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Experience Industry City, Brooklyn’s New Design District!

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You might have heard about Industry City in Sunset Park, Brooklyn’s 3.5 acre, 6 million square foot mixed used complex with amazing restaurants, shops, artist studios, co-working spaces and more. We were lucky to have been give a tour of the entire campus and we can’t wait to…

NYC’s Best Markets: Food Markets, Flea Markets & More!

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Weekends are great for wandering and sometimes nothing is more fun than spending a few hours sampling inventive foods or shopping all kinds of locally made goods in one location. That’s why we wanted to share the best of NYC’s markets: MANHATTAN – Artists & Fleas at Chelsea Market Artists &…

Interview with a Local: TJ Provenzano, Managing Partner, Mayanoki Sustainable Sushi & General Manager, Rooftop Reds

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Hi TJ. Great to reconnect with you! It was such a bummer when Brooklyn Oenology closed the tasting room. But it sounds like you’ve got a lot going on so I am going to jump right in. The Village Voice recently referred to you as a “beverage maven” – can you tell us a little…

Our Highlights from Brooklyn Eats 2017

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There are many great food and beverage companies being formed in Brooklyn! This year, we were lucky to be invited to check out Brooklyn Eats, Brooklyn’s first food & beverage trade show, supporting our manufacturing businesses and creating a borough- wide community of food producers. The event took place at the Brooklyn Bridge Marriott Hotel and…

Interview with a Local: Meghan Love of Mable’s Smokehouse

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Mable’s Smokehouse has been a neighborhood gem in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, since it opened in 2012. A BBQ joint is a bit unorthodox for the neighborhood and perhaps that is precisely why it’s so beloved – plus the food is incredible. Praised by the New York Times, Food & Wine Magazine, Eater,…

Experience Brooklyn Like A Local

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Last month we partnered with Localgrapher and shared our insight on how to “Experience Brooklyn Like A Local”.  Here are the highlights: Did you know that Brooklyn is the 4th largest city in the US (if you separate it from New York City)? The borough has experienced an explosion of popularity in the last 10…

What’s hot in NYC & Brooklyn?! And the best places to cool off … with a cocktail al fresco!

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New York City in the summer is a magical place. Markets, festivals, outdoor dining, parks, the waterfront, the energy! We could go on. Here are our picks for what’s hot: Smorgasburg (Brooklyn) — “The Woodstock of eating” according to the New York Times. Smorgasburg is the largest weekly open-air food market in America with amazing…

Summertime at Brooklyn Bridge Park & DUMBO

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The Brooklyn Heights Promenade will take your breath away. If you’ve watched Annie Hall and Moonstruck, you’ve seen this iconic spot. According to the NY Harbor Parks website, it is one-third of a mile long, it offers a vista of the Statue of Liberty, the Manhattan skyline and the majestic Brooklyn Bridge. Lined with flower beds,…

NYC: 5 things not to miss in April!

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Spring has sprung in New York City and we couldn’t be happier! Here is our list of top 5 events not to miss in April! 1. A Celebration of NYC’s Best Margaritas (April 29) A Grand Ole Fiesta sampling the city’s best margaritas as your favorite restaurants duke it out for…

Calling all wine, cheese and history buffs!

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Crown Finish Caves is a cheese aging facility located in an 1850’s lagering tunnel thirty feet below the street in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. According to their website, “We are located in the historic former Nassau Brewery building in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. Our caves are the old lagering tunnels of the brewery, and at approximately 50…