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Woe a little less: coming to Montague St.

ByStephanie M. Akbar

Dec 4, 2021

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Now that the “drab” of Montague St. has been on display across New York City and beyond, and the community has been dumping their woes into the comments section of this blog in a style so fiery that another blog headed its readers towards it, look forward to less dull with these offers coming in the New Year.

Olive + Garden Deli at 141 Montague St., formerly the home of b.good, is slated to open by January / February according to Montague BID. A Google search revealed no further information, but the name suggests a take-out grocery store, or even all-you-can-eat salad and bread sticks.

Crazy Chicken at 80 Montague St., previously occupied by Teresa’s. According to latest estimates, the Korean fried chicken franchise with its menu that isn’t just chicken will open by the start of the new year.

Lobster BK at 142 Montague, where Pure Point Financial was located, with lobster rolls called “The Bed-Stuy Biggie” and “The Crown Heights Fried Lobster”. Discover the whole menu here.

Felice at 84 Montague St., the former Heights Cafe space. A sample of their expected menu:

Apartment 4F, a French bakery born out of a pastry pandemic in a Cobble Hill apartment, has been in the works since the summer. The latest update on their Instagram:

Din Soup Dumplings at 162 Montague St. above Lichee Nut and formerly Nanatori. Check out Claude’s post to see how much effort went into finding details other than who will serve soup balls and a link to a lesson on how to eat those soup balls.

Further, from Montague BID: “We would love to hear your comments on some of the points raised by the writer and all interviewees. [in this article]. Email us at [email protected] and let us know your thoughts.

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