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Here’s Why Fort Greene And Clinton Hill Are The Best Places...

Brooklyn Magazine has omitted Fort Greene and Clinton Hill from its list of best dates by neighborhood. We assume it's because everyone else would...

Where To Watch Euro 2016 In The Brownstone Belt

It's almost time for UEFA Euro 2016, and that means it's time to find a place to watch. The tournament, which pits different national...

Stuart Wellington, Owner Of Upcoming Hinterlands Bar, Is Pretty Hilarious

Stuart Wellington, co-owner of the much-awaited Hinterlands bar -- set to open on Church Avenue this summer -- moonlights as a co-host of The Flop House, we've...

Mary’s Bar Is Closing After Five Years In The Neighborhood

Mary's, a neighborhood institution, will be shuttering its doors on Sunday night after five years in business. The South Slope anchor, at 708 5th Ave since 2011,...

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day With The Parade, Bars And Irish Soda...

St. Patrick’s Day is this Thursday, March 17, and the neighborhood is a pot o’ gold full of celebratory options! From parades, to bars,...

Christmas 2015: What’s Open And Closed Around The Slope

Hello, Christmas! If you plan to celebrate outside of Park Slope enjoy safe travels and good weather. If you’re sticking around the neighborhood, note that Christmas Eve,...

Christmas 2015: What’s Open And Closed Around The Slope

Hello, Christmas! If you plan to celebrate outside of South Slope enjoy safe travels and good weather. If you’re sticking around the neighborhood, note that Christmas Eve,...

Five Places To Grab A Drink In Bensonhurst

The biggest complaint from young people about Bensonhurst is that there is nothing to do. The neighborhood goes quiet at 8pm, and after a long week of...

Supporting Small Businesses: Two Years And Counting At The Great Georgiana

After sitting empty for a couple of years, the former Tillie's at 248 Dekalb Avenue (at Vanderbilt) came to life again in September 2013...

It’s Nice And Warm At The North Pole Pub

The North Pole Pub quietly opened its doors at 428 Bergen Street, between 4th and 5th Avenues, about three weeks ago. North Pole Pub is...

Excelsior Bar Is Back, Relocated, And We Had A Firsthand Look

It feels like business as usual. And it feels comfortable. Peter Clothier, a long-time regular at Excelsior Bar (now at its new location at 563...

Five Neighborhood Cocktails To Help You Savor The Summer

While people keep dropping words like September and fall, there's still plenty of summer to hold onto -- especially when it comes to deliciously...

Things To Do In Kensington & Windsor Terrace This Week

Happy Monday, everyone! This week, you can learn how to knit and crochet with your neighbors, see a free movie at the Windsor Terrace...

Things To Do In Ditmas Park This Week

Happy Monday, everyone! This week, you can get your laugh on at Bar Chord's comedy night, meet fellow lovers of literature at Ditmas Park's newest book...

Things To Do In Kensington & Windsor Terrace This Weekend

Happy Friday, everyone! This weekend, you can watch "Back to the Future" under the stars at Greenwood Playground, go fishing for free at Prospect...