Why Sahadi’s Is A True Brooklyn Tradition (And What To Order When You Visit The Famed Middle Eastern Market)

You can’t talk about Brooklyn history and tradition without mentioning Sahadi’s: The famed Middle Eastern market opened in Manhattan in the 1890s to serve and cultivate the growing Lebanese and Syrian communities, before then relocating to its current Atlantic Avenue location in the 1940s, after the construction of the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel. It’s been a […]

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09.17.2018  I  Brooklyn , Neighborhood , Shop Local

What To Wear This Fall, According To The Woman Who Dresses The Creative Professionals Of Downtown Brooklyn

Lara Fieldbinder is the kind of woman who knows potential when she sees it. Take Article&, the womenswear shop she opened on Smith Street to accommodate the fashion needs of the growing population of creative professionals working (and playing and living) in the Downtown Brooklyn neighborhood. Or consider the clothes and accessories themselves, a well-edited […]

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