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Sumo Stew is Back Next Week! (7/17)

Sumo Stew

The biggest ever Sumo Stew is coming to East Williamsburg next Tuesday (7/17) at Arrogant Swine (173 Morgan Avenue) from 6-9pm. The event is hosted by photographer Michael Harlan Turkell and Harry Rosenblum, the owner of The Brooklyn Kitchen. The pair teamed up to create a Japan-centered foodie event series (they’ve done more than a dozen at this point) featuring bowls of chankonabe (sumo stew) as the main dish, which sumo wrestlers make and chow down on before a match. And, of course, sumo wrestling matches are live streamed during the evening. This round of Sumo Stew will feature a North Carolina BBQ-style Whole Hog chankonabe, in collaboration with BBQ joint Arrogant Swine.
Tickets and complete event info here.

Bowls of chankonabe. Photo via Sumo Stew
Bowls of chankonabe. Photo via Sumo Stew
Michael Harlan Turkell (r) and Harry Rosenblum (l). Photo via Sumo Stew
Michael Harlan Turkell (r) and Harry Rosenblum (l). Photo via Sumo Stew

The tickets are $60, but that gets you a whole lot of Japanophile fun. Each participant gets a bento box, bowl of chankonabe, and 2 drink tickets to be used for sake, shochu, or a whisky cocktail – and round after round of sumo. Plus, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Japan Society. Here’s a detailed list of all the cool things you’ll get:

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Food, Fashion, Art + Music Collide at Colony Incubator Popup (Sat. June 30)

Colony Popup

Colony Studios (67 West Street #515) is hosting a popup market with music, art, fashion and food this Saturday June 30th. The market will happen from 12-5pm, and the live performance segment will take place afterward. Expect vendors like: naturally dyed textiles from Tintoreria, Japanese fashion imports from Ambassador, ceramics from Alana Lauren, artwork by Shantastic, macarons from Woops!, Luisiana Luke’s Cajun food, Polish food from Polka Dot and music and performance art by Terry Lorvette.

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The Essential 2017 Popup Market Roundup!

‘Tis the season for holiday markets! We love to support small businesses, so we collected all of the markets coming to North Brooklyn. If you’re searching for the oh-so-cool gift for your nearest and dearest that is also artisan-craft, locally made, or vintage, we got you covered.

Browse our local popup market roundup below and get shopping!

Lucas Lucas

Lucas Lucas | 57 Conselyea Street
December 1-3 | 12-7pm

Oh, we do love a good curated gallery and this popup at Lucas Lucas will be no exception. There will be jewelry, pretty objects, clothes from fab brands like People of 2morrow, art, and live music at the Friday night opening (7-10 pm).

 

A/D/O

Cooler Gallery Super Market at A/D/O | 29 Norman Avenue
December 2-3 | 12pm-8pm

Bibliophiles, take note. The Cooler Callery Super Market at A/D/O popup is part holiday market and part book fair. Giving a book is always such a classic gift – why not transport your bestie or love to a new place with a fantastic story or photo collection? Plus, shoppers can find goods make my local artists, galleries, publishers, and designers. Continue reading

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Must Do: Hit Up The Cooler Gallery Art Market This Weekend at A/D/O! (12/2–12/3)

A/D/O Cooler Gallery Market

This weekend Saturday 12/2 & Sunday 12/3, A/D/O (29 Norman Ave) will be playing host to an uber cool art book fair and holiday popup curated by Cooler Gallery. The Cooler Gallery Super Market will feature unique designs and goods for sale and installations by local galleries, publishers, artists and designers. Some of the vendors include Draw Down BooksLikeminded ObjectsLadies and GentlemenJordan Johnson, Dusen Dusen, Caroline Z HurleyTetraKelli AndersonHuy Bui and Justin Donnely. Illustrator Jon Burgerman will host a drop-in, freeform and drawing workshop adorably entitled Doodle School. And at night, expect live music from the likes of Absolutely Yours, Chad Phillips, and Lillet Blanc. If you’ve got art lovers on your holiday gift list, don’t miss this popup!
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For An Ever-Changing Menu From a Noma Vet, Head To Knightshift at Meyers Bageri

Knightshift, inside Meyers Bageri

Bike-lane infrastructure notwithstanding (because…c’mon, NYC. You’ve still got a LONG way to go), North Brooklyn and Copenhagen aren’t so different these days. Both areas feature a beyond-solid outerwear game, both combine the charms of a tight-knit neighborhood with the benefits of urban living…and both North Brooklyn and Copenhagen are key destinations for prestige Nordic cuisine.

We’ve got Aska (47 S 5th St), the austere and ambitious tasting-menu spot from Fredrik Berselius (a veteran of Noma, the Copenhagen spot that’s a permanent fixture on ‘best restaurant’ lists all over the world). We’ve got Norman (29 Norman Ave), a collaborative effort from Berselius and Claus Meyer, the co-founder of Noma and the chef/proprietor of the Great Northern Food Hall and Agern in Grand Central Station. And, of course, Mr. Meyers also helms Meyers Bageri (667 Driggs Ave) in South Williamsburg, where outstanding Danish rye loaves and insanely-delicious cinnamon twists can always be found.

But that’s not all you’ll get at Meyers Bageri. From now through the end of the year, Meyers is hosting an evening pop-up called Knightshift, which features a menu from Mads Refslund, formerly of Acme in NoHo and an alum of (you guessed it) Noma. Refslund’s gearing up to open his own Williamsburg restaurant in 2018 (with the badass, ‘Game of Thrones’-esque name ‘Fire And Ice’), and he’s using Knightshift as a test lab for recipes, techniques, and presentations. Continue reading

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Bacon, Egg and Cheese for Days at the Breakfast Takedown This Sunday at Brooklyn Bazaar! (10/29)

Does the thought of stacks on stacks of pancakes with butter and syrup sexily dripping off the sides make you salivate? Does the aroma of bacon make your tummy tingle? If so, you NEED to make it to The Breakfast Takedown this Sunday at Brooklyn Bazaar (150 Greenpoint Ave) from 1-3pm! You will receive total deliciousness from dozens of home chefs, all battling for the ultimate prize—Best Breakfast. There’ll be an audience vote, and a judges vote by a panel of certified foodies (including myself). Plus, a portion of the event’s proceeds will be donated to Unidos Por Puerto Rico. Esteemed host of The Takedowns Matt Timms is excited to see what people will come up with. He says, “Breakfast is a fast and loose category—I eat BBQ for breakfast, when I’m feelin’ fancy, so whatever grabs the public’s collective heart from 1 to 3 on a Sunday is what’s going to win!” And, he insists, “Breakfast Tacos! That alone is a reason to come!

Tickets are $20, and your belly full o’ bacon n’ biscuits will thank you. Get thee to the takedown!

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This Weekend: Maimoun x The Break Pop-Up

Oh, I do love a good pop-up shop. Starting Friday May 12th (with music & drinks!) and ending on Sunday the 14th, check out a fun shopping event at Maimoun x The Break on 82 Dobbin Street. Maimoun is derived from Persian, which means company or guests who are invited to visit your home for a gathering. The brand is all about bringing style, socialization, and good times together with key looks. Continue reading

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Pizza Night, Tokyo x Brooklyn, The Hum, Call Your Mom Show — What’s Happening, Greenpoint? (5/10–5/16)

There are more events in our weekly calendarSubmit Greenpoint events, too!


WEDNESDAY 5/10

*Green Roof Tour & Lecture on Newtown Creek Ecology @ Kingsland Wildflowers (520 Kingsland Avenue) 6pm, FREE, Enjoy the Kingsland Wildflowers green roof and learn about the benefits of green roofs for humans and wildlife, RSVP
♦ Stanisław Fijałkowski “A Young Man Plans a Voyage” @ Green Point Projects (27 Gem St) 7pm, FREE, An inaugural exhibition that examines the work of ninety-five years old Polish artist Stanislaw Fijalkowski, one of the pioneers of post-war lyrical abstraction derived from constructivism and surrealism, More info
# Remedi Food Dinner Club : Flower Moon @ Magick City (37 Box St) 8pm, $20-25, Full Moon Dinner honoring this month’s Flower Moon in Scorpio! Everything served is plant-based, ethically sourced, local/organic, foraged whenevr poss, and prepared with love & ecological accountability! Buy tix
=) Drop the Mike @ Threes Brewery new Outpost (113 Franklin St) 8pm, FREE, Stand up comedy hosted by Kendra Cunningham, More info

 

THURSDAY 5/11

# Pizza Night @ Archestratus Books + Foods (160 Huron St) 7pm, $18, Pick up to ten of twenty available toppings to create the personal pizza of your dreams! We have gluten-free crusts, too! RSVP
♫ The New Mastersounds (Night 1 of 3)
@Brooklyn Bowl (61 Wythe Ave) 8pm, $15, Buy tix
* Full Moon in Scorpio Ceremony @ Narayana Integrative Center (191 Nassau Ave) 8pm, $20, Spring Cleaning for the Soul: The Full Moon this May is in Scorpio, ladies. Come transform collectively. Collective energy is most powerful, More info Continue reading

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MEAT my BEER Tasting Event At Greenpoint Beer & Ale!

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Our favorite Greenpoint gourmet food shop Eastern District is teaming up with our favorite neighborhood gastropub, Greenpoint Beer & Ale (7 N 15th St.), for a mouthwatering meat and beer tasting next Sunday afternoon (4/23) from 2-5pm. It’s their first ever official meat and beer pairing event. For $40 you’ll get to sink your teeth into five different types of cured meat paired with five signature Greenpoint Beers. Mmmm, salty goodness. Mmmm, beer.
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Midnite Market Madness! The Gone Cat x Bk Bazaar Fri/Sat Nite!

The Gone Cat - Brooklyn Bazaar

If for some reason you missed out on the dozens of indie designers we hosted last weekend at our Greenpointers Spring Market (it was glorious!), then this weekend you’d do well to check out the popup night market at Brooklyn Bazaar. Shop from and mingle with some really cool independent local designers while rocking out to some sweet jams and sipping your favorite tipsy bevs. We promise it’ll be more fun than the weekend plans you haven’t made yet.

The Gone Cat Popup Shop @ Brooklyn Bazaar150 Greenpoint Ave
Friday & Saturday April 14th and 15th | 
7pm to 1am
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