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Hannah Berman

Hannah Berman

Hannah Berman is a Brooklyn-born freelance writer. She writes about food, culture, and nonprofit news, and runs her own grumpy food newsletter called Hannah is Eating. She graduated from Wesleyan University in 2021 with a degree in English Theory and Literary Forms. In addition to her journalism, Hannah is a fiction writer, and her fiction has been published in On the Run Fiction, Allegory Ridge's fiction anthology, Thirty West's imprint Tilde, Talk Vomit and the Sad Girls Club, among other places.

Recent Work by Hannah

Here's The Scoop on Ice Cream Shop Caffè Panna Landing in Greenpoint

Here's The Scoop on Ice Cream Shop Caffè Panna Landing in Greenpoint

Ice cream queen Hallie Meyer's gourmet scoops and sundae joint opened on July 11.
Free Pasta in Bushwick?

Free Pasta in Bushwick?

How one Bushwick restaurant plans to give back to its neighbors
Meet Hetty Lui McKinnon, a 2024 James Beard Award Winner

Meet Hetty Lui McKinnon, a 2024 James Beard Award Winner

The Brooklyn-based chef's cookbook "Tenderheart" won this year's vegetable-focused book award.
Epic Brooklyn Pride Celebrated by Thousands

Epic Brooklyn Pride Celebrated by Thousands

The nonprofit group Brooklyn Pride hosted a week's worth of events, culminating in a street fair and parade on Saturday.
Veselka's Savory Pierogies and Borscht Lands in Williamsburg

Veselka's Savory Pierogies and Borscht Lands in Williamsburg

The Brooklyn outpost of everyone's favorite Ukrainian restaurant opens on Wednesday, June 5.
Sicilian Sensation Piccola Cucina Finally Lands in Brooklyn

Sicilian Sensation Piccola Cucina Finally Lands in Brooklyn

The sixth location of Piccola Cucina also has two rooms for rent above the restaurant.
Park Slope Welcomes New Lebanese Culinary Gem

Park Slope Welcomes New Lebanese Culinary Gem

Siblings Samaya Boueri Ziade and George Boueri opened Sawa, their first restaurant, in April.
Atlantic Avenue's Newest Entry Serves up Lebanese Tacos

Atlantic Avenue's Newest Entry Serves up Lebanese Tacos

El Cedro melds Lebanese and Mexican cuisine, highlighting a long — and often unknown — history between the two countries.
Franchises Creeping Along Fifth Avenue Take Flavor Out of Park Slope, Residents and Merchants Say

Franchises Creeping Along Fifth Avenue Take Flavor Out of Park Slope, Residents and Merchants Say

Bye bye, Miss American Pie! The homey, community feel of Fifth Avenue near Barclays Center is disappearing.
The Brooklyn Yearbook Sets a New Standard For Networking

The Brooklyn Yearbook Sets a New Standard For Networking

This project by lifelong collaborators Brandon Iverson and Jordan Williams is helping young Brooklynites feel a bit less lonely and network at the same time.
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