Information from Prospect Park Alliance [https://www.prospectpark.org/visit-the-park/things-to-do/barbecues-and-picnics/designated-picnic-and-barbecue-map/] , map courtesy of Google Maps. (Ellie Plass/Bklyner)The 4th of July is a time to enjoy the city outdoors—and we think that Prospect Park is one of the best places to do just that. With
The Wolf Cave, located at 3099 Emmons Avenue, has closed. (Photo: Alex Ellefson / Sheepshead Bites)The storefront located at 3099 Emmons Avenue, near Batchelder Street, has claimed another victim. The Wolf Cave, an American barbecue restaurant, shut down after less than two years in business. The location has seen several
Image via the Flatbush Tenant Coalition [https://www.facebook.com/FlatbushTenantCoalition/photos/a.486367641437049.1073741826.268117579928724/885835788156897/?type=1&theater] This Saturday, August 22, bring a food dish and your friends and head over to Prospect Park for a barbecue to celebrate all the hard work done by our neighbors
It’s almost Memorial Day Weekend, y’all! If you’re already scouting out the perfect BBQ spot somewhere between Harmony Playground and Bartel-Pritchard Square (designated BBQ and picnic locations can be found on the above map [http://www.prospectpark.org/visit/interactive-map?cat=barbecue_areas,picnic_areas] ), you might
Local restaurateur Terrie Mangrum of Fort Reno [http://fort-reno.us/] showed news channel NY1 how she uses a whole pig [http://brooklyn.ny1.com/content/lets_eat/edible/167457/edible--southern-chef-in-park-slope-shows-how-she-uses-the-whole-hog?ap=1&MP4] . > “Because we’re a whole-hog barbecue restaurant, we literally use the whole hog unless we’re going
Welcome back to The Bite [/tag/the-bite/], Sheepshead Bites’ weekly column where we explore the foodstuffs of Sheepshead Bay. Each week we check out a different offering from one of the many restaurants, delis, food carts, bakeries, butchers, fish mongers, or grocers in our neighborhood. If it’s edible, we’
On Wednesday, we told you all about the barbecue-hatin’ Manhattan Beach Neighborhood Association’s Monday meeting, in which they presented a petition from the barbecue-lovin’ Manhattan Beach Community Group [/mbna-bbq-ban-critics-once-supported-a-ban/]. That petition, drawn up in 2007, before the two groups split and when current MBNA leaders actually ran the MBCG
This weekend is a big one for us Sheepshead Bites’ editors, because from grill to runway, we’re making judgments. You may have already read that Ned Berke, editor-in-chief of this blog, will be a judge [/grillin-on-the-bay-sheepshead-bay-brooklyn/] in today’s widely publicized Grillin’ On The Bay BBQ and Chili contest.