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Cocktail guru Dave Wondrich discusses the changing Brooklyn in a well-worth-the-time long read in this month's Esquire. It's ultimately hopeful: "As long as there are still Trinidadian doubles shacks in Bed-Stuy and Crown Heights, outside the pickle belt, and Bensonhurst is still Sicilian enough to support Villabate, the greatest pasticceria outside of Sicily itself, I'll keep hope alive that city life doesn't have to be a theme park or a plastic desert." [Esquire via Grub Street]

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