Sunday, March 21, 2021

Voice Of Gowanus' Exclusive Café Rezoné Pops Up In Carroll Park With Three-Eyed Fish, Speculator Stew, And Nothing for NYCHA Nachos


Following the successful of its first outdoor pop-up in February,  Café Rezoné,  Gowanus' newest trendy dining option, returned today with a brand new menu in Carroll Park, Carroll Gardens.

This time, the upper echelon patrons of the exclusive eatery dined on Three-Eyed Fish, Raw Sewage Salad with Black Mayonnaise, Char-grilled lobbying dollars with a manufacturing reduction, and Pan-seared Public Place Toxins.

The event was an opportunity for the community to laugh, but also to learn about the absurdity of New York City's plan to build affordable housing near an EPA Superfund site that the City still uses as an open sewer, in a flood zone. Let's join forces to tell the City and Councilmembers Brad Lander and Stephen Levin that the massive rezone they are proposing is all wrong for Gowanus.

Café Rezone is the newest venture of Voice Of Gowanus, the coalition of community organizations and individual citizens for a healthy and sustainable neighborhood.

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