More help wanted signs posted at Food Cellar as it inches closer to opening

Food Cellar appears to be close to opening.1 No, really. Last week, we stopped by the location and saw new help wanted signs looking for experienced prospective employees in the produce department. And when we peaked inside, it really appeared to us that the long-awaited supermarket was on the cusp of opening. Take a look […]
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Food Cellar posts ‘Now Hiring!’ signs at Court Square location

In a sign that Food Cellar may finally be opening soon, construction crews recently posted ‘Now Hiring!’ signs around the 43-10 Crescent Street site. Potential candidates are encouraged to send resumes to jobs@foodcellarco.com for all departments. While no official date has been announced, sources have told The Court Square Blog the grocer is now aiming for an […]
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PickUpLater signage appears at future Food Cellar location

It’s been a big year for local Court Square resident Kodjo Hounnaké, whose recent startup ‘PickUpLater‘ has been making waves in Long Island City. With the Food Cellar set to open at LINC LIC sometime later this year, PickUpLater now has signage up at 43-10 Crescent Street. Here’s an except from our interview with Hounnaké […]
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Construction is moving along slowly at the Food Cellar

We haven’t checked in with the Food Cellar since early August,1 but when we stopped by last week, we were a little dismayed with the progress (or lack thereof) inside. Multiple sources with knowledge of the situation have told TCSB that the delivery date for the high-end grocery store will be in the first quarter […]
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Construction starts again inside the Food Cellar

The number one question we hear over at The Court Square Blog is, “What is the deal with the Food Cellar?” Loyal reader Amadeo Plaza is among those people, and earlier in the week, he was walking by the future home of the Food Cellar at 43-10 Crescent Street and snapped the below photo. While we’ve […]
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