New awning, same green thumb.
Here’s what happened on March 22.
The small, health-focused chain offers fresh, nutrient-rich ingredients.
Two different petitions, one for and one against, have circulated in the neighborhood.
It’s their third location in North Brooklyn.
Beans from around the world are brewed here.
“We are down to 45% of what we used to make, but a lot of the expenses stay the same, so it’s losing money month after month.”
The Greenpoint Rite Aid (723-725 Manhattan Ave.) with the famous disco ball hanging in the center of the building is now closed as the store rebrands to a Walgreens. Employees […]
A new deli will open at the storefront of a former Franklin Street deli, and a Manhattan Avenue second-hand shop will relocate a few doors down, among other local openings […]
The local pioneering health food market and grocery store, The Garden (921 Manhattan Ave.) closed on Friday after 25 years on the corner of Kent Street and Manhattan Avenue citing […]