Fan of bitters will be excited. Amor y Amargo is coming to South Williamsburg next month. Unlike the one in the East Village, this one will have a small menu as well: Bitters destination Amor y Amargo is headed to Brooklyn. The East Village cocktail bar known for its high-quality cocktails showcasing bitters is opening […]
We’re still terribly upset that Tarlow’s Reynard has closed. At least this is good news: Williamsburg’s new wine shop has a big-name owner: Andrew Tarlow, the man behind vital area restaurants like Diner and Marlow & Sons. Tarlow’s new shop, Stranger Wines located at 132 Havemeyer St. near South First Street, focuses on the ultra-trendy natural and organic […]
Another week, another bonkers roster of metal releases. It’s a good problem to have, but I’m not even caught up with August yet. Oh well, onward into the void. WHAT TO HEAR: First up this week is one that I and more than a few other heavy metal degenerates have been waiting breathlessly for since […]
It’s officially September and you know what that means people: FALL RELEASE SEASON TIME WOOP WOOP [airhorn, airhorn, airhorn]. So take to the battlements and brace yourself, because if today is just the beginning, I’m legit scared about what’s to come.
Fans of spicy Xi’an-style noodles will be excited to learn that Xi’an Town has opened on 165 Bedford Avenue. The new restaurant specializes in healthy spin on traditional Xi’an flavors: Another hand-ripped noodle restaurant devoted to the spicy flavors of Xi’an has opened in New York City. Now Williamsburg has a new option for the […]
It’s one of the biggest release weeks of the year, so strap in and buckle up. Do whatever you have to do, because this is about to get hectic. WHAT TO HEAR: OK, so first up this week is Fear Inoculum (RCA), the first new music from Tool in 13 years. 19/16 time signature enthusiasts […]
They’ve curated a wonderful line up of musical acts for the monthly series, so stop by and get your gear game on!
Believe it or not, September has almost arrived. Though we’re sad to see summer coming to a close, we’re delighted that one of our favorite food festivals is about to return. TASTE Williamsburg Greenpoint returns Sunday, September 15th and tickets are on sale now! TASTE Williamsburg Greenpoint will occur on September 15th, 2019 from 1pm-4pm. […]
SPONSORED POST Restaurant Week on Grand Street Returns August 12 – 25th! Williamsburg’s food scene has exploded in the past decade, and Restaurant Week on Grand Street is the perfect opportunity to explore new cuisines, or patron your favorite spot at a discount. With 15 restaurants on six blocks, sorting through all the menus may […]
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OK, so a bit of a weird week overall, but don’t blame the messenger. I just write about this shit. WHAT TO HEAR: Kicking things off in fittingly caustic fashion is Generation Coward (Willowtip Records), the latest batch of ruthless political grind from Orange County legends Phobia. A direct response to the horror of being […]
Because beer doesn’t have to be about bros, don’t miss this great festival on Saturday, August 10. From the eventbrite page: In 2018, Hop Culture threw the first annual Beers With(out) Beards Festival, the country’s biggest celebration of women in the beer industry. This year, we’ve been joined by Yakima Chief Hops to make the event even […]