Whether you’re single or taken, Valentines day is a great excuse to binge on chocolate, grab drinks with friends, or just forget what day it is and goto a concert. Luckily, there’s something for everyone in Brooklyn!
Your new year’s resolutions may not be going so well, but these 5 new Brooklyn restaurants are starting off the year with a bang! Just in time to sabotage your resolution to eat healthy and goto the gym. Why do that when you can indulge in pies and whiskey at Butter & Scotch, or transport to Tokyo’s East side for some street food inspired dishes.
It’s officially 2015, which means it’s just the beginning of another year of great shows and concerts in NYC. It’s never too early to begin planning your party schedule for this year, and these concerts are a great place to get started.
Wake up and enjoy a hot cup of Brewklyn Grind coffee that is freshly ground every morning for our guests. This Brooklyn based coffee is locally roasted in small batches and sold within hours of roasting, assuring freshness and consistency with every batch. Not only do their 100% certified Arabica coffee beans produce a delicious cup of coffee, but they also promote sustainability in the developing countries which they were cultivated from. But don’t take our word for it…try it for yourself!
The madness of holiday shopping has arrived, and there’s no shortage of unique, hand crafted, and affordable gifts to give in Brooklyn. Take a leisurely stroll through one of the many holiday markets, or go all in at the Coral & Tusk holiday sale. But whatever you do, get it done early and avoid the Christmas Chaos!
Thanksgiving day is slowly approaching and people are scrambling to grab that last turkey at the super market. Instead of dealing with all of the holiday chaos, why not opt for a stress free turkey day in Brooklyn? After you catch a glimpse of the parade in the city, head on over to one of these restaurants that want to make your Thanksgiving as enjoyable and easy as possible.
There’s nothing like this cold weather that makes you want to curl up in front of a roaring fire while nursing a hot, spiked cider. Cozy up at one of these bars in Brooklyn, whether you’re on a date, need to defrost from the cold, or you just want to sit by the fire and read a good book.
It’s a weekend of concerts, gigs, and music festivals here in Brooklyn. Check out the Brooklyn Night Bazaar for some light holiday shopping and a small concert, or follow the Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival all weekend around Brooklyn to see some of the hottest names in EDM.
Trick or treat? Brooklyn doesn’t mess around when it comes time to break out the seasonal treats, whether you like pumpkin spice or not. Get cozy with an apple and spice infused soy cappuccino or start your day with a pumpkin cream cheese bagel. Discover your seasonal flavor in Brooklyn this Fall!
Do you know what you’re doing on the scariest night of the year? Brooklyn’s got you covered on the spookiest, creepiest, and ghoulish places to be this Halloween! Feeling especially brave? Take a nighttime haunted canoe tour with the North Brooklyn Boat club. Have happy feet from the sound of the Monster Mash? Then you’re sure to have a smashing time at the BOO! Dance party at Barclays Center. So what will it be this Halloween…trick or treat?