Brooklyn Chop House crosses bridge into Manhattan
4 monthes ago - By New York Post
A chophouse that's opening in the Financial District next month aims to trade on the legend of the late rapper Biggie Smalls. Brooklyn Chop House will launch at 150 Nassau St. in early September. Veteran restaurateur Stratis Morfogen will run it for owner Robert “Don Pooh” Cummins, a former music exec. “Robert was very close...
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