This is good news for everyone in Brooklyn—because who doesn’t love food? And deals? Beginning on Monday, March 20th through Thursday, March 27 Dine in Brooklyn will showcase the borough’s unique and varied flavors and cuisines with over (so far) 60 participating restaurants. Prix fixe dinners will run $28 (not including tax or gratuity) as well as $15 lunch and $12 brunch at a handful of eateries according to the event’s website. [Read more…]
As Gothamist reports, Hail Mary is the latest casualty in a mass number of shutdowns in the past six months.
Hail Mary, the cute gourmet “diner” on Greenpoint Avenue, closed over the weekend after less than a year in the neighborhood. This is sad news for mac and cheese lovers, funfetti fanatics, and anyone who enjoys high quality comfort food in a cozy, welcoming environment. If you love a restaurant, go there frequently, or risk saying farewell.
Reached via email, owners Ham and Sohla El-Waylly told us they “tried their best” to keep their Greenpoint dream alive. “We made something we loved and that completely represented us through and through,” they told Gothamist. “Unfortunately, it wasn’t enough. We’re happy we got to try and that this experience has made our relationship stronger.”
I’ve been wondering when the day would come where I could find reiki treatments and electronic music under one roof, and finally, my new-age prayers have been answered! (Okay, truthfully, I never imagined I’d find this combo, and now that I know it exists, I’m shuddering at the prospect of having to hit a dubstep show with my chakras in disarray.)
The Sonic Jungle is Brooklyn’s newest “Cultural Oasis Pop-up”. Later this month, a 44,000-square foot space located at 510 Flatbush Ave. will be transformed into a singular destination for lovers of music, visual art and wellness – and we couldn’t be more intrigued.
Happy National Pizza Day, everyone. Hope you’re all having a good snow day, unless of course you had to trek into the office anyway (like me) and also made reservations at Rubirosa weeks ago for tonight (like me), then sympathies all around. Anyway, despite the snow and the inevitable slush-show tomorrow, there are plenty of rewards for anyone braving the elements.
Wanna get wavy on a school night? Well, we’ve got plans for you. Australian producer Wax Motif is laying down the beats at this week’s INPUT party, and we guarantee that you’ll go deep, and you’ll get NO sleep . . . or maybe some sleep, if that’s your style. Buuuuuut, wouldn’t you rather us just craft a good excuse and take that three-day weekend you’ve been craving?
We’re giving away a pair of tickets to see the G-house pioneer in the flesh on February 9th, when his highly anticipated Retrograde Tour (with support from Denver bass producer, Wuki) makes its pineapple-clad pitstop at Williamsburg’s own Output. Wax Motif’s unique approach to production has led to collaborations with deep house diva, Anna Lunoe, and the HARD father himself, Destructo. If you’re looking to achieve Thursday night swerve, Waxy boy has got you covered.