I'm not sure when the Brooklyn outpost of Loreley Biergarten closed, but when I happened to think I was walking by its location in the shadow of the BQE a couple days ago, it was gone. This is what it looked like when Loreley existed, in a spread from my Guide to Contmporary New York City Architecture:
[That should say 64 *Frost* Street – D'OH! | Photos by Amy Barkow]
Not only is restaurant designed by Rickenbacker + Leung gone, per this Google Street View from April 2012:
But sometime between then and September 2013, the date of this Google Street View, the restaurant changed from Loreley's innovate brick fencing to something with a wood fence, and the city put in a preliminary plaza at the triangular tip where Frost and Meeker meet:
The new restaurant, since mid-2013, is Battery Harris, a "Carribbean-inspired restaurant and bar."