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Storecasting: Downtown Brooklyn Is Suddenly Supermarket Central

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[Image of incoming Brooklyn Fare via Brooklyn Paper]

When it rains, it pours: Two other supermarkets are following Trader Joe's to downtown Brooklyn. Gourmet food shop Brooklyn Fare, at Hoyt and Schermerhorn, will open this winter, providing G-train riders with prepared foods and groceries directly on top of the subway stop. And the Concord Village co-op at Jay and Tillary will get its own Concord Market, which aims to be a bit more upscale than the Associated Supermarket that was booted from the co-op in July. Add those to the Gristedes re-opening at 79 Henry St after last year's fire, and suddenly downtown Brooklynites have to make some hard choices about where to buy their arugula.
· Salad days! Two new groceries to open in Downtown [Brooklyn Paper]
· Brooklyn Heights Gristedes to Re-Emerge, Phoenix-Like, From the Flames [Racked]