Gary Menes is keeping his vegetable omakase in Downtown.
They're going to get to apply for a new health permit.
The 'Guardian' speaks with the new gay owners.
Brown's new menu plays up Philly's favorite foods.
Plus: Life Cafe to live again in Bushwick, and more of today's leftovers.
Central Valley Meat Co. promises to embrace new training practices and guidelines to ensure cattle become beef as humanely as possible.
They do soft-serve only, but it's not for novelty's sake.
We've been down this road before, but this sounds promising.
The cocktail bar returns from summer vacation with a new look.
The Southeast Asian restaurant, sprung from a former speakeasy of sorts, is sharing space in a permanent collaboration with Fred Eric.
With a new modern look at one-third of the size, AK alkies are breathing a pungent sigh of relief.
We're starting to fear the legacy of the great bagel-maker will be permanently be-schmeared.
The Bay Ridge favorite shuttered over a year ago but will reopen Wednesday under new ownership.
It's been in business since 1951, so a pesky tax problem can't keep it down.
The noteworthy N.Y. bagel shop will start again at 125 Fulton Street.
The partners in this all-you-can-eat barbecue joint have parted ways.
They'll take the show on the road to Costa Mesa this winter.