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Support Environmental Programs While Eating Tasty Grub During Dive In Gowanus


Dive In Gowanus via Gowanus Canal Conservancy

This Friday, August 15, you can eat something delicious and know that you’re helping the Gowanus Canal. The Gowanus Canal Conservancy has teamed up with several restaurants for the second annual Dive In Gowanus, an event that aims to celebrate those restaurants and bring in some environmental and community initiatives to the area.

A portion of the evening’s proceeds will go to the Conservancy, to help fund their STEM-Education Program, Composting Program, and Clean & Green Volunteer Program.

Stop in for a bite or a drink at one (or more!) of the participating spots, all located throughout the Gowanus Watershed area:

Al di la, 248 5th Avenue
Applewood, 501 11th Street
Dassara Brooklyn Ramen, 271 Smith Street
Dinosaur BBQ, 604 Union Street
Fletcher’s BBQ, 433 3rd Avenue
Littleneck, 288 3rd Avenue
Lot 2, 687 6th Avenue
Mile End Deli, 97A Hoyt Street
The Pines, 284 3rd Avenue
Rose Water, 787 Union Street
Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club, 514 Union Street
Rucola, 190 Dean Street
Runner & Stone, 285 3rd Avenue
Southside Coffee, 652 6th Avenue

Get a preview of some of the specials — like the Gowanus Gator drink at The Pines and a footlong fried oyster sandwich at Runner & Stone — on the Gowanus Canal Conservancy’s Facebook page!

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