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Am I A Freak For Getting Down?
“Queen”, the new Janelle Monae ft. Erykah Badu! We’re loving it.
Happy Birthday Joe Henderson
NEW MUSIC: Kelis “Call On Me”
Kelis, where have you been the past couple of years? Thanks for coming back 🙂
NEW MUSIC: Thundercat – Heartbreaks + Setbacks
This new Thundercat, we are LOVING. There’s so much heart in this new track, we can’t wait to hear the full album “Apocalypse” produced by Flying Lotus. Take a listen, below!
Brooklyn Loves …
Marvin Gaye, April 1.
Brooklyn’s Best Hidden Secret for Lunch – Govinda’s!
If you don’t know about Govinda’s Vegetarian Lunch…well, now you do! Their menu changes everyday and a typical fb menu post looks like this:
“It is Thursday!!!!!! We have eggplant parm, quinoa salad, fresh sauteed kale, asparagus/ with mixed vegs, minestrone soup, rosemary bread, samosas, and black beans with sweet potato. And there are yummy chocolate cupcakes!!!! Cookies and cheesecake!”
It’s food prepared with love in the basement of the Hare Krishna Temple, Sri Sri Radha Govinda Mandir. Vegetarians and non vegetarians are likely to become hooked on this amazing food. I love their split pea soup, lentils, beet salad, and I always take an extra samosa home! The homemade bread is an added bonus.
Turn your cell phone off and plan to spend between $6-$12, depending on how hungry you are. Just leave room for the homemade desserts 🙂
Visit their Facebook Page and stop by for lunch Mon-Fri from 12:00-3:30. It’s located at 305 Schermerhorn St (between Bond & Nevins).
Thank us later!
So Long, Abistro
If you live in or near Ft Greene, Brooklyn, chances are you’ve had brunch or dinner at Abistro on Dekalb Ave.
Spicy pancakes, senegalese fried chicken, their signature senegalese breakfast, coconut oil seared plantains, sorrel mimosas…I will stop. Truth is, this place is one of the BEST spots in Brooklyn for brunch. Their menu is one of a kind! Labeled as “African Infused Cuisine” and prepared by Chef Abdul Gueye (owned by he & his wife), this place is a favorite for Brooklynites.
So when I went by there tonight for dinner, I was disappointed and saddened when Chef Abdul told me they’d be closing in just a couple of weeks. Abistro is not just a place that my circle & I choose for casual brunch, but it’s where I chose to spend my last birthday and where my good friends Marcus & Dawn chose to host their engagement party. It’s where my sister will be having her birthday brunch, this coming weekend! There’s something about the place and the chef that makes it feel like ‘home’.
Tonight, I had the citrus salmon. No drinks this go ’round. I also think I was the last to leave the restaurant. Just, very sad for more reasons than I care to mention.
If you have not had their food, I HIGHLY recommend you try it out within the next two weeks. If you are a regular..make sure you have your last few cups of coffee with a hint of cinnamon.
So long, Abistro.
Visit their website
250 Dekalb Brooklyn, NY 11205 (347) 384-2972
Music! Jaleel Shaw – Free Download of I Wish I Didn’t Know
We’re excited about Jaleel Shaw‘s recent release: The Soundtrack of Things to Come.
He just posted a link to a live version of “I Wish I Didn’t Know” Grab it below, then buy the album on iTunes!
Thanks for keeping the music alive!