To simplify your snacking, we consulted the folks at Union Market to help curate ingredients for a ready-to-eat feast.
Artisanal makers come to Brooklyn for an alternative to the Javits Center juggernaut.
This roughly five-buck folding map features over 100 bars, restaurants and shops that sell craft beer.
This bottle swap, launched last Wednesday in Humboldt & Jackson’s backroom, aims to link up true beer appreciators (and build community in the process).
Grants ranging from $2,000 to $10,000 are now available for public health initiatives in Brownsville, Red Hook and Fort Greene.
The illustrations might disguise it as a pretty coffee table book, but it’s packed with information.
You’ll be able to taste the collaborative beers alongside a contribution from each homebrewer and each brewery at tomorrow’s event.
Three of the easiest, most interesting foraged eats are ripe for the picking.
Much like Seamless upended the takeout industry, grocery delivery services have sprouted like peapods around our fair city. Here’s our take.
We caught up with the popular Brooklyn blogger to chat about her maker collaborations and what it’s like to plan a dinner for 50.
Learn whisky history, master your carving skills or learn how to make a chicken tractor to use in your community garden or backyard.
They’ll reopen on Tuesday, June 23 with a new menu, a revamped cocktail program and a backyard garden.