The weather’s warmed up, the sun’s come out, and we’re out here taking full advantage! Local Greenpoint businesses have you covered with refreshing summer drinks and seasonal specials. Next time you’re looking for a place to chill with your friends, try out one of these spots and get an extra 10% off, up to 30% total, when you pay with the Cinch app and use code SUMMER! June 7-14 only.
Try a New Summer Drink
In the mood for a sour beer? Spritzenhaus has got one on tap. If sours aren’t your thing, try one of the other 24 beers on tap at this expansive beer garden. If you can’t find an awesome new beer to love with that many options, well, we don’t know what to tell you. Try a cocktail instead?
If you’re a fan of canned cocktails, Duke’s Liquor Box has an intriguing new option to check out. The Long Drink is a Finnish tradition dating back to 1952; its refreshing citrus taste and liquor kick make it great for summertime parties.
Take Your Taste Buds on Vacation
If you live in Greenpoint, you’re probably very familiar with Polish food. If you haven’t tried it yet (or even if you have), check out Polka Dot Cafe or Krolewskie Jadlo for modern takes on traditional Polish and eastern European comfort foods. Polka Dot Cafe is a casual, counter-service spot while Krolewskie Jadlo is a sit-down restaurant appropriate for a first date.
Brooklyn Label is known for their American classics and brunch, but they recently ventured into French territory with a beef bourguignon dinner special. Visit during happy hour for 2-for-1 margaritas and whiskey sours!
Sponsored by Cinch: Cinch is your neighborhood app supporting local businesses and building strong community connections. Download the app here to discover amazing local Greenpoint businesses and get access to more exclusive offers!
We’re hurtling into summer fast! Are you prepared? Hydrated? Ready to bust out your straw hats and sunscreen? Don’t let the heat and humidity beat you down. Cinch has a little something for you to kick off the season: an extra 10% off, for up to 30% total, at local Greenpoint shops and restaurants with code SUMMER from June 7-14.
Shop local with Cinch and play a part in keeping Greenpoint alive and vibrant!
Bring Nature Indoors
Isn’t it nice to look at all the greenery outdoors? Don’t you want to bring some of that green inside? Houseplants help refresh the air and boost your mood, and you don’t need to be a gardening savant to care for the right one. Visit Soft Opening and talk to the owner to get the perfect plant for any light conditions.
If you’re in the mood for a different kind of nature, take a peek inside Antidote Apothecary and Tea Bar. Specializing in medicinal herbs, tinctures, oils, and other types of traditional, holistic remedies, this is the place to go for spiritual and physical healing.
Cool Off in an Indie Cinema
Stuart Cinema and Cafe shows an eclectic selection of classic movies, documentaries, and recent movies. If the movies don’t interest you, they also have Super Smash Bros tournaments on the big screen!
Give Your Hair a Summer Chop
Cut, color, and blowouts for all hair textures, lengths, and styles are what you get at Hairenomics Mane Bar, a salon owned by celebrity hairstylist Tamara Laureus. Get your hair off your neck with a trendy short cut for summer, or just give your mane a refresh with a blowout. You can also get your lashes, brows, or makeup done!
Sponsored by Cinch: Cinch is your neighborhood app, bringing the community of residents and local businesses together. Download Cinch here, and explore all that Greenpoint has to offer. Don’t forget to share with all your friends too!
Staying in Greenpoint this Memorial Day weekend? A staycation is a fantastic way to recharge and enjoy the neighborhood without the crowds. You didn’t spend your dollars traveling so why not support local businesses with some extra savings? Through Monday (5/27), you can get 30% off at neighborhood restaurants and shops on the Cinch app.
Here are some ideas for you.
Booze it up
Doubling up on your mimosas is easy when when it’s up to 30% off brunch cocktails. Brooklyn Label is your Greenpoint brunch go-to when you’re looking for that unbeatable combo of pancakes and booze. Day drinking is classy when it’s brunch. Continue reading →
This Memorial Day, ditch the big chain stores and shop local! Greenpoint has so many awesome, locally-owned businesses you can support. From May 23-27, get 30% off (or more) when you pay with the Cinch app at places like:
Sunny Eye Shop: Need some new sunnies for all this summer weather we’re having? Sunny Eye Shop offers a curated selection of designer sunglasses, and their staff will take the time to make sure you get a pair that complements your face. Continue reading →
Greenpoint has its fair share of sit-down delicious brunches and creative dining, but sometimes you just want something quick, easy, and authentic. Whether you’re craving a good old New York bagel or a traditional lamb kebab, we’ve got you covered with these on-the-go places – AND you can take 25% off when you pay with the Cinch app for Toast to Greenpoint, which ends tomorrow (Sunday, 5/12)! Cinch helps you explore local spots and get exclusive offers like this one, all in your own backyard.
This Sunday is Mother’s Day and also is the last day of Toast to Greenpoint so why not treat her to a mouthwatering meal for 25% off while supporting local businesses?
If you haven’t already, download the Cinch, and use code TOAST25 to get your discount at some classic Greenpoint spots.
Anella’s warm, inviting interior opens onto a garden space to enjoy brunch outside (if it’s not raining). Brunch includes dishes such as an omelette with oyster and shiitake mushrooms, ricotta, and house potatoes, brioche French toast with mascarpone, and healthier options like a kale salad. Make it a boozy brunch with a Bellini that includes peach, elderflower, and prosecco.
Open since 1992, Le Gamin is where to take a mom who’d rather be in Paris. Try the escargot to really feel like you’re in France. If snails aren’t your thing, they also offer brunch fare like a mushroom and herb polenta cake with goat cheese crumbles. Finish the meal with a sweet crepe.
Brooklyn Label is your go-to for a classic American brunch. Pancakes, benedicts, omelettes, and of course avocado toast can all be found here. It’s located in the landmark Astral building and has good vibes all around. Bring your mom here if she just wants some good pancakes and a mimosa!
If your mom has a sweet tooth, take her to Charlotte Patisserie. Enjoy French staples like a croque monsieur or a quiche – or just skip straight to dessert. Try the Duet, a white and chocolate mousse with hazelnut crunch, or a raspberry creme brulee, or their seasonal spring/summer Extravaganza, a mango-strawberry mousse topped with fresh candied strawberry.
Sponsored by Cinch: An app that drives business within local communities. Once you download the app, you can choose from hundreds of participating Williamsburg and Greenpoint business to eat, drink, shop that offer specials and discounts.
Are you a local business and want to join the Cinch community? Sign up here!
From taco meals, lox bagel and coffee, falafels, vegan breakfast burritos, pizza, poke bowl, Vietnamese sandwiches, and more you can try a range of delicious flavors in the neighborhood for less than the price of coffee.
For just $1, starting today, Friday March 1st through March 10th check out almost 20 local restaurants and bars in Williamsburg and Greenpoint.
Here’s how: Download the Cinch App and apply code “GP1”. Once it’s all set up, go to any of the participating restaurants (listed below) and pay with your Cinch Wallet! (Note: Deal applies to new sign-ups only.) Continue reading →
You: a Greenpoint/Williamsburg resident who knows all the local goings-on. Your local cafe makes your coffee order by heart before you’re completely in the door. While waiting, you’re on your phone checking wired.com for the latest updates.
Cinch: a local app looking to make the leap from Long Island to the Big-Indie-Brooklyn-Hood known as Greenpoint/Williamsburg. Community building is in their DNA, as this app is about keeping it local and supporting small businesses and organizations. Sounds like something you’re into? You’re in luck, since they are looking for a Community Leader.Continue reading →