Bark Hot Dogs Closes Up Shop

10435790_10152728392254916_3747257176259248714_n.0.0.jpgAfter a brief stint with a second location in Greenwich village last year which closed after six months, the 7 year-old Bark Hot Dogs will officially close up shop completely on February 7th. Bark was a Park Slope standby for many years, and owner Joshua Sharkey had previously talked about plans to open a different Manhattan location in a new neighborhood. That now seems unlikely, although Sharkey has been vague on the exact reasons for closure, stating only that (unlike the Greenwich Village location), rent was not the primary factor.

In honor of their final week, Bark’s popular homemade condiments will be available in bulk for $5 a pound. Stock up now for Superbowl Sunday, and get one last dog before they’re gone.

To read more, click here.

Feature Your Business at the Food + Enterprise Summit

We posted recently about the Food + Enterprise summit this April 8-9th in Brooklyn. Tickets are still available online at the early bird price of $250, so check them out before February 18th. For vendors, Food + Enterprise is also accepting applications to showcase your business with an exhibitor’s table at the Marketplace on Saturday April 9th. In 2015, the Marketplace featured businesses like Driftaway Coffee, Blue Marble Ice Cream, and Kelso beer, alongside catering companies, farms, and other vendors. Food exhibitors should provide 500 sample portions and a staff member to meet and greet with other attendees.

To register a table, click here.