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Ray's Barber Shop
331 Myrtle Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11205
Ray's Barber Shop has been a neighborhood staple for the past 40 years. It specializes in all kinds of haircuts for menMore and women. Fades, tapers, slopes and designs are the order of the day. Ray's even does  eyebrow shaping. Inside, you'll hear customers banter about last night's game, the weather or anything else under the sun.
Church of St. Luke & St. Matthew
520 Clinton Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11238
The Church of St. Luke & St. Matthew is a parish of the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island and a member of theMore Anglican Communion. The Holy Eucharist is celebrated each Sunday at 10am with traditional hymns. The congregation, centered in one of Brooklyn's most beautiful churches, has an active educational and social program to aid the needy in the community. In cold weather, the church hosts homeless guests overnight on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Bible study is offered on Thursdays at 5:30pm. The Rev. Michael T. Sniffen is priest in charge.
Graziella's Italian Restaurant
232 Vanderbilt Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11205
Graziella's, located on Vanderbilt Avenue between Dekalb and Willoughby avenues, is the place to come for fine ItalianMore dining seven days a week. Choose from large lunch, dinner and dessert menus featuring soups, seafood, paninis, pastas and wood-fired pizzas.  Enjoy rooftop seating when the weather is nice, and take advantage of delivery service any time if you'd rather have a meal in the comfort of your own home.    
Hot Bird
546 Clinton Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11238
Named for a defunct local barbecue spot, this bar and lounge is entered through a courtyard enclosed by aMore nondescript wooden fence. The bar's interior is a converted garage where patrons sit and sample the beer and whiskey selections, or stand and rest their drinks on two table saws in the middle of the room. The bar occasionally features DJs and there is a food truck in warm weather. Payment is cash only; there is an ATM on the premises.
662 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY 11217
This spacious Turkish restaurant just off Fowler Square is a popular dinner spot for BAM attendees. AppetizersMore include fried zucchini pancakes with garlic yogurt sauce, spicy ezme salad, and Spinach Tarator (a dish made of spinach, onions, yogurt and walnuts). Entrees include Chicken Adana Kebab and Mediterranean Sea Bass Branzini. Deniz offers lunch and dinner specials, and provides sidewalk seating during warm weather.
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