Park Slope's Newest Next-Door Neighbors: Two Upcoming Restaurants

PARK SLOPE, BROOKLYN — A pair of upcoming restaurants could be Park Slope’s tastiest new neighbors.

The international Korean fast food chain bb.q Chicken is expanding into Brooklyn with a location along Fifth Avenue.

“Coming soon,” declare signs on the storefront near Bergen Street.

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Brown paper also covers the windows next door to the forthcoming bb.q Chicken spot. Signage shows that Halal Grill Bros — a New York City chain that serves up gyros, kabob, falafel and salad — is opening in 44 Fifth Ave., which previously had been The Original Hot Dog Factory.

Representatives for both bb.q Chicken and Halal Grill Bros didn’t return requests for comment — including on opening dates — as of publication.

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But the apparent upcoming openings could breathe life back into a section of Fifth Avenue that has had a rocky stretch for local businesses.

Both storefronts are next to LuLu’s Cuts & Toys, which closed in February amid a shift into an online business.

The aforementioned The Original Hot Dog Factory had closed during the coronavirus pandemic.

The storefront for Halal Grill Bros has been vacant for several years.

When the Halal Grill Bros opens, it will be the fourth location for the business, according to the company’s website.

The bb.q Chicken chain opened in Seoul, South Korea, in 1995, that company’s website states.

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It has now expanded to 57 countries, 3,500 locations, with more than 130 in the U.S., including in K-Town and a “second U.S. flagship” along Manhattan’s Third Avenue.

“The bb.q in our name stands for ‘Best of the Best Quality’, and that’s exactly what you can expect from every one of our restaurants,” the company’s website states.

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