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Coming to Myrtle Ave in 2019

The new year brings with it a slate of new businesses who are set to open their doors on Myrtle Avenue in Fort Greene and Clinton Hill in 2019. Below…

#FitnessGoals 2019 Edition

Diet Starts Monday It’s also around this time we start rethinking some of the food and drink choices we made over the holiday season, am I right? We are right…

Now Open: E-Bite

A new grab-and-go restaurant has opened up in Fort Greene, serving up a creative Chinese and JapaneseĀ inspired menu. E-Bite at 336 Myrtle Ave opened its doors last week and began…

Giving Back: Where to Volunteer Locally

Looking to give back? There are so many ways to donate your time and skills right here in the neighborhood. To help you find the perfect volunteer opportunity, we’ve put…

Upcoming Holiday Events on Myrtle Avenue

The holiday season is here again on Myrtle Avenue and we’re celebrating with a full calendar of festive events in Clinton Hill and Fort Greene. Favorite annual events, like the…

‘Tis the Season for Giving: Local Donation Guide

The holidays always bring plenty of opportunities for neighbors to give back to one another. On Myrtle Avenue, local businesses and organizations are working to help connect those in need…

2018 #ShopMyrtle Holiday Gift Guide

‘TisĀ the season for giving. But what to give is always the question. With so many people on your shopping list and so little time, we hope our 2018 Holiday Gift…

Thanksgiving Made Easy: Dine-in or Carry-out

This is a no judgment zone. If you don’t want to spend your Thanksgiving holiday standing in a kitchen, that’s okay. Luckily, you can still enjoy all the Thanksgiving classics…

Shop Myrtle on Small Business Saturday

Small Business Saturday returns to Myrtle Avenue for Thanksgiving weekend on Saturday, November 24th! The annual, national event provides an opportunity for local communities to show support for the independent…

30 Days of #MyrtleThanks

We’ve had an amazing year here on Myrtle Avenue, and we have a lot of people to thank for that. Whether it’s keeping the street clean, supporting local businesses, hosting…

Connecting Residents with Local Benefits

The Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership is the first organization in the country to create a specialized hyperlocal feature with the tech company Benefit Kitchen that allows low-income households in our...