New Fitness Center, Restaurants, & More Coming Soon

Mon, Oct 1st, 2018

Almost a dozen new businesses are set to open their doors on Myrtle Avenue in Fort Greene and Clinton Hill in the coming months. We’ve already reported on some – including an Urgent Care Center, smoothie shop, and specialty foods store – but below is a round-up of businesses who’ve recently signed leases and are preparing to open soon.


Opening their second NYC location, Southbridge Fitness will bring their workout and physical therapy services to Fort Greene at 322 Myrtle Avenue. The boutique fitness and physical rehabilitation center will be led by Southbridge’s founders Martin Addo and Monifa Maat (Addo + Monifa = ADD-MO FITNESS). But you don’t need to wait until their opening to join them on a workout. From now through December, they’ll be hosting sunrise boot camp sessions on select Saturdays in Fort Greene Park. Click here to sign-up.

Add-Mo Fitness, 322 Myrtle Avenue (btwn Carlton & Washington Pk)


The incredibly popular seafood “shack” in Crown Heights heads to Clinton Hill this fall! The Crabby Shack will soon open at 150 Clinton Avenue, behind Putnam’s Pub & Cooker, where they’ll serve their signature crab rolls. Congratulations to owners Fifi (left) and Gwen (right) on the opening of their second location!

The Crabby Shack, 150 Clinton Avenue (btwn Myrtle & Park)


Also opening this fall is a new option for Thai food in Fort Greene. ACE Thai Kitchen is set to open soon at 330 Myrtle Avenue, where they’ve recently unveiled a new storefront and sign. The restaurant will serve classic Thai cooking, available for dine-in, carry-out or delivery.

ACE Thai Kitchen, 330 Myrtle (btwn Carlton & Washington Pk)


The beauty of an old-school style, hand-painted sign can’t be beat. The premier Brooklyn-based sign painter Van Zee Sign Co. will soon open shop on Myrtle at Grand Avenue. Led by William Van Zee, the company’s impeccable signs and murals have been popped up all over NYC. You may have seen their work on storefronts like Du’s Donuts, Oddfellows Ice Cream, in Chelsea Market, and right here on Myrtle Avenue at Petee’s Cafe.

Van Zee Sign Co., 109 Grand Avenue (btwn Myrtle & Park)


The new E-Bite restaurant will be a grab-and-go style restaurant featuring an Asian fusion menu. Behind the new eatery is the team from Myrtle Avenue’s popular U-gu restaurant, known for their donburi and poke-style bowls. They’ll also offer bobble tea, smoothies, and delivery.
E-Bite, 336 Myrtle Avenue (btwn Carlton & Washington Pk)
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