A second location will be moving into the corner space at Fifth Avenue and President Street, which had been home to Mexican restaurant until last week, reports Here’s Park Slope.
Dizzy’s originated on Ninth Street between Eighth Avenue and Propsect Park West in 1998. Billing itself as a “finer diner,” the décor is quirky and the brunch is popular.
The corner restaurant space at Fifth and President had previously been home to Playa, Lookout Hill BBQ, Biscuit BBQ, Night and Day, BiBi's and a laundromat, according to the blog.
The now-shuttered Comida had , and when Patch’s food critic stopped by to test it out, wondered why a month-old restaurant would have an empty dining room. A sign in their window last week proclaimed their closure and thanked the neighborhood for their business.