Pork Slope: Neighborhood Beat Park Slope

Inspired by Patrick Swayze’s 1989 action film, “Road House” and started by Celebrity Chef Dale Talde alond with 2 other partners, Pork Slope has become a neighborhood favorite. It’s nestled in what was Aunt Suzie’s – serving up traditional American fare, mouth watering BBQ, other pork selections, and a marvelous selection of local beers and whiskeys. The kitchen serves ’til 2am, the bar pours ’til 4, and the music is straight up rock n’ roll! For more information on Pork Slope contact: http://www.porkslopebrooklyn.com

From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Neighborhood Beat Park Slope Ep. 49 Original airdate:3/7/13 http://www.bricartsmedia.org/bit

Celestino: Neighborhood Beat Bed-Stuy

Charming Italian owner, rustic decor, deliciously fresh innovative seafood dishes, but best of all, it’s in the neighborhood! It’s still a bit of a secret, so let’s check it out before it becomes the talk of the town and we can’t get a table! . For more information on Celestino contact http://facebook.com/Celestino.Brooklyn

From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Neighborhood Beat: Bed-Stuy, episode 60. Original air date: 1/24/2013. http://www.bricartsmedia.org/bit

Maimonide of Brooklyn: Neighborhood Beat BoCoCa & Gowanus

Inspired by the Jewish philosopher and his passion for avant-garde natural cuisine, owner Cyril Aouizerate created Maimonide of Brooklyn on Atlantic Avenue – a vegan spot serving up unique deliciousness with every order. Also known as MOB, this place proves that one can find pleasure in the simplicity of vegetables, fruits, spices, and a little ingenuity. For more information on Maimonide of Brooklyn contact: http://www.mob-usa.com

From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Neighborhood Beat BoCoCa Ep. 48 Original airdate: 9/13/12 http://www.bricartsmedia.org/bit

Crepini: Sector B

It’s a crepe! It’s a blini! No, it’s a crepini, and the two Sunset Park partners behind this product explain how they left one career and started a totally new one. Whether the clients are retail customers, school systems, or the restaurant trade, so far, crepinis are selling like, well, hotcakes. For more information about Crepini, visit http://www. http://crepini.com

From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Sector B: The Business of Brooklyn, episode 61. Original air date: 7/17/2012. http://www.bricartsmedia.org/bit

James: Neighborhood Beat Prospect Heights

Run by husband and wife team Bryant Calvert and Deborah Williamson, James is a small and sophisticated restaurant specializing in New American Fare. Dishes like Carolina Shrimp with Roasted Garlic Polenta, a new take on shrimp and grits, are delectable and refined. Is anyone getting hungry yet?
For more information on James Restaurant contact:http://www.jamesrestaurantny.com

From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Neighborhood Beat: Prospect Heights, episode 6. Original air date: 3/29/2012.http://www.bricartsmedia.org/bit

Amber Steak House | Podlasie Meat Market: Neighborhood Beat Williamsburg/Greenpoint

Amber Steak House | Podlasie Meat Market: Roasted Beet Carpaccio. Bavarian Pork Shank. And steak choices that go from Filet Mignon to a Porter House for two! Nestled on the corner of Nassau Avenue and Eckford Street, Amber Steak House and Podlasie Meat Market are the go to places for steak, upscale cuisine, and authentic Polish goodies like Grandma used to make. For more information on Fluent Brooklyn contact: http://www.ambersteak.com

From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Neighborhood Beat: Williamsburg Ep 54 Original airdate: 3/1/12 http://www.bricartsmedia.org/bit

Peaches HotHouse: Neighborhood Beat Bed-Stuy

After opening the Smoke Joint in Fort Greene and Peaches on Lewis Ave, Craig Samuel and Ben Grossman decided to launch Peaches HotHouse; their homage to the classic “Nashville Chicken Shack” right here in Bed-Stuy. With dishes like Grandma’s Eda’s Meatloaf and High Falutin’ Dirty Jambalaya, they’ve put a unique spin on traditional southern cuisine.
For more information on Peaches HotHouse contact:http://www.peacheshothouse.com

From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Neighborhood Beat: Bed-Stuy. Original airdate: 1/26/12 http://www.bricartsmedia.org/bit

From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Neighborhood Beat: Bed-Stuy. Original airdate: 1/26/12 http://www.bricartsmedia.org/bit

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