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Little Purity

$ •Diner

390 7th Ave, Brooklyn
(718) 369-1722


Take-Out/Delivery Options





masks required

staff wears masks

accepts credit cards

accepts android pay

accepts apple pay

outdoor seating


moderate noise

good for groups

good for kids

good for breakfast, brunch, lunch

street parking

bike parking

waiter service

beer & wine only

wheelchair accessible


open to all

breakfast food


good service


great value

good for a quick meal



french fries

tuna melts

french toast



brunch food

spicy food




fresh food


diner food

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Monday8AM - 7PM
Tuesday8AM - 7PM
Wednesday8AM - 7PM
Thursday8AM - 7PM
Friday8AM - 7PM
Saturday8AM - 7PM
Sunday8AM - 5PM

Hours or services may differ due to COVID-19. Please contact the business directly to verify hours and availability.

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PARK SLOPE, BROOKLYN — Another Seventh Avenue staple has shut its doors in Park Slope. The longtime diner Park Cafe is permanently closed after more than two decades in the neighborhood, Brownstoner reports.

A photo sent into Brownstoner shows that the "store hours" sign in the window of the 82 Seventh Ave. storefront now reads "Closed Permanently. Thank you loyal patrons."

The tipster said that the closing came suddenly, as the diner was just open on Monday.

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"Yesterday all was as usual. No word of closing. Now they are gone for good," he said in an email to Brownstoner Tuesday night.

A call to Park Cafe on Thursday went unanswered. The diner's website on EatStreet also had a notice that the restaurant is "currently closed."

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The business is the latest in several longtime Park Slope spots that are closing down, including multiple spots on Seventh Avenue.

The Old Carriage Inn, a longtime staple on Seventh Avenue, closed its doors for good on St. Patrick's Day after 35 years in the neighborhood. The family-owned bar, which first opened in 1975, had sold its building and couldn't afford to stay and rent the space, owner Dorothy Waggelman said.

Another Seventh Avenue staple The Clay Pot announced just a week before The Old Carriage Inn that it would be closing its Brooklyn space after 50 years. The jewelry store will focus on its Manhattan location, instead, owners said.

On other major avenues in the neighborhood, longtime gay bar Excelsior recently closed its doorson Fifth Avenue after 20 years in the neighborhood.

The Pacific Bar announced that it would close down its Fourth Avenue spot after 12 years in the neighborhood and, last spring, a grocer that had been in the area for nearly five decades shutdown.

Popular watering hole Kings Beer Hall also shut its doors back in April, although owners hinted that the bar might be opening somewhere else soon.

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7 Reasons To Love 7th Avenue Donuts

7th Avenue Donuts
  • Mary Bakija
7 Reasons To Love 7th Avenue Donuts
vanilla frosted donut with sprinkles from 7th Avenue Diner & Donuts

If you’ve never stepped into 7th Avenue Donuts, the 24-hour diner and donut shop at 324 7th Avenue (between 8th and 9th Streets), you’re missing out — but that’s cool. more donuts for us. Still, we want to make sure this gem remains open for another 38 years, so here are the reasons you should visit if you haven’t — and why you should keep heading back if you have.

Late night snack

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7. It’s A Boss Diner

We think about their donuts first and foremost, but once in a while we’re lucky enough to remember it’s a great option for typical diner fare, from omelets to burgers and everything in between. Just remember, it’s cash-only.

It never stops. A photo posted by Clara Doti (@claradoti) on

6. It’s Centrally Located

For anyone dashing to the F/G at 7th Ave, or even the R down at 4th/9th, it’s easy to make a quick detour here before your morning commute — or on your way home after a long day.

5. It’s Holding Strong

One by one, we’ve lost neighborhood institutions — O’Connor’s, Jackie’s 5th Amendment, Prospect Gardens Pharmacy, to name a few. But this spot, which opened in 1977, remains a vestige of old Park Slope — and one that old and young can still agree on.

4. They’re The Nicest

Every time I’ve been in here, I’ve been greeted by a friendly “Hello,” and sassed when sassing is required. When I ordered that vanilla-frosted donut, the waitress asked if I wanted it plain or with sprinkles, and I said, perhaps too enthusiastically: “Sprinkles, obviously!” And she laughed and winked and said, “Sure, princess, you got it!”

3am marble twist (Photo by Park Slope Stoop)

3. It’s Open 24 Hours A Day

This neighborhood isn’t the best for late-night eats, but thankfully 7th Avenue Donuts is always there for us (and for those working the late-shift across the street at Methodist). Nothing’s more satisfying than a grilled-cheese sandwich and a pile of fries at 3am — except for a marble twist right out of the oven, of course.

2. It Delivers

And boy do they deliver — I once had them bring a friend a birthday dozen, which is far superior to any cake.

  Donut envy   A photo posted by Yolanda Edwards (@yolandaedwards) on

1. Donuts

Seriously, these are some of the best donuts in Brooklyn. Whether you’re into cake or raised, they’ve got you covered, and they’re all delicious. And cheap! Donuts here run around $1-$2. But as a wise friend once said: “A dozen or none!” That box of thirteen (baker’s dozen, baby) will cost you just under $10.

Sours: https://bklyner.com/7-reasons-to-love-7th-avenue-donuts-parkslopestoop/

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