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2008_01_brooklyn.jpgCutlets has some follow-up today on the Brooklyn hidden bar we told you about yesterday. "Located behind the Sushi D on Adelphi Street, the Hideout is actually in the stable of a nineteenth-century carriage house. Muhammad and partners WBLS radio host Dahved Levy (also part owner of the Red Bamboo across the street) and Asio Highsmith (a model and actor) agreed to have the building’s door restored in order to open the business. Capacity right now is only 40 people, but expect those doors to open and the crowd to spill out once the weather gets warm. It won’t be so intimate, but you might get a seat." UPDATE: Oops, different place. [Cutlets]

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