Can you believe it took us until now to come up with a cool name for the event, like “Seaside Soiree”? Well, that’s all because we were too busy making sure it was an awesome event with delicious food, spectacular music and one-of-a-kind atmosphere to focus on a name. But now it’s all together. So, to celebrate Sheepshead Bites’ third birthday and the launch of Bensonhurst Bean, we’re throwing our first Seaside Soiree – a waterfront party with free food, cheap drinks and live music!

Remember to come down Saturday night, June 18, anytime between 8:00 p.m. and midnight to party with fellow readers. As we previously mentioned, we’ve got food from Bassett’s Deli and Caterers and Cupcake Kings, and the Baron DeKalb Knights of Columbus has generously offered use of their beautiful pier and bar (serving $3 beers!). Pinto Novelty (2118 Avenue X) has thrown in some fun freebies to light up the night.

As for music, we’ve got the Penniless Loafers opening at 8:00 p.m. Penniless Loafers is an eight-piece band playing an hour-long set of ska and indie rock. And, hell, they’ve got horns. Lots and lots of horns! (Actually, I think it’s just two. But how many horns does your band have?) You can listen to some of their music here.

Following them we have Nelson F. & Friends (Ralph F., Mike K., Sparkie, Gary G., Stevie, Freddie F. and Barney). Veterans of the local music scene, they’ll be switching performers in and out for the rest of the evening with a variety of takes on good ol’ rock music. Want to see what I’m talking about when I say a variety? Check out these two songs, performed by Nelson F. & Friends:

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Once again, the party is Saturday night, June 18, beginning at 8:00 p.m. at the Baron DeKalb Knights of Columbus (3000 Emmons Avenue, at Nostrand). You can see our Facebook event page here.

This is a totally free event, though we are asking for a $5 donation at the door to be used to replenish our freelance writer budget, giving us what we need to provide more original reporting about Sheepshead Bay. The event is open to the public and you do not need to be a member of the Knights of Columbus to come and enjoy.

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  • BayResident

    Its going to be good! I’ll be there and I have a fairly large handfull of friends and fellow readers who are excited to be joining me. See you there!

  • BayResident

    On another note, isn’t it nice to have a local community oriented site? Makes meetups that much easier.

  • http://twitter.com/nicktherat Nick the Rat

    crap, gonna miss it. anniversary with the woman rat. id love to make it to one of these shbb meet ups!

    • nolastname

      Happy Anniversary. Keep a camp out in mind. LOL

    • http://www.nedberke.com Ned Berke

      WTF? First of all… who would marry you?

      Nevermind that. Anyway. Are you saying an evening of wine and live music on the waterfront is not a romantic enough way to end an anniversary date? Come on…

      • http://twitter.com/nicktherat Nick the Rat

        lol, dating anniversary… no one will marry me! ;) going to les halles. have fun tonight guys!

        • BayResident

          steak and frites. <3

    • Anonymous

      Listen to me.  You buy her one slice of Delmar pizza, just one no need to spoil her. Add a can of Coors Light, don’t be cheap buy 20oz  bottle. Get flowers from East 14 St (see this link http://www.sheepsheadbites.com/2011/06/photos-children-honored-for-east-14th-street-cleanup/ ). Add mustache ride to the equation and BOOM you have yourself classy anniversary and still have time to go to this soiree (very gay word Ned). Btw it is totally OK to grab a $10 from her purse when she is not looking, you earned it anyways plus it will get you few beers at this shindig.
      You welcome.

      • http://blog.arikatt.com Ariela B.

        Wise words, Faba.

      • Anonymous

        dfsd

  • nolastname
  • Mc1100tc

    Ned,
    I know you meant well by the party at the Knights and I know this ska band, in theory, was a good idea but please, as a resident of the building next door, 3030 Emmons, hire a DJ next time. I am being bombarded by this off tune, off key mumbo jumbo and don’t get me wrong I love alternative music, as my cousin used to own Max’s Kansas City, but this is bad and it was the first time in 13 years of living here that I had to close my terrace door and put on the TV and AC to drown out this noise. Happy Birthday and many more.

  • Mc1100tc

    Ned,
    I know you meant well by the party at the Knights and I know this ska band, in theory, was a good idea but please, as a resident of the building next door, 3030 Emmons, hire a DJ next time. I am being bombarded by this off tune, off key mumbo jumbo and don’t get me wrong I love alternative music, as my cousin used to own Max’s Kansas City, but this is bad and it was the first time in 13 years of living here that I had to close my terrace door and put on the TV and AC to drown out this noise. Happy Birthday and many more.

  • nolastname

    Ned, Robert and crew Job well done. This was a great opp. to meet fellow Biters. When is the next party. This one showed we can all get along. Camp out..@.. Floyds?!?

    • http://twitter.com/nauticalstar Janelle

      Just make sure that the savages from last night don’t get invited…. I’ve never seen a bigger bunch of human vultures in my life, including the lady in the long sleeved red & white striped shirt who virtually knocked me out of my place in line for a sandwich. I hope she’s reading this right now.

      • gene

        was she a member of the knights? alot of them dont like it when people throw parties at the bar or on the pier. i should know. ive been a memeber for about 7 years now. they would rather you stay in the catering hall and away from them.

        • http://twitter.com/nauticalstar Janelle

          I didn’t ask her. She was too busy nearly knocking me the eff down to get a piece of the hero…. Regardless, member or not, don’t act like a f*n animal. I couldn’t believe how these people just swarmed around the food like they’ve never been fed before.

        • Guest

          I believe that she is a member of the egotistical bitch club.  They meet on Tuesdays.

          • Superhero

            Janelle,

            That lady was my mother so please next time move out of the way you cow. You were standing there like you owned the food.

          • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=195100291 Randy Contello

            lmao @the savages… me ned and the other lady open the heros and got shoved outta the way… then the asshole yes i said it, asshole who prank called pizza to be delivered, should be shot – but did provide humor  2 pies being devored in 42 seconds i belive it was? who was it that timed it lol…
            then i was the msart one who hid a pie for the band

  • SunnyDays

    How was it?

    • Guest

      Somewhat disappointing, mostly because of the savages mentioned above by Janelle.  You don’t look a gift horse in the mouth, and I do not blame Ned for the food running out so fast.  Bassett and Cupcake Kings did not have to provide anything at all but thanks to them for what they did provide.  Most of the people there came to mooch the free food, which was gone in
      about 2 minutes because the above-mentioned vultures were building
      leaning towers of Pisa on their plates.  Same with the cupcakes.  Ned
      felt pretty embarrassed about the situation and ordered pizza, which
      disappeared equally as fast.

      Besides the food vultures, the people felt like the worst of Staten Italian showed up and were having their Soprano style conversations in front of the band just to make sure nobody gets to see the band playing.  At least those were standing.  Others were glued to their chairs with this expression on their faces like they were waiting for a funeral to begin.

      The place itself wasn’t great.  $3 drinks were $4.  They had a limited amount of pint glasses and asked people to bring them back ASAP.  And they ran out of lime pretty fast.  I understand that they opened their doors for free but there is no excuse not to have glasses or lime.  One is free, the other is 10 for a $1 making a wedge about 5 cents.

      The music was the only saving grace until open mic night from the same Staten Italian Soprano wannabes.  The Penniless Loafers were great, and so was Nelson F until he gave the mic to numerous sleazy lounge singer wannabes.

      Ned and the gang did a great job at organizing this event with a budget of pocket change and lint.  It was a great attempt for Sheepshead to get together without having to go to a “luxurious” place but due to things beyond their control, it was … somewhat disappointing.

      • http://www.njluxurymotors.com Arthur Borko

        Ned didn’t order pizza. Someone pranked the event and ordered Domino’s in Ned’s name, and he was gracious enough to cover it the first time. Then someone did it again.

    • RomanM

      The event was mobbed by the geriatric community who are drawn to free food like flies to light. As I told Ned at the beginning of the night, the demographic at the event could not possibly represent the demographic of this blog. The actual readers/members were drowned out by the swarms of old people who came from god knows where (knights of columbus themselves?). I know they meant no harm but they ended up ruining the atmosphere of the event for those of us NOT taking blood pressure medication daily.

      • levp

        Careful with that assessment, since some of the most active readers here belong to the group that takes “blood pressure medication daily”… Especially considering that there isn’t really a minimum age for heart/cardiovascular system diseases.

        • RomanM

          As a medical professional, I can’t disagree, Tho I meant that the atmosphere was probably not ruined for those active members since they were among peers rather than a bunch of “kids.”

      • Andrew Kent

        Maybe the invite should have read, “Live Food, Free Booze, and Cheap Music!”  Then you would have attracted health nuts, alcoholics, and people who like crappy garage bands.

      • Andrew Kent

        BTW, we of the “>50″ set invented sex, drugs, and rock n’ roll, so show some respect.  Well, we may not have actually invented sex, but we did kinda perfect it.  ;)

  • http://www.facebook.com/pages/Erica-Sherman-Photographer/156144554406226?ref=mf ES

    I have no criticism whatsoever. I got to hang out with some of my best homeys, meet some great news one, see some terrific longtime Sheepshead peeps (hello, Mike from Wheeler’s! <—— awesome!), and I cannot say enough good things about Ari Kagan — I just love that guy. I got to meet Randy Contello, who let me shoot some photos with his D90 (sweet), Ariela, Andrew Kent, Arthur (whom I had met once before), and honestly, I had a feeling the food would run out anyway. So what? Big whoop. For super cheap a few of us gorged on roast beef sandwiches at Roll & Roaster, and speaking for myself, I don't think that detracted from the awesomeness of the soiree one bit. I thought it was fantastic, and am quite impressed with how Ned pulled it together. Rock on, brother Ned. And don't let what any Negative Nellie douches have to say get you down. You did a great job.

    • levp

      Second that.

      After all, we came to say “happy birthday” to the Bites, not to eat the free food, right?

      It did seem, however, that some have not eaten since the morning…

    • Andrew Kent

      I had a great time, met some really cool people, and got to hang with some of them afterward.  It’s nice to make new friends and to receive compliments for things I’ve posted.  The seductive convenience of the computer and some physical limitations due to disability have made me somewhat of a recluse.  Getting out and feeling human energy again is very life-affirming.  Thanks to Ned and everyone for making this happen.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=195100291 Randy Contello

      it was a pleasure to meet you also – and its rare i let some one use my camera but you are good people so

  • Anonymous

    Well what can say that was not said already? If you came for free food or 5 star
    seven course meal you are asshole. Drinking $4 beers was fantastic, Ned was running around with pitchers of beer as well. The highlight of the evening of course was meeting a few regular commenters and having food discussion with Robert. Btw if he will never talk to me again I will understand, I bugged the shit out of him with my food related thoughts.
    What can I say about the regulars? Ariela and nolastname are much more fantastic that you can imagine. Kent is very familiar with NYC politics, Arthur can tell you everything you need to know about Star Trek, Star Wars, Battlestar Galactica. He can even name episodes. Randy is way in love with his camera and tripod he is also chatty and friendly.
    The only disappointment was Ned. I think he is growing shorter. In fact he looks like angry chipmunk and has personality of a dead moth. He drinks way too much and slurs racist comments when he is drunk, which I think is all the time. He also kicked a kitten off the pier. He very much reminds me of a leprechaun. Between being as toll as a bar stool, that sad excuse for a beard, constant running around while hording all the cash and not investing it in to Bites, being angry and rude, he is perfect representation of leprechaun. In fact I heard few Irishmen talking about following him after the event and see if he will lead them to a pot of gold.

    • nolastname

      FABA, meeting you and the other Biters was fantastic. We have something in common. Damn if I know what it is but it’s a good thing. 
      Can I post pics…? 
      Ariela, Randy what ‘cha got?
      Lev, I have a good one of you and family.
      Ned must be sleeping (or waiting for the bank to open).

    • SunnyDays

      Funny, but true.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=195100291 Randy Contello

      lol – the event over all was fun. the late night group of us who stayed and had the long convo about everything from scifi to politics – to my astute observation about relogion and glass’s….  was a blast
      those who were there till the end – the group photo i have up on fb – i would love to hang with you people on a normal basis

      and btw – i was the one naming episoids of bsg

      • http://www.njluxurymotors.com Arthur Borko

        He must have heard me name 33.

    • Eminem

      Sorry I couldn’t make it to the event. Faba, Ned couldn’t possibly have behaved like that or he would already have been a friend of mine…

  • Billy

    as a reply to some ppl on here about the service they rec’d at the Knights of Columbus. I was one of the bartenders last nite. Janelle i can guarentee the lady u are refering too was not a member. Gene i have been a member at the knights for 12 yrs. and you do not know what u are talking about. We welcome all ppl and do not mind outside parties in our bar. Not sure if you have ever worked in a bar before BUT what bar do you know has over 100 pint glasses available. Its not that hard to ask someone to bring their glass back when comming to order another one. 2nd the domestic bottles of beer were $3 just like advertised.

    I want to thank Ned and sheepsheadbites for having this event on our pier.

    • Anonymous

       Billy, everything was great. Don’t bother with all the hate. Beers were good, service was good. It’s a nice place you got and I was wondering if none members can stop by for a beer once a while.

      • Billy

        i work on friday nights usually and the other guy i worked with works on saturday nites. everyone is welcome back whenever. if anyone asks if you guys are members just let them know you are with the sheepsheadbites crew and they shouldnt give u a problem….

    • RomanM

      Agree with F_a_b_a (oh god, just vomited in my mouth while saying that). Bar and prices were the one thing about the event the didn’t dissapoint one bit. ($4.75 for a diet coke and a beer?? I thought the price was JUST for a diet coke) 

      • http://www.njluxurymotors.com Arthur Borko

        They weren’t charging for Soda…..

    • http://www.njluxurymotors.com Arthur Borko

      You bar guys were great, thanks for your service.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=195100291 Randy Contello

        the guys @ the bar were great – i know billy for many years now, so it was even nicer to see a old friend ontop of all the new friends i made yesterday!

        • http://www.njluxurymotors.com Arthur Borko

          I don’t know about anyone else but Billy never got on top of me…

    • Andrew Kent

      Great space, great hosts.  The pier, with its beautiful view,  quaint marina, and even waterfowl (well, a lone egret), was like being on vacation in some seaside resort. 

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=195100291 Randy Contello

        i got some great photos of that bird!

    • nolastname

      Your and the staffs service was great, gentlemanly and prompt. I had no problems with any part of the facility and would definitely recommend future gatherings. TY.

    • Guest

      Re: what bar do you know has over 100 pint glasses – any and every bar!!!  I have been to bars with over 100 people with full and empty pint glasses on tables and at the bar and the bartenders just kept whipping out more glasses every minute.  Hell, I have over 2 dozen large glasses myself and I’m not a bar.  You need to get out more, Billy.

    • Guest

      Also, aren’t you a catering hall?  Shouldn’t you have enough for every person?  Do people have to share knives and forks too?  Did the Seaport Buffet crab leg people steal all your glasses?

    • Anonymous

      Billy – you guys did a great job. Thanks for having us.

  • http://twitter.com/nauticalstar Janelle

    Don’t get me wrong – it was a great event and I’m very proud of Ned for being able to pull this off. Kudos to him for doing a great job. But I’ve never seen people swarm to food like that before in my life, knocking people over the way they did. Behavior like that is just disgusting. And I’ve encountered similar behavior like that during the Gravesend Cemetary tour with the same type of cranky old batties. Just nasty and rude.

    Oh and let me not forget the criticism I overheard from 2 old ladies about how awful the music was – speaking specifically during the Pennyless Loafers set. Sorry that it wasn’t 1940s swing or jazz, lady. Ned tried to accommodate everyone, not just the geriatric population. Sheesh.

    • Anonymous

      Janelle  - you’ve never seen people swarm to food before? You obviously don’t get out much in Sheepshead Bay

      http://www.sheepsheadbites.com/2010/06/video-crab-carnage-at-seaport-buffet/

      • http://twitter.com/nauticalstar Janelle

        I remember this video. I just forgot. But you don’t see anyone being shoved out of the way or knocked over, like how I was.

    • http://www.njluxurymotors.com Arthur Borko

      Janelle, if you want to see animals swarming food go watch the Crab Legs at Seaport Buffet……its like watching National Geographic…

      • Andrew Kent

        The food riots over the crab eggs at Seaport are disgusting, but, then, that makes it easier to access the shrimp. clams, and mussels, which I find more enjoyable and a far better deal for the money.BTW, Seaport has never, ever, made money on me, yet they always give me a warm welcome, especially when I eat there with a friend.  I’ve come to the conclusion that there are people back in China watching videos of us eating and placing bets.

        • Eminem

          My friends and I go to the Seaport Buffet for the express reason of watching the animals go for the crab legs! The idea of placing bets will be considered by us in the future. Hey, there’s a second career for me there, good idea! Let’s compete with China on that one.

               Creatures of all races, creeds, and colors push, shove and battle their way to pile up their plates (even though there is a stated limit). First time I saw it I was dumbfounded…. Seems to have become a tradition. I think Pavlov is at work there, I suggest that trays of horse manure be placed randomly to see if the behavior persists.

    • Andrew Kent

      The music was a bit too loud, but it was a nice mix.  In fact, the Pennyless Loafers had more in common with 1940′s swing than the second band, and their up tempo rendition of Jim Lowe’s 50′s hit, “The Green Door,” was the first time I’d heard that song since I was a kid.  The second band was more classic rock, but they did a kickass version of the Ramones’ “I Wanna Be Sedated” that got people dancing, although it wasn’t exactly a mosh pit.

      If the alter cockers who complained had stayed for the after party, they would have enjoyed the more traditional old jukebox stuff blaring from the lodge’s speakers.  Maybe next year, go for a more versatile bar mitzvah band and perhaps some karaoke.

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for the party Ned.

    I was amazed by these old ass bats who took hero’s the size of their F*CKING  HEADS. So inconsiderate esp when they saw how big the line behind them was. I bet they also gave a 5 cent donation to get in too, cuz that how much they gave in 1920. I’ve seen people taking the heros and cupcakes and wrapping them up in tissue and stuffing them in their bags to take home.  Amazing behavior by the 50+ crowd. The younger people were cool as hell though.

    We need an age limit at the next party ;)

    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/lisanne001 Lisanne!

      A few of us are OVER 50. Some were there last night. I see the problem as being that there were people attending whose connection to the blog was at best, tenuous.

    • Andrew Kent

      I don’t think it was age.  The heros were pre-sliced, so each slice was a serving and couldn’t be further divided.  But some people were seen taking more than one slice, although perhaps the second one was for someone who came with them but was not in the line.  There probably should have been a back-up plan with less expensive food like chips, pretzels, popcorn, or fruit, but, then, there were some leftover containers of coleslaw and other go-withs that weren’t touched.  BTW, I never got a cupcake.  We old folks move kinda slow. ;)

    • Andrew Kent

      BTW, we of the “50+ crowd” invented sex, drugs, and rock n’ roll, so please have some respect. Well, we may not have actually invented sex, but we did kinda perfect it. ;)     

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/lisanne001 Lisanne!

    I had a headache last night and so I wasn’t in the mood for large numbers of people. I suspected a large crowd would attend; that it became a senior riot was not what I would have imagined possible.

    I would have liked to meet a number of the people who contribute here that I have not met already. A small event might be nice. People who participate in the blog in some fashion. A setting where the motivation would be interaction.
    Food for thought.

    • Andrew Kent

      How about a pot luck picnic, or maybe an RSVP pay-as-you-go brunch or prix fixe buffet at a local restaurant?

      • http://www.flickr.com/photos/lisanne001 Lisanne!

        I would like to do a picnic. I wish we could do it in the grassy area on the north side of the Belt that runs between East 13th and 15th Street. Nobody ever goes there, and it’s wasted. They should have an entrance, and turn it over to the Parks Department. I’ve always gone there because it is good place to be alone.

        • Andrew Kent

          Probably better to use a space with picnic tables and nearby bathroom facilities, and the noise and exhaust from passing cars could be annoying to some people.  A place where barbecuing is allowed could be a plus.  But I think the Parks Department now limits the size of organized groups, so a permit might be required if too many people RSVP.  If enough people participate in organizing the event, perhaps we could have folk singing, a drum circle, or games like badminton or vollyball.  Or maybe just gather at the beach.  Manhattan Beach would be nealy ideal.

          • http://www.flickr.com/photos/lisanne001 Lisanne!

            That’s one reason I was thinking of this spot. True there are no facilities, especially since the library on East 14th Street isn’t open on Saturdays anymore.

            We used to hold night events on Manhattan beach years ago. We never got permits and the police were OK with us being there late as long as we didn’t seem disruptive.

          • Andrew Kent

            I think they close Manhattan Beach after a certain time, but I’m not sure of the summer hours. Perhaps Sheepshead Bites can use its connections with the Community Board and local politicians to get any permits that might be needed or to reserve space. Does Plumb Beach have picnic tables? 

          • http://www.njluxurymotors.com Arthur Borko

            Ned doesn’t need to use any connections, anyone can apply for a permit.

          • http://www.njluxurymotors.com Arthur Borko

            Ned doesn’t need to use any connections, anyone can apply for a permit.

          • http://www.flickr.com/photos/lisanne001 Lisanne!

            Plumb Beach has picnic tables but they are small in number. And of course the beach itself is somewhat narrow.

            Manhattan Beach closes usually after dusk. And things are different now. Brighton Beach is open, though I’m not sure whether people are supposed to be on the beach after dark.

          • Cabbie

            Riis Park. Lots of room. Grills. The Beach!

          • http://www.njluxurymotors.com Arthur Borko

            Yea, thats a good spot, but uh….why go to queens for a Sheepshead Meetup? The whole point is to meet in our community.

          • Cabbie

            It should not matter where as long as it can accommodate all of us.

            The bay, the ocean – it’s all connected.

            Besides, the $ toll will keep out the schnorrers!

          • http://www.njluxurymotors.com Arthur Borko

            I’ve already been suggesting a BBQ in Manhattan Beach…

          • http://www.njluxurymotors.com Arthur Borko

            I’ve already been suggesting a BBQ in Manhattan Beach…

          • Andrew Kent

            Some people in the community have been fighting against barbecuing.  Is it still allowed, and in how restricted an area?

          • http://www.flickr.com/photos/lisanne001 Lisanne!

            It’s still legal. The BBQ area is popular, and I think we would have to stake a claim early.

          • Andrew Kent

            Some people in the community have been fighting against barbecuing.  Is it still allowed, and in how restricted an area?

        • http://www.njluxurymotors.com Arthur Borko

          That area is currently full of Construction equipment.

          • http://www.flickr.com/photos/lisanne001 Lisanne!

            This must be recent. A few months ago it looked like they had reseeded the area.

          • http://www.njluxurymotors.com Arthur Borko

            We’re talking the place by the Train and Walkway Overpasses right?

          • http://www.flickr.com/photos/lisanne001 Lisanne!

            To the west of it, going towards Homecrest Avenue.

          • http://www.njluxurymotors.com Arthur Borko

            Yea, I saw a ton of equipment there recently. I always felt that that space
            was used poorly and could be a nice spot…

        • http://www.njluxurymotors.com Arthur Borko

          That area is currently full of Construction equipment.

    • Cabbie

      “senior riot” – great name for a band.

      • http://www.flickr.com/photos/lisanne001 Lisanne!

        Wait about five years or so and I might front a band with that name.

        • Cabbie

          I’ll manage you. We’ll make a mint – I have some connections…

          • http://www.flickr.com/photos/lisanne001 Lisanne!

            I did, but my inertia killed my career before it even got off the ground years ago. 

            Some of the people I knew years ago are getting back into playing, some have even gone into the studio to make new recordings.

  • Anonymous

    was at bachelor party last night, looks like i missed out a great event. :( 

    Perhaps folks can toss up some pix? O.o :D

  • Anonymous

    Next time an event like this is scheduled it should held in the light of day. Sunlight turns trolls to stone as we all know.

  • heather

    Happy third birthday! And many more!

  • heather

    Happy third birthday! And many more!

  • http://www.flickr.com/knightmare6 Knightmare6

    Sounds like quite the event, sorry I missed out! I didn’t leave Coney Island until around 10pm

    • Georgia

      Happy Birthday Sheepsheadbites & many more thank you Ned for a great time.   Never even seen the pizza but thanks anyway.  lol I was glad to meet some of the people on bites. A large turnout it was great. 

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