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Congratulations to new round of Brooklyn-Made Certified products, approved on January 29, 2018. Fine & Raw Chocolate, The Noble Experiment, Pecoraro Cheese , Daniell Hudson, Moto Spirits Distillary , Lineup Brewing, Poursteady, Meraki NYC, Armada New York, Ming's Monsters, Katherine Forst Mosaics, Five Boroughs Brewing Co., AUZ Design Studio, Richard Clarkson Studio, Randolph Beer DUMBO, OneDTQ, Sam's Granola, Lowercase, Luke Malaney Furniture, Home Interiors by KBalkarran. Managed by the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, Brooklyn-Made is a certification program for locally-made goods. The certification is a market-driven, geographically-focused certification assessing and validating products manufactured in Brooklyn, NY.
Sahadi Fine Foods
Sunset Park supermarkets and groceries
When you first walk through the door, the aroma of fresh spices and Mediterranean cooking envelopes your senses and draws you into the bustling atmosphere of this iconic Middle Eastern grocery store. With bins of fine grains and exquisite spices, bulk containers of imported olives, nuts, and dried fruits, old fashioned barrels of coffee beans and the simple ticket dispenser from which customers must “take a number” during crowded times – this feels like an old-world place – and it is. Sahadi’s has been doing business in Brooklyn for over 65 years with the original Sahadi’s established in Manhattan in 1898. Grains and Candies Originally from Lebanon, the family opened Sahadi’s on Atlantic Avenue in 1948. Business continues to thrive, with customers filtering in from all boroughs. “Here you’ll find ethnic items that you would not find in the average grocery store,” says Charlie Sahadi. His family works with him at the store which is now three generations strong. Today the store anchors a historic Middle Eastern commercial enclave that flourishes along Atlantic Avenue between Court and Clinton Streets. This shopping district endures where there are no Middle Eastern residents to speak of. The appeal of Sahadi’s is, and always will be, the quality of their food. From the gourmet chef, to the adventurous home “experimenter”, you will be sure to find the perfect ingredients on Sahadi’s brimming shelves. Grains, beans, spices and many multi-national varieties of olive oils and cheese abound. For those seeking a takeout gourmet meal, over thirty specialty dishes are proudly prepared daily.
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Lady J Jewelry
Prospect Heights furniture and decor
Jessica D’Amico is the creative and artistic force behind Lady J Jewelry Designs. Miss D’Amico was formally educated at Pratt Art Institute in Brooklyn where she majored in sculpture, with a concentration in metal smithing and jewelry design. In 1998, Miss D’Amico participated in a special studies program at The California College of Arts and Crafts, where she studied under metal smith, Maralyn DeSilva. Miss D’Amico learned special techniques in metal smithing, creating provocative projects such as ceiling-to-floor candelabras, two-foot metal serving spoons and a metal tiara. After completing her studies, Miss D’Amico worked for East Village jewelry designers Sara Samoiloff and Dan Natkjil. In 2002, Jessica embarked on her own, launched her company, Lady J Jewelry Designs, and opened ladyjjewelry.com. In 2005 & 2006, growth led to Demographix Magazine penning a lead story on Lady J Jewelry Designs, with glowing reviews of the launch of the Giraffe Collection and the Saturn Series~the Leather & Silver Line. In 2007, the company continued its rapid growth and received further praise, with features in InStyle Magazine, Lucky Magazine, diything.com, iVillage.com and A.M. New York. During a very busy 2008, despite the demands of managing her business, Miss D'Amico found time to teach jewelry design to young students at Mott Hall in Manhattan. And also in 2008, her Yanomami-inspired collection, Sweet Leaf, was unveiled at trade events and was featured in WWD, Accessories Magazine and Essence Magazine in 2008, and Fine Jewelry Magazine in 2009. Miss D'Amico spent significant time on goodwill endeavours during 2009-2012, supporting such notable causes as The Co-Op School of Brooklyn, Friend's of Karen, Youth Assets, The Urban Assembly Academy of Arts & Letters, P.S. 9, and Brooklyn's St. Nicks Alliance. In May 2012, the company's first store, Lady J +1, opened in Prospect Heights as the first 'Brooklyn-only' showcase featuring indie local artists. In July 2012, the Icicle Collection was launched, and has quickly become the best-selling line in the company's existence. Also in 2012, Miss D'Amico proudly received the worldwide 'Originality In Fashion' award from ORGNL.TV & Stoli. The launch of Comanche by Lady J Jewelry Designs debuted in 2013. Lady J+1 is a member of WAPHA, the Washington Avenue-Prospect Heights Association. Miss D'Amico has designed jewelry for celebrity clients like Denis O'Hare and Jennifer Tzar. Miss D'Amico is married and her and her family reside in Ft. Greene, Brooklyn.
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Sahadi Fine Foods

When you first walk through the door, the aroma of fresh spices and Mediterranean cooking envelopes your senses and draws you into the bustling atmosphere of this iconic Middle Eastern grocery store. With bins of fine grains and exquisite spices, bulk containers of imported olives, nuts, and dried fruits, old fashioned barrels of coffee beans and the simple ticket dispenser from which customers must “take a number” during crowded times – this feels like an old-world place – and it is. Sahadi’s has been doing business in Brooklyn for over 65 years with the original Sahadi’s established in Manhattan in 1898. Grains and Candies Originally from Lebanon, the family opened Sahadi’s on Atlantic Avenue in 1948. Business continues to thrive, with customers filtering in from all boroughs. “Here you’ll find ethnic items that you would not find in the average grocery store,” says Charlie Sahadi. His family works with him at the store which is now three generations strong. Today the store anchors a historic Middle Eastern commercial enclave that flourishes along Atlantic Avenue between Court and Clinton Streets. This shopping district endures where there are no Middle Eastern residents to speak of. The appeal of Sahadi’s is, and always will be, the quality of their food. From the gourmet chef, to the adventurous home “experimenter”, you will be sure to find the perfect ingredients on Sahadi’s brimming shelves. Grains, beans, spices and many multi-national varieties of olive oils and cheese abound. For those seeking a takeout gourmet meal, over thirty specialty dishes are proudly prepared daily.

Brooklyn United Ties, LLC

Brooklyn United Ties is a privately-owned necktie and bow tie company based in Brooklyn, New York. All our designs are hand drawn before the fabric is made, once the fabric is complete it is then cut and stitched in to a tie making each one unique. Inspirations for the print designs come from the many diverse views and neighborhoods of Brooklyn. There is something for everyone, and now you can carry that diversity with you when you wear Brooklyn United Ties. The core value of our company is creating a stronger community by working together to make a difference. We are donating a percentage of the profits from our Real Men Wear Pink tie line to the American Cancer Society. With help from donations like ours, the American Cancer Society is able to fund cancer fighting research that continues to save countless Americans every day. We believe that giving back is the ultimate gift and you can help by buying a Real Men Wear Pink tie. Wear one of our ties and show the world that real men offer support where they can! *Call us at (347) 470-9374 or email us at info@brooklynunitedties.com for your necktie, bow tie, and/or scarf needs.

Lady J Jewelry

Jessica D’Amico is the creative and artistic force behind Lady J Jewelry Designs. Miss D’Amico was formally educated at Pratt Art Institute in Brooklyn where she majored in sculpture, with a concentration in metal smithing and jewelry design. In 1998, Miss D’Amico participated in a special studies program at The California College of Arts and Crafts, where she studied under metal smith, Maralyn DeSilva. Miss D’Amico learned special techniques in metal smithing, creating provocative projects such as ceiling-to-floor candelabras, two-foot metal serving spoons and a metal tiara. After completing her studies, Miss D’Amico worked for East Village jewelry designers Sara Samoiloff and Dan Natkjil. In 2002, Jessica embarked on her own, launched her company, Lady J Jewelry Designs, and opened ladyjjewelry.com. In 2005 & 2006, growth led to Demographix Magazine penning a lead story on Lady J Jewelry Designs, with glowing reviews of the launch of the Giraffe Collection and the Saturn Series~the Leather & Silver Line. In 2007, the company continued its rapid growth and received further praise, with features in InStyle Magazine, Lucky Magazine, diything.com, iVillage.com and A.M. New York. During a very busy 2008, despite the demands of managing her business, Miss D'Amico found time to teach jewelry design to young students at Mott Hall in Manhattan. And also in 2008, her Yanomami-inspired collection, Sweet Leaf, was unveiled at trade events and was featured in WWD, Accessories Magazine and Essence Magazine in 2008, and Fine Jewelry Magazine in 2009. Miss D'Amico spent significant time on goodwill endeavours during 2009-2012, supporting such notable causes as The Co-Op School of Brooklyn, Friend's of Karen, Youth Assets, The Urban Assembly Academy of Arts & Letters, P.S. 9, and Brooklyn's St. Nicks Alliance. In May 2012, the company's first store, Lady J +1, opened in Prospect Heights as the first 'Brooklyn-only' showcase featuring indie local artists. In July 2012, the Icicle Collection was launched, and has quickly become the best-selling line in the company's existence. Also in 2012, Miss D'Amico proudly received the worldwide 'Originality In Fashion' award from ORGNL.TV & Stoli. The launch of Comanche by Lady J Jewelry Designs debuted in 2013. Lady J+1 is a member of WAPHA, the Washington Avenue-Prospect Heights Association. Miss D'Amico has designed jewelry for celebrity clients like Denis O'Hare and Jennifer Tzar. Miss D'Amico is married and her and her family reside in Ft. Greene, Brooklyn.

Femenella Custom

Banner photo credit: Michal Zieba