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In Two Bridges, Brooklyn Fare store finally may fill supermarket void

The Brooklyn Fare supermarket at 225 Cherry St. is finally making progress toward opening. Merchandise is being stocked and activity in the store is much in evidence.

(Photo by Roger Bultot)

None of the workers could provide an opening date, but it seems to be imminent. It is definitely going to be a big store at 25,000 square feet.

(Photo by Roger Bultot)

The new market will help fill the void of the beloved Pathmark grocery store that was an affordable neighborhood staple but was demolished in 2014 to make way for Extell Development’s One Manhattan Plaza luxury tower project.


  1. Matthew Matthew March 29, 2024

    Weren’t the biggest complaints about the Pathmark’s closing because it was only grocery store with free parking in the area and how drivers who wanted free parking then had to go to Harlem for groceries?

  2. DuchessofNYC DuchessofNYC March 26, 2024

    Why is it called Brooklyn Fare if its on the LES? Why not LES Fare?

    • The Village Sun The Village Sun Post author | March 26, 2024

      Good point. But it’s a mini-chain store that started in Brooklyn and that’s the name!

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