Photo by Lulu 11.
Photo by Lulu 11.

Calling all single Brokelynites—we want to hook you up! We proudly present the BK Meatup (meat market + meetup) that we’re co-sponsoring on Wednesday Sept. 30 along with our fave digisphere partners: FuckedinParkSlope (FiPS) and Brooklyn Based.

So why a singles party? It all started when commenters wrote to FIPS about how hard it was to hook up with other single people in Strolleropolis and thus a meatup was born. Read FIPS for the whole story but here’s the quick version of what you can expect on Wednesday, September 30 at The Bell House, from 7 to 11.

We’re going heavy on the cheap booze:  jello shots, Busch beer from $2 from 7-8 (and $3 the rest of the night) and easy on the gimmicks, unless you consider a wet t-shirt contest for dudes a gimmick.

We’ll also have prizes (something big and scary from Babeland, a night at the Hotel LeBleu, a class at the Brooklyn Kitchen’s soon-to-open Cooking School). And since all that meating and greeting works up an appetite, we’ll also have the La Cense Burger Truck parked outside. Look here for non-stop flogging of this extraordinary event (you might even get to preview some of the eligibles).

Buy a ticket here. ($10 and going fast!) Become a BK Meatup Fan on Facebook. Respond “Yes” to our Facebook BK Meatup invite. Follow @BKMeatup on Twitter (and if you tweet about us, make sure to include the #bkmeatup hashtag). Bring your grooviest friends but don’t just spend all night talking to them cause you can see them any time and what would be the point of that?

FIPS, Brooklyn Based, and Brokelyn Present:
TICKETS $10 in advance and at the door, on sale now!
149 7th Street, Brooklyn, NY
(718) 643-6510

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  1. What a great idea! This sounds like a lot of fun. It’s surprising how living in such a big city is hard to meet people, but it is..

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