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This is a paid announcement from Yiasou Estiatoria (2003 Emmons Avenue), Sheepshead Bay’s iconic Greek seafood escape. With the first anniversary of Sandy coming up, the celebrated Greek restaurant Yiasou Estiatorio in Sheepshead Bay wants to say “thank you” to the community that supported it during its recovery. On Tuesday, October 29, which marks exactly one…

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More than 40 business owners have already stopped by our Superstorm Sandy Recovery Workshop for Small Businesses, happening right now at Yiasou Restaurant (2003 Emmons Avenue). We’re here until 4:30 p.m., with Assemblyman Steven Cymbrowitz, the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, Small Business Services and the Small Business Administration, helping business owners fill out forms for…

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Earlier this week, I walked with Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce President Carlo Scissura and Assemblyman Steven Cymbrowitz, stopping in with local businesses to see how recovery efforts are underway. While a number of businesses have gotten back up and running and others are still working on it, we were surprised to find that very few…

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This is a sponsored announcement from Yiasou Estiatorio (2003 Emmons Avenue), Sheepshead Bay’s iconic Greek seafood escape: Yiasou Restaurant at 2003 Emmons Avenue has bounced back from Superstorm Sandy’s soaking, and is leading a restaurant recovery on the waterlogged strip by providing residents respite with hot, delectable Greek cuisine. The seafood-oriented restaurant reopened its doors…

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The venerable Village Voice food critic Robert Sietsema has again turned his gaze to Sheepshead Bay’s waterfront, praising its rich seafood options and calling two of our seafood restaurants among the city’s best. The list of “10 Best Bargain Seafood Restaurants” ranks Yiasou Estiatorio (2003 Emmons Avenue) and Liman (2710 Emmons Avenue) in fifth and…