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She went on to also say “We even want to invite Brooklyn newspapers and television news reporters to see for themselves progress that we are making and will continue to make, we are not just doing this for our immediate family but also for our extended Brooklyn family. We live in Brooklyn, raised our children in Brooklyn and are excited that we have an opportunity to make a positive impact on our community.”
Their catering business is growing, they offer several different packages for weddings, corporate events, business gatherings, luncheon’s, and brunch. If you haven’t been to Lundy’s before then it’s your chance to get acquainted with them, if you have been to Lundy’s before then get reacquainted with them. Walk in and shake hands with owners, sit by clam bar and talk to one of many “Brooklyn Historians” that work at Lundy’s like Drew who runs clam bar, or Chris who is a member of Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce and a walking Brooklyn reference book. You can even meet Exec Chef Russell Guarneri and see what new cuisine he has on tap for night.
You can even just come to sit at bar on a Saturday night, meet some new people and enjoy some clams. Come on a Sunday for brunch and watch game on televisions above bar.
This is a new era for Lundy’s and with support from Brooklyn Community Brooklyn Landmark that is also known as a “Brooklyn Tradition” to most, can be brought back to it’s glory.
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