Dekalb Restaurant in Bed-Stuy built of recycled materials

Windows, doors, fire escape railings and even pews

Windows, doors, fire escape railings and even pews from churches and synagogues have taken on a new purpose at Dekalb Restaurant. (February 23, 2014 10:40 PM)

Everything old is new again at a new Bed-Stuy restaurant, built with recycled materials.

Windows, doors, fire escape railings and even pews from churches and synagogues have taken on a new purpose at Dekalb Restaurant. Owner Ras Levi says the recycled pieces are meant to establish contact with the past. 

The recycled pieces are also meant to add a rustic charm to restaurant, which...

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