Indulge yourself at Park Slope’s annual food-and-drink festival – A TASTE OF FIFTH.

Indulge yourself at Park Slope’s annual food-and-drink festival – A TASTE OF FIFTH.

More than 50 Park Slope restaurants and watering holes will convene April 10th at the Grand Prospect Hall for the legendary food-and-drink festival A TASTE OF FIFTH. The list of neighborhood hot spots participating runs the gamut from 12 new establishments (including Dram Shop, Pizza Secret and Amy Poehler’s Zula Wines) to Fifth Avenue favorites (Bogota Latin Bistro, Negril BK, Bricolage, Nunu Chocolates, Artichoke Basille’s Pizza, Maya Taqueria and Le French Tart, to name a few).

Walk into the Grand Ballroom and you can nosh on featured dishes from Fifth Avenue’s finest food spots – and then amble over to the pop-up speakeasy for free cocktails from Breuckelen Distilling. No one ever leaves hungry or thirsty.

Local restaurants and bars feature specialties for guests

While you eat and drink, you can catch up with the community and enjoy music from a local gypsy jazz group, the Hot Club of Flatbush, and DJ Ace, a cop at the 78th Precinct who moonlights as an old-school scratch DJ with a big following.

DJ Ace and friends

Since a third of your ticket ($60) goes to benefit a local non-profit of your choice, you can do a good deed while you fill yourself up.

Enjoy dancing by the 5th Avenue BID and Friends

Wednesday, April 10  
6:30-9:30 pm
The Grand Prospect Hall,
263 Prospect Avenue (bet 4th and 5th Aves.)
Park Slope, Brooklyn
How to get here: R train to Prospect Avenue; walk one block
Tickets $60,  $70 at door (if available)

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