As we’re all a little sad that Summer is winding down, there is so much more to look forward to in the coming months besides Pumpkin Spice Lattes at Starbucks. The weather on the East coast has made it hard to retire the outdoor activities we’ve enjoyed all summer, but who says we need to stop BBQing or drinking outside just yet? With football season in full swing, it’s time for tailgates, oktober fest, and pumpkin flavored everything!
The 2014 World Cup begins tomorrow! Do you know where you’ll be watching the games? Grab a $4 pint at T.B.D. or have a foosball match in between games at Radegast. Brooklyn bars are doing it right and dishing out drink and food specials to celebrate one of the biggest sports highlights of this summer. So get your friends together and head over to one of these Brooklyn spots where you’re sure to have a blast with fellow fans, free pizza, and lots of beer.
With Spring in full swing, we can’t help but think that the only thing better than enjoying a nice, refreshing drink on a warm day is enjoying it outside. Whether it’s the views, crowd, food, or drinks that you’re most drawn too, Brooklyn has you covered with the best places to drink outside this Spring and Summer.
With all of these winter storms, it seems harder and harder to get out of the house. But a great cocktail at a great bar may be just the push you need to make the journey to one of these bars in Brooklyn. Whether you enjoy classic cocktails, craft beers, or a honky tonk band, check out some new bars and some neighborhood favorites.
This weekend is sure to be nothing but hot wings, beer, and crazed Seahawks and Broncos fans. So whether you’re a football fan or not, ditch your sunday brunch and hang out at one of these local NYC spots for a fun and festive Superbowl Sunday. Keep it low key at Nitehawk Cinema or get a bit rowdy at Bark Hot Dogs for their Tailgating party.
Finding something fun to do doesn’t have to mean breaking the bank, especially when you’re in Brooklyn. So keep your money in your wallets and make the most of what Brooklyn has to offer on a budget.
With everyone scrambling to get their holiday shopping done early, it’s hard to imagine a weekend of non-holiday related activities that don’t stress you out. Well luckily, there are a lot of fun things going on in Brooklyn this weekend that don’t involve wrapping paper, ribbons, or crowds of anxious shoppers. Grab a free beer at Bed-Stuy Beer Works or stay in your pjs for a movie screening. Here are just a few things that will be happening in Brooklyn this weekend to ease your “holidaze.”