This One Goes To Eleven: Weekly metal roundup

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Burned out on this heatwave? Join the fucking party, pal. Trust me when I say it’s cooler down here, six feet under.

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Rangoon NoodleLab brings Myanmar cuisine to the Jefferson stop in Bushwick

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The restaurant is a pop-up, open on Wednesdays, inside the wine bar Bodega Wine Bar with Burmese comfort food:

These noodles can take the form of stir-fries, soups, or cold summer salads, with some dishes toggling between those modalities. Individual recipes vary from week to week, so that one Wednesday if you order beef shan noodle —attributed to a state in eastern Myanmar bordering China— it may be a heap of slippery and pungently oily rice linguine shot with beef nuggets, shredded omelet, crunchy peanuts, and cilantro, tasting powerfully of fish sauce and secondarily of tomato. Another week, the sauce might be thicker and more tomatoey, with a heap of ground beef almost like an Italian ragu. Either way, the noodles are memorably tasty. [Read more...]

This One Goes To Eleven: Weekly metal roundup

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Back at it again after a protracted holiday break. Today marks the beginning of the back half of summer, so let’s enjoy it (and its attendant gore pile of releases, shows, and news) while its still around.

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This weekend: Out In The Streets Fest with So So Glos, Beverly, Frankie Rose, and more

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The party hits Bushwick this weekend at the Onderdonk House. From Gothamist:

Enjoy a host of bands, great food, and beer at the two-day Out In The Streets Fest, which will take over the stately grounds of Ridgewood/Bushwick’s Onderdonk House with multiple live stages. Local legends So So Glos are topping the bill, along with Frankie Rose, Potty Mouth, Beverly and more. The artisan-style Ridgewood Market will be at the festival, too, giving you plenty of morning shopping options before the music kicks off each day.

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Acheron has just three more shows this weekend

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As mentioned before, Bushwick’s beloved club Acheron is closing after Saturday. They have a show tonight and two tomorrow, before saying goodbye:

Bushwick music venue The Acheron is closing as a music venue after just three more shows. Get there before it’s too late! All three still on sale:

1 – FRIDAY NIGHT: Aspects of War, Warthog, Indignation, Porvenir Oscuro (Benefit for L-Bug and Family) [Read more...]

Taqueria Santa Fe brings Mexico City-style tacos to Bushwick

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Taqueria Santa Fe, credit Bushwick Daily.

Taqueria Santa Fe just opened at 214 Stanhope Street in Bushwick, between Knickerbocker Ave & Irving Ave. Bushwick Daily paid them a visit and called it “taco paradise.” They’re open daily 11:00 am - 10:00 pm:

Héctor Márquez, former head chef of both 983 Bushwick’s Living Room and its predecessor Life Cafe, has a new gig: he’s the head chef at Taqueria Santa Fe, a Mexican restaurant with three different locations in Woodside, Sunnyside, and now, Bushwick (located at 214 Stanhope Street). [Read more...]

This One Goes To Eleven: Weekly metal roundup

a1173571949_10With the holiday upon us and big releases just ahead and right behind, this week is a bit slower than most. So get caught up on what you missed in the past few months (there has to be something) or plow blindly forward alongside me. The choice is yours, but I’ll be here all the same.

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Bushwick favorite Fritzl’s Lunch Box has closed

We’re going to miss their burger! They closed quietly on Sunday:

The chef writes to Eater in an email that he’s still negotiating the sale of the space and that he’s not sure what he will do next besides “spending as much time as possible with my family.” He’s married to Pies ‘n’ Thighs co-owner Carolyn Bane and frequently posts pictures of his son on Fritzl’s Instagram. Running Fritzl’s meant working more than 70 hours a week for several years, a situation that has forced him to “reevaluate the restaurant life,” he writes: [Read more...]