The time to sip libations when we’re thirstay is almost upon us because THIS SUNDAY (Feb 10, 1-7PM ) at our Vintage Rose Valentine’s Market, our bar will be stocked with cold refreshing drinks to start your week and hot mulled wine to warm you up. We want every Greenpointer to join us in clinking to this year’s celebration of love and the neighborhood. And you have no excuse because you can have TWO FREE drinks courtesy of Cinch! So grab your boo, Galentine, neighbor, buddy, or just treat yourself 2x to a boozy cozy Sunday as you shop from our 60+ vendors, enjoy roof deck views of the Manhattan skyline, listen to live music, and enjoy any of our FREE fun activities inside the beautiful Greenpoint Loft (67 West St).
The deets: Download the Cinch app via this link and use code GP10. You will get a Greenpointers Two Free Drink Reward in your Cinch Wallet, which you can claim at the bar this Sunday (2/10)! Code can be used on Sunday only at the Greenpointers bar.
Saturday, September 23rd, 2-6PM @Greenpoint Beer & Ale (7 North 15th St) Come enjoy unlimited blue claw crab for 90 minutes served with potatoes and corn, topped with KnicKnacksbk special seasoning. And what goes better with crabs than beer – which is available a la carte (extra cost). Find a session that fits you and join us so you can eat all you can! Tickets will sell out fast, don’t be the one to miss out again! Buy tix [Sponsored]
* Yom Kippur @The Williamsburg Hotel (96 Wythe Ave), 10am, FREE, Join the Chabad of North Brooklyn for Yom Kippur services with Hebrew-English prayer books and insights in the the many Holiday prayers throughout. Yom Tov! More Info
* Yoga for Witches @Catland (987 Flushing Ave), 6:30pm, $15, Tarot-inspired yoga class designed to heal and hone your magical intuition and manifestation. Bring your own mat, Buy tix ♦ Sundance Kidd at Two Boots @ Two Boots Williamsburg (558 Driggs Ave), 7pm, FREE, Local photographer Sundance Kidd showcases work from close to 1000 shots he took between going to shows, private work, and also working for LEAP NYC. Pay as you wish pricing for prints. 100% of art sales will be donated to a non-profit that focuses on music education for youth. FREE beer from 8-8:30PM, RSVP ♦ Napoleon Dynamite Screening @ Bushwick Inlet Popup Outdoor Cinema (50 Kent Ave), 8pm, FREE,Join Friends of Bushwick Inlet Park for an outdoor movie screening of classic indy deadpan comedy NAPOLEON DYNAMITE in view of the majestic Gotham City skyline! More Info
Brooklyn Comedy Festival Closing Weekend begins on Thursday, September 20th and runs through Sunday, September 23rd. @Brooklyn Bazaar (150 Greenpoint Ave) with multiple stages featuring podcasts, film, stand-up, panels, and more! Buy tix and learn more.
♫ Caché | Afro House Sunset @The Roof (74 Wythe Ave), 5pm, No Cover, Close this summer strong with some Afro House, More Info # DIY Vegan Cheese with Contraband Ferments @ Anima Mundi Apothecary (31 Noble St) 7pm, $40, Learn to make your own dairy free and probiotic rich nut-based cheeses. Basic principles behind making cheese using a variety of nuts and seeds plus basic skills in fermentation, the history behind fermentation, and a variety of ways to make soft and hard rind cheeses, Buy tix ^ Pete’s Reading Fall Season Opener @ Pete’s Candy Store (709 Lorimer St), 7:30pm, FREE, Four remarkable readers, and a special benefit for RAICES, The Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services. Come hear them read, then linger to chat, drink, and pick up their books, More info ♦ Still/Here @ UnionDocs (322 Union Ave), 7:30pm, $10, NYC premiere of Christopher Harris’ film, still/here . Harris paints a portrait of civic neglect and apathy in his hometown of St Louis’s northside neighborhoods that are inhabited by almost exclusively working class and working poor black and African American populations, Buy tixContinue reading →
There’s no party like an New Year’s Eve party, and as a Greenpointer you’ve got a bunch to choose from right here in North Brooklyn. From living it up in the Jazz age, to taking in a late brunch on New Year’s day, here’s the low-down on partying in your own neck of the woods.
Come to Cherry point and kick 2018 off with style! For New Years, they’re ready to start you off with brunch on December 31st, then dinner, then brunch again from 11am – 4pm in the New Year (1/1/18). Make your dinner reservations now for a spectacular NYE menu where you’ll dine on Chef Julian Calcott’s specially curated dishes including oyster shooters, scallop crudo, grilled lobster, and rack of lamb. (reservations are highly recommended, but, there is no prix fixe) If you’ve got a larger group looking to celebrate, try their Chefs tables and semi-private dining space. Just in case you’re still making Christmas plans, don’t forget their Brunch on 12/24 from 11am to 4pm. For more information, please email [email protected]or for large events and parties, please email [email protected].
Join starting at 2PM for more hoppy awesomeness on than previously considered possible. In addition they will have another can release on the horizon where they’ll be releasing local favorite Milk & Honey plus a killer new IPA, Interstellar. Until supplies last they also are offering cans of Instant Credibility Double IPA and Denali IPA for sale at the brewery, BE THERE!
* Demystifying Government: Executive Shenanigans @ Cloud City (85 North 1st St) 7:30pm, FREE, How does the government work? For all of us who may have forgotten a thing or two from civics class. The first three programs will cover our three branches, starting all the way at the top, More info ♫ Dervisi Greek Gangsta Blues @ TROOST (1011 Manhattan Ave) 9pm, FREE, Fragrant songs and dances from a long-lost underworld- Punk Rembetika, More info
♦ The Apprentices Group show @ The Hollows (151 Bedford Ave), 6pm, FREE, Group exhibition “The Apprentices” for which artist are reworking art historical pieces with the condition that the originals’ artists are alive, More info * Castrate the Patriarchy! @ Muchmore’s (2 Havemeyer St), 7pm, FREE, March is Women’s History month! What better way to celebrate than a variety show in support of Planned Parenthood?More info ^ American Life Through Muslim Eyes @ City Reliquary (370 Metropolitan Ave), 7pm, $10, Sabeeha Rehman reads from her award-winning book, Threading My Prayer Rug. This collection of Sabeeha’s memoirs presents humorous and poignant moments from her life as a Muslim who immigrated from Pakistan to the US, Buy tix
Can Release @ Greenpoint Beer (7 North 15th St),Saturday (2/22), 5pm, FREE, Releasing 2 killer new IPA’S with Dankonia & Apply Formula. Dankonia showcases pine, resin, sap and citrus with an earthy, dank, coniferous and cannabinous finish. While Apply Formula is soft, hazy and tropical with highlights of juicy fruit stripe gum and raspberry. Hop heads unite, you’ve landed in sticky, fruity, earthy IPA heaven! More info
♥ SPARK: a dating workshop not for the faint of heart @ Triskelion Arts (106 Calyer St)) 6:30pm, $40-55, Get constructive feedback from a group of your peers – your very own singles focus group. Energizeyourvoice.net founder, Minna Taylor, will facilitate a structured analysis to get to the root of what’s holding you back, Buy tix ♫ Sound Art Performance: Bad Jazz @ IDIO Gallery (976 Grand St) 7pm, FREE, Improvised auditory journeys that defy the normal explanations of musical theory. Their music is a stream of consciousness, ebbing and flowing from one texture to the next, More info ♦ Luce Guilbeault, Nicole Brossard, and Margaret Wescott’s Some American Feminists @ Light Industry (155 Freeman St) 7:30pm, $8, Shot in NYC in 1975 and 1976 by an entirely female crew, the film serves as a record of political awakening, both personal and collective, with subjects describing childhood stirrings of radical consciousness, More info ♫ An ACLU Benefit with Sam Cohen, Scully, Dark Tea @ Union Pool (484 Union Ave) 8pm, $14, A Song A Day presents an ACLU benefit showcase featuring Sam Cohen, Scully, DARK TEA to continue fighting the good fight, Buy tixContinue reading →
FUCK 2016! As quite possibly the worst year on record, let’s destroy it like a teenage house party! Come experience the ball pit drop at midnight! Complimentary Midnight Champagne Toast with our own Ballpit Drop! Bring your worst moment of 2016 on a piece of paper, shred it in our shredder and watch your worst moment become a confetti explosion at Midnight. @Brooklyn Bazaar (150 Greenpoint Ave), Doors open at 9PM. $40 Advance Tickets/ $50 at the door, Buy tix[sponsored]
Drink in the New Year with Greenpoint Beer and Ale (7 North 15th St)! From 10 PM to 1 AM we will be serving as much beer as you can drink for $35! There will be dancing plus a toast at midnight for all! Watch the ball drop live on our big screen!
$35 Open beer bar option online only. $45 at the door. If you do not want open bar there is a $10 cover charge at the door, Buy tix [Sponsored]
* Chanukah at the Gutter @ Gutter Bar (200 North 14th St) 8pm, FREE, The Gutter Bar Lights Up! Bowl with Latkes and make sure the donuts don’t end up in the gutter. Menorah Lighting and drinks. For young professionals in your 20’s & 30’s (ID required). Fun & Food is on us, Bourbon & Bowl is on you, RSVP ♫ DEATH MATCH 2 @ Tender Trap (66 Greenpoint Ave) 9pm, FREE, There will be music! There will be a NO RING wrestling match! There will be TOYS! There will be blood! There will be UNSTOPPABLE DEATH MACHINES! There will be the highly anticipated DEBUT of TIGHT FRIGHT(Former members of Big Bitch)!, RSVP Continue reading →
Lox of Beer @ Greenpoint Beer & Ale (7 North 15th St) has teamed up with Acme Smoked Fish for their annual Smoked Fish & Beer Tasting on Friday, December 18th from 2-5pm! For $30 you’ll get four different types of smoked fish along with four of their signature Greenpoint Beers to pair with each one, Buy tix [sponsored]
♦ Drawing Table @ Archestratus Books + Food (160 Huron St) 7pm, FREE, A warm, laid back atmosphere to work on personal projects, make some friends, and draw. Bring your own supplies or use some of ours. Beer, wine, vermouth, coffee & tea for sale to keep the creative juices flowing, RSVP =) This Tastes Funny @ Experiment Comedy Gallery (272 Grand St) 7:30pm, $5, New York’s newest food-themed comedy show! There will be FREE FOOD given away as prizes from an unnamed Upper West Side specialty market and some of the city’s funniest comics!, Buy tix
♦ SHREDLIGHT @ IDIO Gallery (976 Grand St) 6pm, FREE, Photography exhibition opening with Ebru Yildiz, Walter Wlodarczyk, and more plus live 8-Ball Radio Broadcast, More info * Coming Together North Brooklyn @ Automotive High School (50 Bedford Ave) 6:30pm, FREE, We need to reassure our community that if the new administration tries to roll back the progress we’ve made as a city that we are prepared to fight back! Join Councilman Stephen Levin to come together and organize for a better Brooklyn, RSVP ♫ Chairlift, Mr Twin Sister, Junglepussy @ Good Room (98 Meserole Ave) 8pm, $25, The R&B laced, vibrating drum infused pop track serves as the first musical offering from Chairlift’s forthcoming album Moth, which will be released in January 2016, More info Continue reading →
If you missed the last canning at Greenpoint Beer & Ale (7 North 15th Street), there’s another one coming up this Friday, October 28th at 5PM.
As we saw in their canning launch party “The canning sequence is nothing short of mesmerizing” and “For the brewers, this challenge is an opportunity to flex their creativity, and concoct some really diverse and interesting creations that keep bringing customers back again and again…”
Thsi time, they’re releasing Flannel ShirtRed IPA and Rabbit Island Pilsner into the wild. Rabbit Island is a beautiful hoppy pilsner brewed exclusively with forever tropical Motueka and Wi-iti hops from New Zealand. Plus it features killer artwork from infamous local artist Paul Richard. Flannel Shirt is our homage to the sticky, piney & eternally hoppy Red IPA’s from the Pacific Northwest. Just like last time this is a super limited run so make plans now to join us for more canned awesomeness than any of us certainly deserve. $4 per can, $16 per 4 pack, $96 per case.
Here’s the canning process in action we caught in the last visit!
Cozy up and celebrate this Fall season, Urban Frightfest style, with warm libations, food, live music, FREE fun activities, while discovering unique locally crafted items this Sunday, October 30th (1-7PM) at the Greenpoint Loft.
Wind down from the weekend’s Halloween festivities or warm up before Trick or Treating by hanging out in one of Greenpoint’s most beautiful historic spaces, restored to its pre-war glory. The Greenpoint Loft was once the home of America’s largest rope manufacturer and is now a private event space with views of the East River and Manhattan skyline that is open to the public during our markets!