Over a decade ago, Williamsburg residents Harry Rosenblum and Taylor Erkkinen didn’t have a good place to pick up kitchen supplies when in a pinch, so they created one. The Brooklyn Kitchen first opened on Lorimer Street in late 2006, moving to a former textile warehouse at 100 Frost Street in 2009. They added The Meat Hook in the back (the butcher shop moved last year to its new digs), offered fresh produce, and became a full specialty grocery offering classes, hosting book events, and presiding over many cooking competitions. And last week, it was announced that the dream was over. Continue reading
This loft sale looks good…
Today 7/28 from 10:30am-3pm at 281 North 7th St (bet. Meeker and Havemeyer)
“Everything must go. Vintage film equipment, posters, vintage teachers desk, high end baby accessories, storage units, kitchen cabinets and even the kitchen sink. Loveseat sofa bed, appliances like portable air conditioners. You need it – we got it.”
If you’re planning an upcoming sale – add it to our calendar!