Check out this link for more details on the grand re-opening of DeKalb Market for the spring season, featuring new vendors, live music, Easter activities, and an outdoor beer & wine garden!
Have you heard about The Great GoogaMooga? It’s an outdoor food and music festival coming to Prospect Park this spring, and I’m hoping that it’s about as awesome as its name is stupid. And since the name is very stupid, hopefully it will be very awesome.
The event is free, but you must register online beforehand to eventually receive an e-ticket to the event. Early registration is already closed, so if you haven’t gone on their website and signed up to get signed up to register for the event, I recommend you do so, post-haste! [Register here.]
Beer and ice cream finally unite in what could be a perfect if not somewhat unholy marriage this weekend at Boerum/Cobble Hill spot 61 Local, in what Steve’s Craft Ice Cream is presenting as a “Pint Mash-Up”.
According to the Steve’s Ice Cream official blog, Saturday, August 13th promises to be an ice cream and beer extravaganza, featuring the debut of their new beer-inspired flavors and much much more.
Yesterday was The Bell House’s Guactastic, Guacaliscious, Guacultimate Guactacular! There was a lot of guac. Are you disgusted by the word “guac” yet? I think I might be.
If you’re not familiar with The Bell House, it’s basically Gowanus’s best venue for weird and fun events (such as TV parties, “My So-Called Prom,” Chili Cook-Offs, etc), as well as a bar/lounge for the usual weeknight casual drinking and schmoozing. You’re probably like, “Gowanus? Won’t I get cancer if I go there?” And the answer is yes, but it’s worth it because The Bell House is great. They sell Original Sin cider on draft and have lots of comfy chairs & couches, so I’m sold.