Arts and Entertainment

Japanese-French restaurant coming to former brewery building

A Tokyo restaurateur is opening a Japanese-French restaurant called Doma in the redeveloped 19th century Nassau Brewery building at 620 Franklin Ave. in Crown Heights. … Full Article

Martha Stewart to bring food, wine to Prospect Park

The USA Today Network will partner with Martha Stewart to bring the Martha Stewart Wine and Food Experience to the LeFrak Center at Lakeside in Prospect Park on Saturday, Sept. … Full Article

Restauranteur to open new Downtown Brooklyn sushi, taco eateries

Versatile restaurateur Harris Salat is preparing to make a big return to Brooklyn this fall, opening a taqueria known simply as Taqueria and a sushi place named Bigeye Sushi in Downtown Brooklyn. … Full Article

Brooklyn has changed what it means to be neighborhood restaurant

Brooklyn has changed the concept of the neighborhood restaurant, according to Bloomberg News. … Full Article

VIDEO: Kingsland wildflowers, a rooftop oasis in Brooklyn’s industrial north

Embedded in Greenpoint’s heavily industrial area, there is the Kingsland Wildflowers roof, a meadow with grasses, flowers and sedum plants designed to support urban wildlife. … Full Article

Bay Ridge artist creates ‘Life’ board game based on immigration experience

A Bay Ridge artist has created a new version of the classic board game “Life” that reflects the immigration experience. … Full Article

Well-known chef brings her blue tacos to Gowanus bar

Acclaimed chef Denisse Lina Chavez, who has moved between restaurants quite a lot in the past few years, is now making her well-known El Atoradero tacos at Parklife, an indoor and outdoor bar in Gowanus.  … Full Article

Brooklyn’s Threes Brewing wins New York Craft Brewing competition

A Brooklyn brewery has once again been chosen as the best craft beer in New York state.  … Full Article

Food of Chinese Muslim group comes to Sheepshead Bay

A new restaurant in Sheepshead Bay is probably the first and only restaurant in Brooklyn to offer the food of the Dungans, an ethnic group of Chinese Muslims who were expelled from China in the 19th century after an unsuccessful uprising and now live in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan … Full Article

NYC looks to open film production center at Sunset Park's Bush Terminal

Sunset Park could become Sunset Boulevard if a plan by the de Blasio administration to turn a portion of Bush Terminal into a film and television production center becomes a reality. … Full Article

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