Gowanus Lounge: Serving Brooklyn

Bklink: Park Slope Bahn Mi!!!

October 16th, 2008 · 2 Comments

link-asterisk.jpgThe Brooklyn Paper confirms what a neighborhood source told us earlier this week: The old Tea Lounge Space on Seventh Avenue in the Slope is becoming a Vietnamese sandwich shop. Sarah Portlock reports that “the beloved Vietnamese sandwich shop Hanco’s” is opening in the space. The popular Carroll Gardens spot will open within the next two months bringing a much needed fresh option to the nabe. “After looking at that the area, [we saw that] there is no Vietnamese food over there and we just want to bring something to the neighborhood,” manager Michael Ting says.–Brooklyn Paper

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  • 1 DAILY SLOPE | Park Slope Neighborhood, Brooklyn, NY » Gowanus Lounge Confirms Hanco’s is Coming to Town! // Oct 16, 2008 at 2:32 pm

    […] The Gowanus Lounge via The Brooklyn Paper has now confirmed that Vietnamese sandwich shop Hanco’s will open in the old Tea Lounge space as we reported earlier. The Brooklyn Paper writes: The shop will have an expanded tea selection, and Ting said they are considering opening a coffee bar. But the main attraction will be the banh mi, that delectable French-influenced Vietnamese sandwich that comprises spicy pork, pickled vegetables and a mayonaise-like spread piled high into a baguette — a remnant of France’s one-time dominance in Indochina. […]

  • 2 Jean Kahler // Oct 16, 2008 at 4:26 pm