Dekalb Restaurant in Bed-Stuy built of recycled materials

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

Windows, doors, fire escape railings and even pews from churches and synagogues have taken on a new purpose at Dekalb Restaurant.

Windows, doors, fire escape railings and even pews from churches and synagogues have taken on a new purpose at Dekalb Restaurant. (2/23/14)

BEDFORD-STUYVESANT - 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 serves up healthy, organic food.

The owners also price their menu to be affordable for all diners.

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