FOOD & DRINK
Go Crazy Festival to take over Brooklyn with emerging music artists and DJ Dubz of Da Union DJs
Brooklyn, NY – No Days Off Entertainment is proud to present the Go Crazy Festival, one of New York City’s largest music festivals for emerging artists, on April 9, 2023, from 1 pm to 10 pm at 260 Meserole Street in Brooklyn. The festival celebrates hard-working upcoming music...
Black buzzards are circling New York City in sightings that 'would have been unheard of' 30 years ago, ornithologists say
Andrew Farnsworth, a researcher at Cornell University's Lab of Ornithology, told The New York Times more than 300 sightings have been recorded in a year.
Sandwiches Waaaay Bigger Than Your Mouth: Popular Queens Sandwich Shop, Compton's, Opens a Brooklyn Location
Compton's, the trendy Queens sandwich shop known for its ginormous and creative sandwiches, will open its third location at 99 Franklin St. in Greenpoint, Brooklyn today. "I've been following these guys for a bit on IG," said a customer, Athena L. "Was eagerly excited to try them but always got delayed or they're closed when I'm out of work!"
Red Lobster Offers Free Food All-Day For One-Day Only Event
Red Lobster will offer free food all day. This unique event is for one-day only. Red Lobster is an American restaurant famous for serving seafood. This month, the brand will give New York City diners an extra reason to love the cuisine.
End of an era: $1 pizza slices at NYC’s 2 Bros. Pizza are toast
Party’s over, bros. One of the Big Apple’s most recognizable pizza joints is jacking up the price of its famous $1 slice — breaking the hearts of poor college students everywhere. 2 Bros. Pizza announced the death of the deliciously dirt-cheap delicacy, saying it was forced to up the once-affordable option to $1.50 to take a bite out of inflation costs. “Over the past few years, we had done everything in our power to keep the cheese slices at $1 while refusing to compromise on our quality,” co-owner Eli Halali told The Post on Monday. “We were no longer able to break...
Housing Lottery Launches for 130 Hope Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn
The affordable housing lottery has launched for 130 Hope Street, a seven-story mixed-use building in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Designed by J Frankl Associates and Charles Mallea Architect and developed by Solomon Schwimmer under the Hope-Keap Owner LLC, the structure yields 143 residences, 72 parking spaces, and 740 square feet of commercial space. Available on NYC Housing Connect are 42 units for residents at 130 percent of the area median income (AMI), ranging in eligible income from $100,252 to $215,150.
$1 Million Powerball Ticket Won In Brooklyn
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK – A very lucky $1 million second-prize ticket was won in Brooklyn in Saturday’s drawing. The Powerball ticket was purchased at Flatbush Gas on Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn. The ticket matched five numbers. The winning Powerball numbers from the March 18th drawing are: 14-20-30-54-69 and the Powerball is 11. The post $1 Million Powerball Ticket Won In Brooklyn appeared first on Shore News Network.
Lexington 11-year-old to perform at New York’s Apollo Theater
LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – From the Bluegrass to the Big Apple a young Lexington star is heading to New York to perform at the historic Apollo Theater. Heavenleigh Hymon, 11, known as Star Bookie, will be performing her song “Put The Guns Down” in her quest to save the lives of her generation from gun violence. FOX 56’s Georgia McCarthur sat down with her to talk about her journey to the big stage.
One Of The World’s Best Bars Is Popping Up In Brooklyn For Two Nights Only
Often referred to as one of the best bars in the world, Licorería Limantour has been a must-visit spot in Mexico City for the last decade, but pretty soon New Yorkers won’t have to hop on a plane to get a taste of this boozy go-to. Instead, they’ll simply have to head over to Williamsburg’s Fandi Mata, as Licorería Limantour will be popping up in Little Oaxaca, the restaurant’s upstairs mezcal concept bar, for a can’t miss two-night-only residency. Offering a constantly evolving menu, Limantour serves innovative and balanced cocktails inspired by modern Mexican culture. A post shared by Fandi Mata (@fandimatabklyn)
House of Yes is One of New York’s Wildest Night Clubs
The House of Yes is an aerial circus burlesque night club in Bushwick, Brooklyn. It really is one of New York’s wildest night clubs. Some nights are straight ahead house parties. Some are a real circus. The Dirty Circus Variety Show is legendary. The club was built by a Brooklyn circus collective.
Jerell's Btr Brgr: is this New York City's BEST Plant-Based Burger?
This week I'm in New York, checking out a few places that have been on my radar for some time. First up? Jerell's Btr Brgr (Better Burger), located in SoHo. I'm being told that this is the number one burger made to order in the city! Is it as good as everyone is saying? Let's find out NOW ONLY on Mostly Healthy Food Reviews! Jerell's Btr Brgr 117 6th Avenue New York, NY 10013 <a href="https://jerrellsbetrbrgr.com">https://jerrellsbetrbrgr.com</a> #jerellsbtrbrgr#plantedbasedburgers#nyceateries#sohoeateries#ctfoodies #honestfoodreviews#mostlyhealthyfoodreviews
Michelin-starred chef offers NYC restaurant workers massive 70% discount on menu items
Calling all busboys, dishwashers, line cooks and more, here’s your chance to dine at a Michelin-starred chef’s restaurants with VIP treatment — “at cost.” Chef John Fraser, who has won critical raves for past efforts at Dovetail and Nix, is offering restaurant workers a 70% discount on menu prices at his Big Apple restaurants as part of his “Industry Table” program. Beginning Tuesday, current restaurant workers can take tuck into a $32 eggplant moussaka for just $9.60 or $68 lamb chops for $20.40 as Fraser’s way of saying thank you to those who persevered during the COVID crisis. The bargain eats will be...
New Options Coming to New York Mcdonald’s Restaurants
My enjoyment of the golden arches has been well-documented. Few things can help a road trip or a late work night as much as a Double Cheeseburger, French Fries and an ice-cold Coca Cola. And you know as well as I do that they have some of the best Coke, and in my opinion, the best ketchup. I know, I am strange to grade ketchup, but this is who I am.
“It’s as Easy to Buy an Ounce of (Illegal) Pot as it is a Slice of Pizza.” says Bloomberg, Blasting Legal Marijuana Rollout in NY
This past weekend, I traveled with my family to Times Square. It was the first real visit to midtown Manhattan for us in some time. As I waited outside the Disney store in Times Square for my daughter and her friend to come out, I was approached several times by young men selling marijuana.
Jim Jones Suggests NYC Rap is Still Reeling From the Roc-A-Fella Breakup
The Roc-a-Fella Records breakup is one that is still felt through Hip-Hop. Jay and Dame don’t seem to speak, a reunion seems to be nowhere close, and for a large part, Hip-Hop fans as a whole just have to deal with it. Speaking with on DJ Self’s Apt. 5H show, Jim Jones brought it down to the micro level of New York City and started the region never recovered after the label split.
‘It was a free-for-all’: NYC restaurants hope the city will finally make outdoor dining permanent
Emerge from the New York subway onto a bustling Manhattan street, and you’d be forgiven for thinking the city’s restaurants are back and booming. In reality, the hospitality business hasn’t yet returned to its pre-COVID-19 levels, and many establishments are still trying to pay off pandemic debts.
Cherry Blossom Alert: Brooklyn Botanic Garden's Trees Are Starting to Bloom, Signaling Spring
The Brooklyn Botanic Garden has announced that the first cherry blossoms of spring have bloomed, initiating the beginning of hanami — also commonly known as cherry blossom viewing season. These cherry blossoms were found on the botanic garden's Prunus × incam ‘Okame’ trees, which are normally among the first...
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