125 crafters came to Brooklyn to spread the word about their products; here are the 5 locally made ones you shouldn’t miss.
The “Asian in America” VR dinner series debuted last week in Brooklyn and will now had to other cities including San Francisco, L.A. and Seattle.
While it could be about two years away, the sisters behind Peaceful Provisions are looking to grow their city presence beyond Bushwick’s Vegan Shop-Up.
Brooklyn-based Potluck is cutting out the middleman and offering just the kitchenware essentials.
Popular brewery Greenpoint Beer & Ale Co. opened Annicka in February, which comes with set rules for serving only in-state alcohol.
At Saturday’s Black Vegfest, entertainment, enrichment and amazing vegan food go hand in hand with critical thought and community engagement.
The delicious tennis event returns on August 23.
A part of Edible History’s longer series “Dinners of the Past,” a feast drew inspiration from Judy Chicago’s now-iconic installation The Dinner Party, which is on permanent view at the Brooklyn Museum.
From burger restaurants to vegan boutiques, Brooklynites are embracing meatless “meat” that’s clear in both origin (plants) and mission (the health of the eater and the environment).
Cheese expert Tia Keenan dishes her favorite New York goat cheeses that all very likeable, very snackable and very picnic-ready.
At the border of Prospect Lefferts Gardens and Crown Heights, expect scoops like sorrel sorbet and ice creams flavored with soursop, mango or even Grape-Nuts cereal.
Food and beverage-oriented companies command a different audience from the kinds of technologies and products often found on crowdfunding sites and PieShell wants to help.