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606 R&D is Open for Dinner on Vanderbilt Avenue

606 R&D is open for dinner as of last night. This is the place at 606 Vanderbilt (between St. Marks and Prospect) that’s owned by two former City Bakery people. Early reports are that the food is great and the prices are reasonable. For the moment, they’re just open for dinner Wednesday through Sunday but will expand hours starting in February. Website with menu here: http://606vanderbiltbklyn.com/ and a first look at 606 R&D from Time Out New York makes it look very promising.

via 606 R&D is open for dinner! « Brooklynian | Brooklyn Blog and Message Boards.

Photo: Time Out New York.

Hot Bird Evokes Mythical “Perfect Fried Chicken” of the Past

The faded advertisements (“Hot Bird: No Frying, No Fat, No Oil, New York’s Best BarBQ Four Blocks Back”) are still arresting and spark the imagination, as noted in this account of Hot Bird from a visitor who wasn’t aware that the original Hot Bird is long closed: “I couldn’t find any Hot Bird, and the vegetarian sitting in the bucket seat next to me got impatient …”

via Stephen P Williams: food – Hot Bird.