Fair Trade coffee, tofu dogs, and breast-feeding—together at last! It is certainly not news that procreating yoga yuppies have taken over Brooklyn. The 2005 census confirms what seems obvious if you've strolled down DeKalb recently: Fort Greene has the highest percentage of citizens under the age of two in the entire city. And the borough is being baby-proofed as a result—the boom has spawned a demand for baby eateries. No, not for eating babies, but cafés where parents don't have to shush their high-chaired toddlers through lunch. The kids have their own play spaces, and parents can sit nearby, watching them make a mess—not in... More >>>