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News & Features Source: Bistro Fare
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Bistro Fare, a new American-style eatery, opened this week at 601 Brighton Beach Avenue, at Brighton 6th Street. The Brighton bistro slings pizza pies from a stone oven imported from Italy, as well as burgers, sandwiches, wraps, salads, smoothies and a variety of other munchies. The business opened over the weekend, according to owner Eugene…

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Open Venues BK is a weeklong opportunity for New Yorkers to tour prospective venues for holiday parties, birthday parties, weddings, Bar and Bat Mitzvahs, quinceañeras, Sweet 16s, retirement parties, conferences, and any other affair you want to celebrate in Brooklyn. Open Venues BK takes place March 22-29, and all tours are free to attend. Following…

Business Photo by Erica Sherman
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Brighton Beauty Supply closed down its 1724 Sheepshead Bay Road location this week, citing continued losses since Superstorm Sandy. The business shuttered the storefront on March 15 after approximately seven years in business, according to a manager with the company. “It’s not recovered, this area. It’s not making money,” said Victoria, a manager who gave…

Business Cafe Dushanbe replaces Cafe Rokhat
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Cafe Rokhat at 1788 Sheepshead Bay Road is now dubbed Cafe Dushanbe, after a signage change late last month. But lovers of the previous Tajik restaurant need not worry – it remains the same kitchen staff turning out pretty much the same menu. According to an employee, one of the partners split to give his…

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La Trattoria, a staple of Italian dining on Avenue U, has served its last meal after more than a quarter of a century in business. A “For Rent” sign appeared in the restaurant’s 2811 Avenue U window earlier this month, as seen in the above photo by tipster Bruce Brodinsky. The restaurant’s phone has been disconnected. The landlord…

Business monuments
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Pizza is dead. Long live pizza. The 1730 Jerome Avenue storefront that has for years been occupied by various kosher pizzerias is now a monuments shop, selling tombstones and other memorials “for all cemeteries.” The shop opened up some time in the past week, taking up the storefront that’s been empty since July 2014 when…

Business camps
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These six summer camps teach Hebrew and Judaism.  They also have swimming, arts, and friend making opportunities! Sprout Brooklyn Day Camp Red Hook, yjsproutbrooklyn@youngjudaea.org or call 917-595-1500 ext. 221 This is a dual language summer camps. Counselors will be fluent in both Hebrew and English and instructional activities, including swimming, will take place in Hebrew. This is…

Business Photo by Lisa Willner
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It was back in November that Sheepshead Bay lost 5-year-old independent gym Challenge Fitness, and now the storefront has been gobbled up by Amazing Discount, a bargain basement store. Amazing Discount opened at 2209 Avenue X late last month, selling the usual assortment of made-in-wherever housewares, toys, supplies, et cetera. Remains of the Challenge sign can…

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After 23 years in the neighborhood, Eleseevsky Gastronom at 2969 Ocean Avenue is becoming Mimino International Food. Eleseevsky Gastronom opened in 1992, serving Eastern European goods alongside freshly butchered meats. The all-Russian signs came down a couple of weeks ago, and we spotted the new one shortly after. The windows are tinted, but renovation work…

Business Photo by Erica Sherman
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Just a month after CPR Cell Phone Repair closed its doors for good, the space is now leased to Precise Brows, a salon specializing in eyebrow threading. A “coming soon” sign is now hanging at the 1732 Sheepshead Bay Road storefront, and there’s a small flyer on the gates saying they’re hiring hair dressers, nail…

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