It's being released in late October.
For when you get the munchies.
Who's going to jar your wild honey now, Bushwick?
A kind of blue law comes to Brooklyn.
An important list of important restaurants.
A chef who trained at Manresa is now cooking in Bushwick.
Can you please repeat the specials?
Plus, timpanos from Left Bank, happy hour at Swine, Louro celebrates Kerouac, and more in today's leftovers.
"I posted a picture of Roberta's pizza on my Instagram, and my friend wrote 'stop eating pizza' because I had already had pizza twice the week before in Japan."
A reporter tests the lines at some of the city's busiest no-reservation restaurants.
The smaller, more willfully obscure the restaurant, the more people will be clamoring to get in.
Bushwick's tiki torch has been snuffed.
"We'll go on cereal binges and get a lot of cereal and then not have any for a really long time. When we have it, I'll eat, like, five bowls a day."
We're tempted to declare hipster bagels a trend.
And it's hidden behind Roberta's.
The after-parties are bound to be epic.
"And how did the ground zero of the Brooklyn food explosion land in my neighborhood? I swear, if I can't walk or bike to it, I pretty much don't go."