Junior's Cheesecake Owner Decides Not To Sell Flagship Building In Downtown BrooklynThe home of Brooklyn's most famous cheesecake is not for sale after all.
Junior's Cheesecake Selling Flagship Building In Downtown Brooklynwhile the owner of the famed diner and desert spot insists Junior's will return there, customers fear losing it for good.
Celebrating Cheesecake Day With Junior'sAnthropologists believe the first cheesecake was made in Greece - but we're sure the Greeks had nothing on the recipe for Junior's Cheesecake. Alan Rosen, co-owner of the New York institution, visited the Couch to celebrate the day - and give us the secret to to making a great version of the dessert.
Junior's Celebrates 60 Years With 60 Cent CheesecakeJunior's will be selling slices of its world famous New York-style original cheesecake for 60 cents all day and if you decide to dine at the original Flatbush Avenue location you can get a free slice with breakfast, lunch and dinner.