I highly recommend the pretzel croissant from City Bakery. Combine a New York City pretzel with a buttery croissant and voila. Go there. Now.
Brooklyn Pour will feature more than 100 craft brews from New York and beyond. The event will be held in Greenpoint, Brooklyn at the Brooklyn Expo Center from 3 p.m. – 6 p.m., with VIP hour starting at 2 p.m. The event will host the Brooklyn Pour Game Zone with life size pong, cornhole and more, and an outdoor food court featuring Keste Pizza, Papaya King and Coney Shack, among others.
Only a limited number of tickets are available so grab yours today. More event details are outlined below.
- DATE: Saturday, September 26th
- TIME: 2:00-6:00PM with staggered entry as follows:
- 2:00PM – $85 – VIP Ticketholder Doors
- 2:30PM – $65 – Early Entry Ticketholder Doors
- 3:00PM – $55 – General Admission Ticketholder Doors
- VENUE: Brooklyn Expo Center | 72 Noble St, Brooklyn, NY 11222
- TICKETS: On sale – http://bit.ly/BKPour15Tix
Today, to celebrate National Filet Mignon Day, Morton’s The Steakhouse is offering $1 petite filet mignon sandwiches in the bar area of its restaurants. I can’t think of much that sounds better than this deal. Hurry, because the offer is only good for today. Morton’s has 73 locations worldwide so I’m sure you can find one nearby.
Have you heard of Burger and Lobster? If you’re in New York City and love lobster, you need to check it out. The chefs here have it easy since there are only three items on the menu. For $20 you can choose from a lobster, lobster roll or burger. Literally, that’s it. And don’t worry, Burger and Lobster isn’t one of those places that skimps on portions. No matter what you choose, you’ll have a healthy portion of seafood or meat coming your way. Order a drink and for $30 you have yourself quite a nice dinner.
It’s National Cheesecake Day and what better way to celebrate than chow down on a dessert New York City is famous for. Instead of going to Junior’s or The Cheesecake Factory (note: those two are definitely not on the same playing field), why not check out a cheesecake establishment that’s celebrating its 40th anniversary – Eileen’s Special Cheesecake. (If nothing else, visit their website and turn the volume on your computer up, it’s well worth it.)
Today from 9 a.m. – 9 p.m., visit Eileen’s Special Cheesecake to meet Eileen and her family, try the delicious cheesecakes, see how they’re created and enjoy 50% of all cheesecakes. Flavors include Salted Caramel, Oreo Cookie, Strawberry, Bourbon… and more than 30 others!