(photos of Stork and Zelda's via Franklin Avenue Merchants)
The weekend's already rolling, of course, but better late than never. To start, Stork is open "Ffor business, adding another new shop to Franklin's hottest block (between Sterling and Park). Those with little ones, share your reviews! Meanwhile, Zelda's, a teeny-tiny spot that will offer coffee, pastries and (once they get their licensing sorted out) wine in the evenings is nearing completion next door, and plans to open in two weeks (no word yet on whether the servers will be dressed like this).
- In foodie news, Crown Heights keeps bringing in the rave reviews and awards, with local favorite Super Wings reclaiming the "Best Wings in Brooklyn" crown they won in 2010.
- As I write this, local bike activists are out surveying Crown Heights to figure out locations for bike racks - thanks to all those who volunteered! As Prospect Heights Patch reports, there's also a meeting about bike sharing coming up this Tuesday.
- Finally, it's First Saturday at the Brooklyn Museum tonight - tonight's event celebrates "Fierce, Phenomenal Women" (appropriate both because March is Women's History Month and because the Brooklyn Museum has one of the most interesting collections of feminist art anywhere, including Judy Chicago's "The Dinner Party.")