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Brooklyn Business Beat for November 6

November 6, 2017 Brooklyn Daily Eagle
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Bareburger prides itself on the healthy organic options it features along with a nice selection of game meats for your dining pleasure. That’s right, if you are craving a delicious duck entrée or have a hankering for elk or bison, you’ve come to the right place. From its renowned “Son of a Lamb” selection to its mouth-watering Mammer Jammer (smoked brisket, pepper jack, pickled jalapenos, paprika mayo), there’s truly something for everybody at Bareburger. Oh, and the Blue Elk entrée is hard to beat — elk, Amish blue cheese, Black Forest bacon, caramelized onions, tomato fig jam on a sprout bun — Yum!!!

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If you’re searching for healthy, homemade products that are now featured at Whole Foods, then Damascus Bakery is your go-to place. The iconic store at 195 Atlantic Ave. is where it all started 84 years ago. With Ed and DavID Mafoud at the helm, old-world traditions and new-world technology provide the perfect recipe for their extensive line of pitas, lahvash wraps, paninis, flat bread roll-ups and pizza crusts.

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Overheard at Nanatori: “I love this sushi! The fish is fresh, the place looks great and the price is right. What more can you ask from the perfect Japanese restaurant?”

Dine in or order out; either way, you know you’re enjoying some of the finest seafood in the borough. Nanatori is just one block away from the Brooklyn Historical Society and it’s making its own culinary history on Montague Street.

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Overheard at Café Chili: “Last time I had this at home, the delivery was shockingly fast — to the point that I wondered how it’s physically possible for them to make the food and send it out so quickly.”

Online, commenters are raving about “mouth-watering appetizers and their explosive volcano chicken.”

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Chadwick’s restaurant in Bay Ridge just celebrated its 30th anniversary! That’s right, 30 years of serving some of the finest food in Brooklyn. And on the very day of its anniversary, the Zagat-rated eatery welcomed a country singer, who calls himself Loren, back to perform for the evening.

Owner Steven Oliver first met Loren at the Colonia Country Club in New Jersey, where the performer has worked as a golf caddy master for more than 30 years. After Oliver listened to Loren’s music and watched his videos on YouTube, he was so impressed by what he heard that he and co-owner Gerry Morris immediately booked the singer to play at the restaurant on special occasions. Loren has proven be a popular favorite from his appearances at Chadwick’s. Who would have thought that Chadwick’s would bring country music to Bay Ridge?

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The folks at Kings Beer Hall (KBH) say they have a lot to be thankful for and they’re sharing the love throughout the month of November. In fact, they have given it a name and are calling it a “Month of Thanks and Giving.”

“We have so much to be thankful for and we’d like to help give back,” said KBH’s own Miranda. “This entire month, we are donating 10 percent of sales to a different charity every week. We will be supporting Pirate Surf Club Puerto Rico Relief (Nov. 1-5), Planned Parenthood NYC (Nov. 6-11), Beat Stage 3 (Nov. 12-18), National Alliance on Mental Illness (Nov. 19-25) and Limbs for Life (Nov. 24-Dec. 2).”

Each organization will be hosting its own events.

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Did you hear about The Brazen Head’s very own “Jeopardy” champ? Austin Rogers, who hosts “Trivia Night” at the popular Brooklyn eatery most Monday evenings, recently amassed an incredible $411,000 on the game show, putting him in fifth place for a “Jeopardy” all-time regular season run.

Business owner Sasha and manager Barbara encourage patrons to come on in and congratulate Rogers at the next “Trivia Night” and try to impress their very own “Jeopardy” champion!

 


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