Here’s a preview of the space and what’ll be on tap.
Strong Rope Brewery’s almost there, but they need a few extra backers for these projects.
Offerings so far include individual maker classes for chocolate, candy, candles and sushi along with ceramics, woodworking and knife sharpening.
They need your help for the final push in making their Gowan-oasis a reality.
Sure there are some boozy options, but that’s not all that our writers and editors are drinking around the city.
Green beans (dried but unroasted) and even greener intentions fuel Crop to Cup Coffee Importers in Gowanus.
The unconventional venue features an open kitchen, Ninth Street Espresso’s first Brooklyn outpost, an events space, outdoor seating, a brewery and a bar pouring 24 drafts of beers, wines and ciders.
You don’t need to go to one of Ample Hills’ three Brooklyn locations to savor this sundae essential.
Some home cooks ferment their own yogurt or make mozzarella from a kit. Matt Spiegler takes DIY dairy to another dimension: Technically he’s a layman—keeping his day job as a web developer, and giving his homemade caseus away to friends—but he is anything but an amateur.
When you heard that two sisters—one trained in sculpture and photography, the other in business and finance—opened a pie shop in Gowanus, you might have guessed they launched the business six months after rolling out their first crust. But pie is Emily and Melissa Elsen’s birthright.
On an average Friday night, they churned out 105 pies between the hours of 3 p.m. and 11 p.m., and that is on the low end; some Fridays, they have to hit 130. We had to take a look.
This Sunday afternoon at Littlefield, The Walkmen frontman will be celebrating his accomplishment with a concert and ice cream party. Sounds about right.