Because we know you love to go five fingers in on a tall frosty beer, we gave you the Brokelyn Beer Book. And because you love us, you bought all of them in just over a DAY (hey, thanks!). Even if you don’t have one, our new Brokelyn Bar Guide is perfect for planning a night out. You might be single, booed up, you might even be some Hanna Horvath mashup of in-betweenness, but it’s no excuse not to get out and grab a drink. Head on over to Ditmas Park hotspot The Castello Plan and impress your date with your expert pronunciation of the word “confit.” Or get cozy in front of the fireplace at Greenpoint’s Black Rabbit Bar. And you’ll never look more kissable than under the dim lights of the ever-quaint, subterranean bar at Bed Stuy’s Bedford Hill. Not everyone will find true love this year, but at least you’ll find a buzz.
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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