And the resistance continues! Authorities have since removed the banner, but it was up for most of the morning — assuredly pissing off our thin-skinned Commander-in-Chief. The bridge was draped with a Putin banner back in the Fall.
Protest the unlawful, un-American, unconstitutional Muslim ban today at 2pm. Large crowds assembled at airports across the country yesterday outraged by the detainments. Now, New Yorkers will be gathering by the Statue of Liberty viewpoint to voice their opposition: In a true show of force, thousands of people descended upon JFK calling for the release […]
Badges are now on sale, though none of the music acts have been announced. Last year’s festival highlights included Brian Wilson, Wolf Parade, Diarrhea Planet, King Khan, Psychic Ills, Priests and more. Dubbed “a compact and intensely Brooklyn counterpoint to South by Southwest” by The New York Times, Northside Festival returns for its ninth year […]
Can’t make the trek down to DC this week to protest the Tangerine Dipshit and his racist, anti-feminist, hateful policies? There are plenty of events happening in New York. The three largest events are happening this week: What: We Stand United – NYC Rally on Night Before Trump’s Inauguration Where: Outside of Trump International Hotel […]
We told you that Jimmy’s Diner had closed in Greenpoint. Sometime this Spring the space will host a new restaurant called Chez Ma Tante — which means At My Aunt’s: Chef Aidan O’Neal has plans to turn the space into a new restaurant serving French and British food sometime in early spring…
A photo posted by The Williamsburg Hotel (@wburghotel) on Dec 21, 2016 at 1:37pm PST The northern tip of Wythe Avenue in Williamsburg is slowly transforming into the hotel district. Sure, it’s making the neighborhood EVEN MORE touristy, but at least there are some great restaurants and bars associated with the properties. The Wythe Hotel […]
The new year has just begun so we’re sorry to be the bearers of bad news. BUT, two popular restaurants closed while we were all over-indulging for the holidays. In Williamsburg, The Camlin closed just days before Christmas. Despite solid reviews, they were never able to get the traction they needed to stay afloat: It […]
Last week we lost Cubana Social. Now Luksus, which recently received another Michelin star, is set to close on December 31. Don’t freak out beer snobs, Torst will remain open. Chef Daniel Burns says closing is a “a creative choice” and that he wants to “try something new” and “celebrate what we did for the time that […]
Or as the Brooklyn Paper‘s charmingly-retro reporter calls them “buffoons,” “knuckleheads,” “pack of yahoos” “blasphemous bozos” and “holy terrors.” A pack of yahoos broke a religious statue while trying to pose for selfies outside a Williamsburg church on Saturday night, police say.
Little King opened recently at 749 Metropolitan Avenue, just off the Graham Avenue stop in Williamsburg. The kitchen is run by the former Five Leaves sous chef Philip Vernier and the menu features high-end bar food including Mussels in Spicy Turmeric Broth ($14), Brioche Grilled Cheese ($10), Scallop Crudo ($13), Roasted Bone Marrow ($6) and […]