The Brooklyn Book Festival is back this week, [/full-lineup-announced-for-brooklyn-book-festival-sept-16-23/] just in time to ease your sadness about the dropping temperatures. Reading a book in public can be a rare pleasure- but it can also be easily ruined by blasted music, too-close quarters, and overly chatty bartenders. We’ve found seven
Restaurants across the country closed for business yesterday [https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/16/nyregion/day-without-immigrants-boycott-trump-policy.html] in a show of solidarity for “Day Without Immigrants.” Fueled by the Trump administration’s executive orders on immigration and the recent surge of ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) raids and deportations,
Photo via Hey Hey Canteen [https://www.facebook.com/heyheycanteen/photos/pb.987125654716699.-2207520000.1465320943./987136394715625/?type=3&theater] New York is about to get busier than it usually is, and your calendar is filling up fast. Part of the reason for the whirlwind of December has to do with
This Friday, August 15, you can eat something delicious and know that you’re helping the Gowanus Canal. The Gowanus Canal Conservancy [http://www.gowanuscanalconservancy.org/] has teamed up with several restaurants for the second annual Dive In Gowanus [http://www.gowanuscanalconservancy.org/ee/index.php/gcc_news/gcc_news?
Park Slope is a romantic town. With restaurants nestled amidst old brownstones on tree-lined blocks, our neighborhood is the perfect setting for an intimate dinner and moonlit stroll. Lucky for us hopeless romantics, we won’t have to roam far on Valentine’s Day; from Latin fusion to upscale seasonal