From the folks who brought you the Brokelyn Beer Book and the RAFFLE OF THE CENTURY, Brokelyn is proud to announce our next event: the Brokelyn Country Club Spring Gala! With help from our friends at Scoutmob, We’re taking over Public Assembly April 21 to celebrate the best spring ever in Brooklyn and raise some money for the Brooklyn Botanic Garden: raffle prizes from the borough’s best spring offerings, including Brooklyn Bowl, Meat Hook, Sweet Melissa, Greenpoint Coworking and more; an open bar featuring Brooklyn Brewery and Brooklyn Gin; yummy food by Brooklyn Taco and two DJs spinning tunes to get your blood flowing again all night long. Prizes for the best spring-y attire, so wear your Salvation Army Izods or secondhand American Apparel. And more surprises! Check out the full list of prizes and RSVP on Facebook, and get ready to dance away these lingering winter blues. April 21, Public Assembly, 70 North 6th St., Williamsburg, 8 pm (open bar ends at 9).
For 150 years, Prospect Park has served as a green haven for Brooklynites, a place to breathe fresh air, cry under a bush, smoke a joint, actually maybe see a star or two, take a long walk, observe non-pigeon/squirrel wildlife and generally get away from it all. If you squint your eyes and look away […]
It almost definitely won’t be the best prank of the year, but as far as we can tell it is the first: Coney Island Brewery sent out a press release this morning announcing their move into food production with the debut of their newest product, Siren of the Sea, a gourmet line of canned mermaid.
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