The spring cocktail list highlights Brooklyn-based spirits.
From queso with tater tots to seasonal popcorns to tasty cocktails and more, they’ve upped the ante.
Nitehawk founder and executive director Matthew Viragh was the brains that brought this cinephile’s dream of a 35mm utopia something even juicier: booze.
Photographer Liz Clayman gives us the scoop behind the Nitehawk Cinema shoot.
Our summer issue hits streets next month, but it won’t be ready until we have a cover.
Valentine’s Day or otherwise, here’s where our editors and writers go for an intimate night out on the town.
Hungry? Our events calendar has loads of Edible events around the city, like Nitehawk Cinema’s Spirits, Dinner, and a Movie series featuring Dead Rabbit cocktails and a screening of Gangs of New York and the Great Food Truck Derby! Here’s what’s happening this week:
This September, Le Fooding Brooklyn Fling will attempt to create “an insta-capture moment of all that is most alive in 2012, at the crossroads of style and deliciousness,” including a champagne dinner series, brunches at NiteHawk Cinema, vintage lunch at the Fort Greene and Williamsburg Flea Markets, and a campfire session with live music at the Williamsburg Flea Market. Well, we’re intrigued.
The Smith Street chef who blazed the trail to great cooking in Brooklyn.