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January 25, 2021
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Food + Drink

Grug and Slug: SBP Food News

By Erin Behan
Moo Burger is open for dinner this week, lunch next.
Photos by Erin Behan

Issue 3

by Carroll Gardens Food Writer Erin Behan

Moo Burger in Cobble Hill is open for dinner (lunch next week) and serving crazy burgers topped with more than just bacon—the Surf & Turf has butter-poached shrimp, grilled pineapple and microgreens and the Court Street is an elk burger with wild mushrooms, caramelized onion and triple cream brie.

Jolie Cantina in Cobble Hill is open serving dinner Tuesday through Sunday from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. On the menu: chicharones, lobster tacos and octopus provencal ceviche.

Mile End is moving its production from Gowanus to the Red Hook waterfront and plans include a space for retail store selling in-house pantry items such as bread, pickled veggies and mustards. Grub Street

Sam Sifton says a meal he had in the garden at Frankies 457 was the best meal he had as the New York Times’ restaurant critic. New York Times

Treats Truck plans to open a brick and mortar shop in Cobble Hill or Carroll Gardens. Zagat

Brooklyn Heights has a new dining option in Bevacco, which is open at 60 Henry Street. Brownstoner


The Smith Street Soup Festival is Saturday, Oct. 22, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Get five tastes for $5 at restaurants including Lunetta, Jolie Cantina, Provence En Boite, Zaytoons and Seersucker. Pardon Me for Asking

Plan ahead: Where to go trick or treating in Brooklyn. A Child Grows in Brooklyn

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