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Business randazzos
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Soon, when stuck in the vast parking lot known as the Staten Island Expressway, you can veer off the road and enjoy one of Sheepshead Bay’s best exports – spicy marinara sauce from our friends at Randazzo’s Clam Bar (2023 Emmons Avenue) The Randazzo family is planning a new outpost in the other other borough, at 747…

Business golden-gourmet-new
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Things are moving along at 1501-A Sheepshead Bay Road, where we previously announced an organic kitchenette would be moving in. Signage went up this week, revealing the name: Golden Gourmet Deli and Grill. We reported the planned business in early April, saying that it would serve coffee, breakfast and organic foods like granola bars. The…

News & Features portokali
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It looks like “organic” is the business trend of the season, as a second organic-minded store is popping up a few doors down from an organic kitchenette that we revealed last week. Signs went up over the weekend for Portokali, an organic gourmet market at 1509 Sheepshead Bay Road. The business will replace the short-lived 7-Eleven that never reopened…

Business eat-n-run-cafe
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Eat ‘N Run Cafe is now open at 2574 Coney Island Avenue, serving a variety of hot and cold kosher treats. The luncheonette-style cafe will serve up pizza, salad, sandwiches and, yes, sushi, among other things, all deemed kosher under the supervision of Kehilas Hashrus. The small eatery’s storefront, formerly a mechanic’s garage, has been…

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…

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…

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…

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