Monthly Archives: September 2013

Get Out To The Red Hook Ball Field Vendors Before It’s Too Late

Last night was the series finale of “Breaking Bad” — and if you haven’t watched it, stop what you’re doing and go watch it. All of it, don’t worry, I’ll wait. It’s worth it. Back? Ok, so it made me … Continue reading

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Champs, The Vegan Diner In Williamsburg

Williamsburg seems like just the right place to find not just a vegetarian diner, but a vegan one. Champs Family Bakery has a typically huge diner menu; breakfast all day, dinner specials, and a ton of different sandwiches. I went … Continue reading

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Great Vegetarian Ramen at Chuko

A few months ago I went to a ramen restaurant in Carroll Gardens (which shall remain nameless) where I tried the mushroom ramen. The broth managed to both look and taste murky; it was unpleasant, to say the least. So … Continue reading

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The 2013 Vendys Came To Brooklyn

Every year the Street Vendor Project, which acts on behalf of the more than 15,000 street food vendors in NYC, has a big fundraiser event known as the Vendys. The event brings together street food vendors from all over the … Continue reading

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Lunch At Saraghina

One of the big holes in my Brooklyn pizza knowledge is Saraghina in Bed-Stuy. I’ve been meaning to go there for years, and for no good reason I kept putting it off. Finally a few weeks ago I decided to … Continue reading

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