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Brooklyn Victory Garden Closing After Five Years

February 3, 2016
After five years of selling locally sourced meat, cheese, breads, flowers, herbs, and vegetables, Clinton Hill’s Brooklyn Victory Garden has announced it is closing shop as soon as its inventory is exhausted, which could be as soon as this week.

In addition, Brooklyn Victory Garden sold ethically and sustainable-sourced food and gifts to residents and all who stopped by.

This closure is just one more in the neighborhood as Brooklyn continues its gentrification to elite, hipster status, rents climb through the roof, and competition becomes fierce.

To speed things along the shop is offering a 35 percent discount on everything, until there is nothing left. Tess and Tom, the owners, do not anticipate the store will stay open past Saturday, February 6. So come in, buy something, and say good-bye.

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