Sunday, July 22, 2012


Coney Island, Renewed but Recognizable (NY Times)
 (At Ruby's) ... the old, cluttered outdoor sign that advertised “ice cream, ice-cold beer and soda, corn dogs, and pizza” has been replaced by something more contemporary, but it is still there, hanging on an inside wall.
Michael Sarrel, the owner, said the bar was attracting a “different and better demographic,” with more middle-class people and residents of what some call “the new Brooklyn.”

Throw Out the Dog Food and Make Your Dog a Foodie (Brooklyn Paper)
Woodford says he’s not worried about pleasing the potentially picky and jaded big city pooches in Brooklyn.
“I’ve been trying to turn all the dogs in Portland into foodies,” he said. “

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