Indie Food & Wine restaurateur wants to bring ‘good vibes, delicious food’ to Court Square

Last week, The Court Square Blog broke the news that restaurateur Shaunna Sargent from Indie Food & Wine in Lincoln Center is opening a new restaurant at Linc LIC at 43-10 Crescent Street.1 An electrical application was approved for the site last week and construction started in the northern retail space.2 We caught up with Ms. Sargent to […]
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Indie Food & Wine restaurateur coming to Linc LIC at 43-10 Crescent Street

Restaurateur Shaunna Sargent, Director of Operations at Indie Food & Wine in Lincoln Center, will be opening a restaurant in the northern retail space at Linc LIC, 43-10 Crescent Street, The Court Square Blog has learned. The source spoke on condition of anonymity because the deal has not been officially announced yet. Sargent has also been an executive chef […]
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Signage appears for Rockrose retail space at Linc LIC, 43-10 Crescent Street

We were walking by Linc LIC last week when we observed signage for the retail space of the building, located at 43-10 Crescent Street.1 The space is 1,650 square feet, and is the only remaining retail space left in the building.2 The other spots are taken by Food Cellar, World Class Valet and Quik Park. Interested […]
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Food Cellar confirms Thursday opening

Yesterday, The Court Square Blog was the first to report that Food Cellar would be opening its second location in Court Square at 43-10 Crescent Street.1 Food Cellar confirmed that this morning on Twitter. Finally! our second store will be open tomorrow Thursday. We are working very hard to open the doors for our long… […]
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Food Cellar to open in Court Square on Thursday, sources say

Food Cellar will open its doors to Court Square residents on Thursday, multiple sources with knowledge of the situation confirmed to The Court Square Blog. The sources spoke on condition of anonymity because the date has not been formally announced. Food Cellar had previously tweeted in late October that it was projecting an early November […]
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