Brooklyn’s Rich Jarvis formally invites you to eat, sip, and learn at The Cowboy in Lake Placid, NY. On Wednesday, May 14 at 6pm, fine dining commences. Rich will be walking diners through a selection of Brooklyn rarities, specialties, and perennial favorites, each expertly paired with a dish prepared with a Cowboy dish.
Seating is limited, reservations required. The dinner is $42 per person, plus tax and gratuity. To book and pre-pay for your seat, please call the restaurant at (518) 837-5069 or email email@example.com.
Brooklyn ½ Ale
Seared Jerk Tuna Crostini with Cilantro Pesto and Mango Mojo
Arugula Salad with toasted hazelnuts, goat cheese, blood orange and soy ginger vinaigrette
Brooklyn Summer Ale
Five Spice Seared Scallop with Thai red curry crimson lentils and roast cauliflower
Brooklyn Local 2
Grilled Marinated Skirt Steak with roasted mushroom, gnocchi, pancetta ragout & chipotle brown butter sauce
Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout
Salted Dark Chocolate Caramel Brulee
After a long, cold winter, we’re finally ready for warmer weather–beaches, sunshine, and Summer Ale included. Stop by Rayan’s for a tasteof what’s to come, including Summer tallboys and all the details of the Chicago Mash.
It’s definitely drinking-outdoors season, so Northwest Wine & Spirits is introducing you to two of our favorites to sip in the sun – bright Brooklyn Blast!, and crisp Brooklyn Summer. Join us to sip, learn, and then grab a few to drink by the pool.
We brew our Brooklyn Summer Ale from premium English barley malt, which gives this light-bodied golden beer a fresh bready flavor. German and American hops lend a light crisp bitterness and a citrus/floral aroma, resulting in a beer with a very sunny disposition. You can try it at Binny’s on April 19th.
Stop by Savor Growl, on April 19th from 4-7pm for quick refresher on the ins and outs of beer for warm weather. This is your chance to taste some Brooklyn summer favorites, including:
-Brooklyn Summer Ale
-A few more surprises
Head to Dublin’s Bellobar on Saturday, April 19 at 8:30pm for a special Record Store Day show to celebrate the new partnering of Wingnut Records and Musicmaker. The night will feature performances by No Spill Blood, Bouts, Bitch Falcon and The River Fane, representing some of the best and brightest talent Wingnut Records and Musicmaker will be supporting together. It’s just €6 for entry, so come down and groove.
On Thursday, April 24th, Brooklyn Historical Society will host Zines from the Borderlands: Storytelling about Mixed-Heritage. Come participate in a vibrant conversation about race, gender, sexuality, and media with Nia King, Daniela Capistrano, and Jenna Freedman, moderated by Ann Hayes of Sleeping Creatures and Storyscape. This event is part of BHS’s weekend of zine activities, all in connection with Brooklyn Zine Fest at BHS on April 26th and 27th. The event is free, but RSVPs are encouraged. Brooklyn Brewery beer will be available for attendees.
It’s becoming a tradition here at the brewery to spend one night each month guffawing at Tom Shillue and his cohort of expert storytellers. Tom, if you don’t already know, is a master tale spinner and each month he and our partners, Brooklyn Based put together a program of great, true stories from various raconteurs and call it “Tom Shillue’s Funny Story.” This time they’re bringing:
The show has been a hit so far, and for $10 (including a beer), it’s a real bargain too. Join us on Thursday, April 24th at 8pm for laughs and good times.
Brooklyn’s Chris Vasquez formally invites you to eat, sip, and learn at Salt Creek Grill in Rumson, NJ. On Friday, April 25th at 7pm, fine dining commences. Chris will be walking diners through a selection of Brooklyn rarities, specialties, and perennial favorites, each expertly paired with a dish prepared with a Salt Creek dish.
Seating is limited, reservations required. The dinner is $56 per person. To book your seat, please call the restaurant at (732) 933-9272.
Brooklyn East India Pale Ale
Sweet & Spicy Seafood Sausage Gumbo
Brooklyn Local 1
Lobster Quesadilla with Tropical Fruit Salsa
Chipotle Crusted Pork with Black Bean & Corn Ragout & Cheesy Polenta
Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout
Among the tree-lined streets of Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, a graphic design studio called Hyperakt, with a knack for doing work for the common-good, hosts a monthly discussion series, offering lunch & a little inspiration to the creative community. Some of the world’s foremost creative talents have spoken at Lunch Talks, but they are always casual, friendly and informative. And best of all they’re always free! The next Lunch Talk, featuring Chris Fabian, Advisor on Innovation to the Executive Director of UNICEF, will take place on Friday, April 25th. Come meet some amazing people. Or just have a snack and a beer and think about how awesome it is to be creative. Either way, make sure to RSVP: