With the arrival of new restaurants, shops, and services like urgent care, the commercial strip along Myrtle Avenue in Fort Greene and Clinton Hill continues to grow. So far in 2018, seven new businesses signed leases or opened their doors on Myrtle Avenue. Below is a round-up of what’s new and what’s coming soon to the neighborhood:
MedRite Urgent Care
No appointment necessary. Urgent care is arriving on Myrtle Avenue with the opening of MedRite at 504 Myrtle Avenue in late 2018. This will be MedRite’s sixth location and its first in Brooklyn.
MedRite Urgent Care, 504 Myrtle Avenue
Moving in next door to MedRite Urgent Care, Smoothie King will open its 3rd New York City location in 2018 in Clinton Hill at 504 Myrtle Avenue. The smoothie shop, which began in New Orleans in 1973, now has over 800 locations around the world
Smoothie King, 504 Myrtle Avenue
Petee’s Pie – NOW OPEN
This popular Lower East Side bake-shop will be expanding, with a second location set to open at 505 Myrtle Avenue in Clinton Hill. They are planning an opening in the next few months.
Petee’s Pie, 505 Myrtle Avenue
The Yard BK
A new American restaurant has signed a lease at 471 Myrtle Avenue, between Washington Avenue and Hall Street. They have just begun a long process of overhauling the old space which includes outfitting an enormous backyard space! Stay on top of their progress by following them on their new Instagram page.
The Yard BK, 471 Myrtle Avenue
A full-service salon, offering services for men and women, including braids, hair replacement, extensions, locs and services for natural hair. Opening this spring.
Salon Rhed, 374 Myrtle Avenue
Dun Huang Miss Noodle
Found at 531 Myrtle Avenue, between Steuben and Grand, this Chinese noodle house will be the second outpost of the popular Dun Huang noodle restaurant in Flushing.
Dun Huang Miss Noodle, 531 Myrtle Avenue