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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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THE BITE: Vegetarians must have a tough time of it in Sheepshead Bay. Unlike neighborhoods to the north, we lack earthy digs slinging grass-fed kale chips and praise-be-to-seitan mock meats. For the most part, it’s pizza, uninspired Buddhist’s Delight, and a couple of Middle Eastern or Eastern European salads that pack so much onion that you’ll…

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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Okay, it snows. You get some pretty photos. And then, bam, it just sucks for the next few weeks until it melts. Well, besides the photos, there’s one more good thing the snow brought: delivery from Nargis Cafe (2818 Coney Island Avenue). The Uzbeki restaurant began offering delivery service on January 27, the day Winter…

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The owners of Uzbek-Korean fusion restaurant Cafe At Your Mother-in-Law, with locations in Brighton Beach and Bensonhurst, is considering further expansion and even franchising. We met up with them at their Bensonhurst location, tucked into 19th Avenue just off of 86th Street, where the eatery’s orange sign is easy to miss if you don’t read Russian (the English…

Real Estate Photo by Erica Sherman
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Say antío to the sight of El Greco Diner, now surrounded by construction fencing. Passersby got their last view of the storied eatery last week, right before the fencing was erected on Thursday. Permits for the fencing were issued on December 19, just days after the property was bought by Rybak Development for $13 million…

Business Photo by Erica Sherman
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For the fourth time in six years, the Asian takeout joint at 1741 Sheepshead Bay Road has changed names – this time from Yashinoya to Asian Bay. The restaurant previously changed its name to Yashinoya from Yoshinoya around 2012, if memory serves correctly. It became Yoshinoya in late 2008 or 2009, though nobody we’ve asked…

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