The Brooklyn Heights Wine Bar in Brooklyn Heights is a neighborhood spot that everyone recommends.
The popular Tripoli restaurant now has a new neighbor upstairs. The Swallow Cafe is a newbie on the block at Atlantic Avenue, but business is picking up says Isaiah, the manager of the cafe.
Lauren Wallach, tells Eddie the Eagle one of the best moments she has had working at Book Court, a family-run bookstore in Brooklyn Heights.
Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Jon Freeman of The Brooklyn Strategist, showed Eddie the Eagle around his interactive board-and-card game center . Eddie played a brief game of Carrom with Jon, sadly did not win but it did conclude that games are for children of ALL ages and species.
Straight from Britain, Sheryl McGeown, plans to welcome Hillary Clinton to Brooklyn Heights at Atlantic Avenue’s Chip Shop location. Maybe she might just stop in for some fish n’ chips and a pint.
Store Manager, Jonathan Antoshka from the cutting edge design company, Brooklyn Industries, tells us his opinion on Hillary Clinton basing her campaign in Brooklyn Heights.
A brief insight on Hillary’s presence in Brooklyn Heights by Michael Ackman, Retro Metro Optical’s store manager, at their newly opened location on Fulton Street.
Eddie the Eagle needed a little pick-me-up last Thursday morning, so he waddled into the newly opened Paris Baguette in Brooklyn Heights to get a freshly brewed cup of brew. He had a” Free Coffee” coupon which was given to him after his first purchase. After some of the caffeine kicked in, the Assistant Manager, Choi Jun, chatted with Eddie about his thoughts on Hillary Clinton and how her campaign will effect their business during that time. Here’s what Jun had to say.
Eddie the Eagle was super excited to visit one of the 75 locations of the famous candy store, IT’Sugar in Brooklyn Heights. After browsing the many different types, sizes and colors of candy, this hip franchise has to offer, Eddie discussed the upcoming presidential campaign, and how it will effect local businesses. Hillary is coming to town ….Is this a sweet deal or not? Let’s see what one of the employees has to say.
The Brooklyn Eagle’s Dipti Kumar took a look at what it takes to be certified as “Brooklyn Made” by the Brooklyn Chamber of commerce. Don’t feel fooled by imitators!