Their most recent feast popped up just blocks away from Brooklyn’s Chinatown and they’ll return this fall.
The city gets its first meadery, Brooklyn Foodworks hosts a dinner in the old Pfizer building, Brooklyn Brainery teaches dumpling making and more.
Mad for mezcal? Us too. Which is why we’re so proud to announce our Mezcal Creyente Neighborhood Tasting Series.
This week, we’re swigging local spirits, learning about seed keeping, honing our shellfish knowledge and more.
The first, “Babka Days Are Here Again,” is a nod to Barbra Streisand and the second, “I Love It When You Call Me Big Babka,” is The Notorious B.I.G. inspired.
This week, drink rosé on a rooftop, go see some cheese art, check out our favorite recent Prospect Heights opening and more.
For $35, you get about 3½ pounds of corn, potatoes, and crawfish.
Start the day with coffee, end it with drinks and dancing—all without swiping your Metrocard.
Hundreds of readers joined us at Brooklyn Uncorked to taste wines hailing from the Finger Lakes and Long Island to right here in Brooklyn.
This week, we’re hanging with José Andrés at Food Loves Tech, celebrating the return of seasonal farmers markets, going to a pop-up dinner in Prospect Park and more.
The Gowanus-based operation is the borough’s latest brewery to package its booze, and one of the beers is a collaboration with Brooklyn band favorite the National.
Brooklyn Eats costs $10 to register for the public and it’s free to those in the food or hospitality business.