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On account of a few variables, namely the mainstream media and your one friend who lives on Bedford Avenue, it's possible you've been duped into believing the only place contributing to Brooklyn's musical eminence is Williamsburg. Enter an ongoing series of neighborhood spotlights, in which we'll highlight notable music-related places in each area to prove this is untrue. It's a hyper-local visiter's guide for the music enthusiast that doubles as an "I-lived-here-for-10-years-and-didn't-know-that-was-there" tip sheet....
Pub crawls can be fun and all, but let’s be honest—one bar’s pint of Captain Lawrence Liquid Gold is pretty tough to distinguish from the next. So if you’re really looking to divide and conquer the drinking and dining establishments in one particular area, you’d be well served by joining Bon Appetit’s Greenpoint Grub Crawl on June 21st. Sure, the $149 tickets sound steep, but just think of how much you’d pay on a...
Formerly a space solely devoted to seeing live music and drinking too many drinks, Greenpoint staple Coco 66 has re-opened after a long absence, now with a fancy bistro menu courtesy of restaurateur Michael Callahan (Indochine, Republic) and chef Joe Capozzi (Fat Radish). They'll now be serving up heartier fare, like steamed clams and a pork chop, and, more importantly, an excellent roster of bar snacks, including cheddar pennies and a $5 bacon cheeseburger. The place...