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Washing briny oysters down with a glass of Champagne is one of the world’s simplest delights—especially when you’re on a budget. Lucky for Brooklynites, our borough is saturated with spots offering some of the best bivalve specials around. Whether you like ‘em with a cold craft beer, topped with mignonette or garnished with a squeeze of lemon, there’s an oyster happy hour to satisfy your palate as well as your humble bank account. Bearded Lady Bearded...
First date planning is an under-appreciated form of art. (So is other date planning, but we've already got you covered there.) Whether you met on Tinder, at a bar or through friends, the spot you select leaves an indelible impression—either positive or negative. Noise level, volume, weekly events and even cash-only policies are important considerations when it comes to picking a location. Here are a few tried-and-true places to earmark. Lively: Zombie Hut or...
Budgeting your social life is a must in New York City, especially when it comes to dating. A typical dinner easily costs around $60 per person, making it harder than ever to gallantly pick up the tab. But don’t resort to Netflix and Top Ramen quite yet: These wallet-friendly date ideas will keep your bank account from sobbing—and your relationship from fizzling. La Boulangerie Lopez: 647 Fifth Avenue, Park Slope Forget pricy brunch prix fixes—at this South Slope...
There’s no better way to celebrate the end of one of the worst winters on record than by picnicking in Prospect Park. But if you cook up your own picnic spread, you may well wind up spending more time preparing (and transporting) it than actually enjoying yourself. So, the next time the park beckons, grab your basket but bypass your kitchen—and let these spots handle the menu. Brancaccio’s Food Shop If you’re going to PopUp...

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