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Neighborhood Gem The Bounty Abruptly Closes Its Doors

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Inside The Bounty, photo by Rosie de Belgeonne

We are surprised and saddened to learn of The Bounty’s (131 Greenpoint Ave) sudden closing. We always loved how sitting at their bar felt like you were cozied up in the hull of a ship, waiting for your captain to bring you the day’s catch. With a solid seafood menu and on point service, it always felt like the cozy neighborhood gem you could take out-of-towners to impress them. The restaurant opened in 2013, and we will fondly remember their whole fish, $1 oysters and adorable back garden. Farewell, The Bounty!

The Bounty's serene garden. Photo by Rosie de Belgeonne
The Bounty’s serene garden. Photo by Rosie de Belgeonne

Via Instagram:

With a heavy heart we make the following announcement.
The Bounty has closed it’s doors.
Built by hand with a few friends, we quietly opened five Mays ago to little fanfare but eventually made good friends with lovely Greenpoint and beyond. We delighted in being a neighborhood gem and strived to offer real food, prepared with good intentions and quality ingredients. Our aim was to be a go-to place that wouldn’t let you down and might even surprise you.  Coming from various restaurant and bar worlds and experiences, we often talked about the simple trifecta of good food, service and atmosphere and tried to instill that since day one and be ourselves, if a little different.
We’ve hosted weddings and countless birthdays, anniversaries, showers, date nights, dinners and brunches out with friends. You always brought your folks here when they were in town, you sat with us at the bar and chatted with the regulars, or as our regular, you made knowledgeable recommendations to newcomers.
We sincerely apologize to everyone hit with this sudden news and closure, especially to those that have always supported us, loved us and cheered us on.

We will truly miss serving the neighborhood.  Thank you and goodnight.

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People of 2morrow Shutters, Shifts Focus To New Label

People of 2Morrow's former location at 65 Franklin St.
People of 2Morrow’s former location at 65 Franklin St.

Local bohemian vintage fashion, lifestyle and home goods boutique People of 2morrow (65 Franklin St.) has closed, with plans to expand their retail offerings online. People of 2morrow, which opened in 2013, was located in the same complex as vinyl mecca Academy Records Annex, kids store Flying Squirrel, the charming You & Yours Fine Vintage and behemoth Brooklyn Expo Center. Continue reading

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Shutters Pulled on Cafe Pistachio and Bread for the Eater

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Bread for the Eater Shuts Shop

A couple of relatively new Greenpoint eateries sadly seem to have closed their doors recently.

Bread for the Eater (168 Driggs Ave.) went dark on us in December. When we got in touch with the owner he told us that one of the partners had pulled out leaving behind issues with the lease which may have to go to court. Sadly the restaurant appears to have been closed ever since.  Such a shame as we were hanging out for a patty melt in their Gold Room! Continue reading

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