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Comment Archives: stories: Food & Drink

Re: “A Roof in the Whole: The Roof

Why bother with this place. Big, corporate, Republican Whole Foods trying to act trendy and drawing upon uninformed and apathetic newer white residents to gorge themselves on the shores of the fecal waves of the turbid & befouled Gowanus canal. There is literally untreated sewage dispersed into the canal there, mere feet from that Whole Foods location there and your salivating mouth.

Okay, we already know that the demographic Whole Foods is pursuing here is the yuppie/hipster dollar, white people who are so rich or their parents are so rich that the significance of avoiding & staying away from Whole Foods is completely lost on them.

Not only is Whole Foods a huge supporter of every right-wing cause, the owner being a staunch lifelong Texan Republican, but Whole Foods also greased local councilmen, Brad Blander and Dull de Blahsio before him, in order to gain access to this location, which was zoned for two spots and was zoned for manufacturing, and not for retail, a completely illegal rezoning engineered and arranged by real estate lapdogs Blander and Dull Blasio. This was orchestrated by political and real estate high level collusion of the ugliest kind, even with most local residents protesting the collusion by the local councilmen - dull Blasio then rewarded with being "elected" mayor. Nasty stuff. Look into the way modern centrist Democrats use neo-liberal economic tactics to gain office and line their pockets and then claim to be "progressive" merely because they support marriage equality.

The Gowanus canal is, of course, one of the filthiest bodies of water in the country and was designated as such by the Environmental Protection Agency, to the chagrin and objections of Dull de Blasio and little Braddie Blander, who both claimed that the Gowanus canal, as they put it, was "not that dirty", in order to expedite big business dreams and big real estate. Classic, garden-variety political collusion and deception. Now big Billy Dull Blasio is mayor. Guess how that happened? Guess where those campaign funds came from?

But you guys will eat anywhere. No scruples from the new local lilywhite honky residents when it comes to rich, expensive food & drink. Entitlement never tasted so good to y'all. But remember... you'll be eating your expensive grub & brews atop a toxic site, a filthy industrial brownfield that it is projected will take at least a hundred years to completely clean, if ever.

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Posted by Michael Reiss on 02/14/2014 at 3:05 PM

Re: “The 10 Best Fireplace Bars in Brooklyn

Not a big fan on Fireplace Bars but they do add class!

Posted by Chicago Limo on 01/02/2014 at 2:12 PM

Re: “A Very Quiet Drink: Highbury Pub

Always happy to see a neighborhood bar getting some press. Unfortunately this place is very expensive for its location. Paying $7 (at the cheapest) for a draft, it's not a bar I will want to spend hours in. The "silent" gimmick is definitely preferential but the other two bars listed aren't obnoxious and have a much friendlier atmosphere.

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Posted by LB on 01/02/2014 at 10:44 AM

Re: “The 10 Best New Brooklyn Bars of 2013

Battery Harris is hands down number one

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Posted by Pearl Feder on 12/18/2013 at 8:31 PM

Re: “The 10 Best New Brooklyn Bars of 2013

Awesome list! However the top photo is of Dynaco (on the corner of my street), and the second photo I believe is Happyfun...

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Posted by Meredith Webb on 12/18/2013 at 3:43 PM

Re: “Hold The Duckface: The Rookery

It is extremely dangerous. I am bewildered each time I see little twenty somethings, strolling around during the wee hours, are hipsters all stoned, are they so naive to believe that this is some fashionable new safe area. It will take another fifteen to twenty years to be night time friendly.btw, couldn't pay me enough to ever be at that subway station

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Posted by Kathleen Branda on 12/13/2013 at 2:37 PM

Re: “Hold The Duckface: The Rookery

Yes, you heard right. The Jefferson L stop is the most dangerous stop in Brooklyn. And, of course, you also know that Brooklyn is the most dangerous place in the Western Hemisphere. Seriously.. Troutman Street? Almost everyone I know, men and women, that was foolish enough to walk around Troutman St was raped and murdered there. Is the mac and cheese worth YOUR LIFE? It's much safer in NJ, Long Island or Ohio. Save yourself.

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Posted by Tony Thomas on 11/28/2013 at 9:27 AM

Re: “Hold The Duckface: The Rookery

Is this a serious review?

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Posted by TroutmanGuy on 11/20/2013 at 11:37 PM

Re: “Nothing Plain About the Jane

The doormen here are ridiculous. High school nerds who revel in ridiculing people now that they have some power. Super sad... Don't come here unless you want to be judged by balding fat Asian transgendered man and his albino 50 yr old sidekick

Posted by Janesucks on 10/13/2013 at 10:18 AM

Re: “Hipsters As Mainstream: The Lock Yard

It's just how those of us who were looking forward to it opening knew it would be. Fear unfounded.

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Posted by Bill Gabriel on 10/10/2013 at 11:36 AM

Re: “Williamsburg’s Lonesomest Bar: Grand Ferry

adding to "gia'" Ive gone by and seen it quite crowded. Also it was very very loud which frankly deterred me from going in, went to Isa instead.

Posted by Lauren on 10/06/2013 at 7:12 PM

Re: “Williamsburg’s Lonesomest Bar: Grand Ferry

i'm glad my doorman keeps you at bay

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Posted by riffraff on 09/27/2013 at 9:48 PM

Re: “Williamsburg’s Lonesomest Bar: Grand Ferry

what a harsh review. I've been to Grand Ferry a few times and truly enjoyed the drinks and atmosphere. The bar was crowded and it seemed like everyone was having a great time. Also, the price point is just right... keeps the riff raff at bay. Pun intended.

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Posted by Gia on 09/27/2013 at 1:54 PM

Re: “Williamsburg’s Lonesomest Bar: Grand Ferry

I think this is an extremely unfair review. I have been to the restaurant on multiple occasions and it was nothing as you described. Not only was the food and drink excellent, but the atmosphere was as well. Not sure what kind of lonely places you frequent on Valentine's Day, but I assure you they are nothing like Grand Ferry.

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Posted by KristenM on 09/27/2013 at 1:11 PM

Re: “Williamsburg’s Lonesomest Bar: Grand Ferry

So every newly-opened Williamsburg joint run by a trendsetting restaurateur has be raucously ragingingly hot and successful within the first month?

That seems kinda extreme.

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Posted by kevinizon on 09/25/2013 at 10:07 AM

Re: “Who is the Worst Actor of All Time?

and Laura Linney's wannabe Meryl Streep acting makes me wanna puke!

Posted by Pravin Daswani on 08/26/2013 at 1:33 AM

Re: “Who is the Worst Actor of All Time?

LAURA LINNEY is not a bad actress she's the worst actress ever!!!

Posted by Pravin Daswani on 08/26/2013 at 1:29 AM

Re: “Hamilton's: Kensington Gets a Nice Bar

Kensington Square is a new and upcoming condominium located in the Bartley area, right next to Bartley MRT. It is within a short drive to Little India, Orchard and city area. With expected completion in mid 2017, it comprises of 141 Residential units and 57 commercial units.

Posted by Kensington Square on 07/15/2013 at 4:54 AM

Re: “The Signature Dishes in 20 Brooklyn Neighborhoods

*across the street

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Posted by obiekush on 07/09/2013 at 10:16 AM

Re: “The Signature Dishes in 20 Brooklyn Neighborhoods

Sloppy list. Pretty sure the bread at The Pines comes from Runner & Stone across the list.

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Posted by obiekush on 07/09/2013 at 10:12 AM

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