Category Archives: Cortland

Pinhole Coffee Has Finally Opened, and It Is Awesome

It was nine months ago when we first noticed the papered-over windows of 231 Cortland foretelling the coming of an intriguing-sounding cafe. Late last week, Pinhole Coffee’s doors officially opened for business, and by all reports, it is awesome. @bernalwood Tried out @PinholeCoffee this morning … Continue reading

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Sexy Bernal Sweatshirt Hoodies For Sale to Support Final Phase of Library Art Project

The Bernal Library Art Project is entering its final phase. After all the controversy, and the delicate mediation, and the hard-earned consensus, and the installation of new artwork on the library’s Cortland and Moultrie facades, work is now underway to complete … Continue reading

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Pinhole Coffee on Cortland Aims for Septemberish Opening

Anticipation has been building in Western Cortlandia as neighbors look forward to the grand opening of Pinhole Coffee at 231 Cortland, on the corner of Bonview. Bernalwood first told you about Pinhole last November, but opening a business in this town … Continue reading

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Zagat Has Discovered Red Hill Station. You Should Too. Quickly.

It’s been a few months since Red Hill Station opened. During that time, your Bernalwood editor has dined at Red Hill Station, the new seafood restaurant on Cortland created by Bernal neighbors Taylor Pederson and Amy Reticker, three or four times. … Continue reading

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Tonight: Party at The New Wheel to Celebrate a Homegrown Electric Bike

Miss Karen Wiener, co-founder of the newfangled (and devilishly successful) New Wheel electric bicycle shop on Cortland, shares news that there’s a party at the store beginning at 6 pm tonight to celebrate the release of the Faraday Porteur,  a supersexy new ebike … Continue reading

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Chuck’s Grocery Closes, But Neighborly Gratitude Remains

Chuck’s Grocery on the corner of Cortland and Bocana has been an institution since just about forever. Yesterday was Chuck’s last day of operation, though, and Neighbor Michael Nolan shared this lovely appreciation: Chuck’s Grocery Store, also known as Reliable Grocery, is scheduled to … Continue reading

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Cool Old Sign on Cortland Is Actually New, But Still Way Cool

On a recent evening, your Bernalwood editor was strolling in downtown Cortlandia, near the glamorous northeast corner of Cortland and Ellsworth. I looked up as I passed the corner store, and noticed a rather beautiful, retrolicious neon sign that  declared “Pay Little.” “Words to … Continue reading

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