Angela (right) and her husband Alan. (Photo by Andrew Craft / The Brooklyn Ink) Nestled on the corner of Nostrand Ave. and Jefferson Ave. on the main strip of Bedford-Stuyvesant, Angela’s is unassuming, without any large signs. One of the owners, Alan Whyte, says they “have absolutely no budget for advertising.” They simply rely on […]
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