Greenpoint This Week: Avenue of Puerto Rico Sign, Nassau Avenue Station Smell, and More – Greenpointers
Great afternoon, Greenpointers.
Wow, what a week it was! Unusual smells, a lot of brand-new dining establishments, art galleries, and GoFundMe’s galore. Oh, and dolphins. Let’s get to it.
January implies Dining establishment Week (truly, dining establishment month). The group behind Williamsburg’s Win Child has a brand-new cookbook coming your method. While it may be difficult to fill the hole left by Anella, a Greenpoint area of a well-known Mexican dining establishment seems like it might suffice. Another area set to open in the spring is Kinoko, sushi with a New Orleans twist. What’s much better than a banh mi? A banh mi for breakfast
Residents were incensed after the Graham Avenue-Avenue of Puerto Rico indication was removed and rapidly returned up. The DOT called it an error, however there’s likely more to this story. Public security is another concern that constantly prompts strong viewpoints, and a current Zoom call with CM Lincoln Restler’s workplace highlighted what next actions are being required to deal with a serial harasser in Greenpoint.
The strange odor at the Nassau Opportunity G station has actually obviously been dealt with. We’ll see– or odor– about that!
The management business at Eleven33 is taking legal action against homeowners over kept lease. A GoFundMe project is raising cash for a regional bar owner’s liver transplant. In opening news, we got the scoop on a brand-new animal shop, art gallery, and studio.
2023 has actually currently seen an amazing quantity of goings-on with our regional art scene. Get the scoop here.
Around North Brooklyn
Do you understand who was actually running in and around North Brooklyn? This Greenpoint lady went viral on TikTok for going on 3 dates in one night
How has Dry January impacted regional alcohol shop sales? The New York City Times examines
Our brand-new state senator, Kristen Gonzalez, held an official inauguration ceremony last night, including Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Senator Chuck Schumer, and other chosen authorities.