Things to do this week around Sunset Park, Brooklyn
Rooftop Reds Reservations 2019
Tuesday, April 23 at 4:00pm — Rooftop Reds Navy Hill — 299 Sands St Bldg # 275, Brooklyn, NY 11205
Reserve your spot on the rooftop! Simply choose the date you would like to visit, and enter in your details. An email will be sent to you with a barcode to enter into the Brooklyn Navy Yard where we are located. Please enter the Navy Yard at 299 Sands Street. Visiting Rooftop Reds is free! Saturday reservations are split in half. You may choose between 12-5pm or 5-10pm and that will be your allotted time slot. http://www.rooftopreds.com/directions/
Make Pizza Drink Wine: Fi Di (Thursdays & Fridays)
Friday, April 26 at 7:00pm — Kesté Fulton Financial District — 77 Fulton Street, New York, NY 10038
Don’t know the first thing about making pizza? Not many people do! But since we've had such great times these past several months for our inaugural thirty (yes, 30!) events, we're coming back for more, more, more in 2019! So consider this your formal invite (yup, yet again) to Hungry Pop's now infamous pizza-making experiences, Make Pizza Drink Wine, going down at 7PM on the following nights: Every Friday night in April Every Thursday night in May. Not only will you gain hands-on experience from the cream of the pizza-making crop, but did we mention you’ll also enjoy sipping on complimentary glasses of house red and white wines for the night while learning about the incredible history of Neapolitan pizza-- plus you'll have delicious appetizers like fried burrata and fresh mozzarella served family-style!
South African Independence Day Party
Friday, April 26 at 10:00pm — Amarachi Downtown Brooklyn — 189 Bridge Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
All roads lead to Amarachi BK on April 26 for SA Independence Day We have guest DJs DJ Stavo, DJ Twitty & DJ Touch of Soul coming straight out of SA! Along side NYCs own DJ AQ & DJ Beekay Free entry 10pm-2am Presented by Tropical Jawn & Afrikey BOTTLE SPECIALS - ANY TWO BOTTLES FOR $400 - HIT UP @DJAQNYC TO INQUIRE
Arbor Day Tree Planting At Green Wood
Friday, April 26 at 4:45pm — Industry City — 500 25th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11232
The Green-Wood Historic Fund invites you to help us plant trees in Green-Wood for Arbor Day. It’s a great opportunity to get your hands dirty and plant a tree. The tree you plant during this event may provide shade and oxygen for your great-grandchildren someday! Green-Wood’s professional horticulture staff will be on hand to guide and help you through the process. Green-Wood, Nature, and You! Be sure to bring work gloves (available at most local hardware stores) and wear clothes that you don't mind getting dirty. Free to attend, but space is limited. Please register using the Eventbrite box below. Please check in at Green-Wood's Gothic Arches main entrance. Click here for our inclement weather policy. This event is part of a program this is sponsored by a generous grant from The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation’s Urban and Community Forestry Grant Program.
Trendy Tuesdays At Juicy Box
Tuesday, April 23 at 6:00pm — The Juicy Box Flatbush — 2281 Nostrand Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11210
Free Entry Healthy Drinks/ Smoothies Vegan Options on Menu Hookah Happy HR 6pm-8pm Drink Specials Including $25 Rum Punch Pitchers All Night‼️ Live Performances Music By DJ Thematics & DJ Burnout!!
Bareburger Beer Dinner
Tuesday, April 23 at 7:30pm — 149 Court St Downtown Brooklyn — 149 Court Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Get ready for a 5 Course Dinner featuring a special menu by Bareburger and beer pairings from Toppling Goliath Brewery!
Open Mic Night @ The Slope Lounge
Thursday, April 25 at 8:00pm — The Slope Lounge and Restaurant South Slope — 837 Union Street, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Open mic night is Thursdays at TSL. Come with your voice, instrument or just you! No cover.
Gotham Greens Observation Deck Tour
Wednesday, April 24 at 6:00pm — Gotham Greens Gowanus South Slope — 214 3rd St, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Each week we offer free tours from our observation deck outside our Gowanus greenhouse where you can learn more about sustainable urban agriculture and taste our products. Please arrive prior to 6 PM. Our greenhouse is located on the roof of Whole Foods Market in Gowanus. Once you enter the store, please head upstairs towards the Roof Cafe. Our entrance will be on the left. Please note that these tours take place outside, weather permitting. See you soon! #RoofToTable
Plant Based Cooking Made Easy
Thursday, April 25 at 7:00pm — Yondu Culinary Studio Financial District — 254 Front Street, New York, NY 10038
Discover simple ways to bring plant-rich meals into your weekly home cooking with the help of Yondu! To start, our chefs will demonstrate foundational tips and tricks to getting delicious vegetarian dishes on your table every night using a variety of vegetables and our savory seasoning, Yondu. The hands-on portion of our workshop will allow you to apply your new learnings to simple and nutrient-rich cooking by following our recipes using vegetables, grains and meatless protein. The workshop will conclude with a vibrant family-style dinner (prepared by you!) and paired with local beer, wine and non-alcoholic refreshments. *Please note, we do not allow outside alcoholic beverages.
2019 Viticulture Classes All 7 Classes (Discounted!)
Saturday, April 27 at 10:00am — Rooftop Reds Navy Hill — 299 Sands St, Bldg 275, Brooklyn, NY 11205
CLASSES NORMALLY $55 PER CLASS We are so lucky to pair with Stephen this upcoming season and bring our second year of viticulture classes to Rooftop Reds. Stephen is the owner of Long Island Vine Care and he is going to be teaching the classes right here on the rooftop. The goal of these classes are to expand one's appreciation and depth of knowledge for wine education. Stephen will guide students through each aspect of vineyard management to show the overall process of the final product- wine! These classes are for everyone because we will start from the very beginning such as: grapevine history and move through the process ending at wine making basics. This order includes all of these classes: April 27th Class one: Grapevine History Early cultivation, grape varieties, Jefferson and the beginning of American wine, and the pop cultures affects on drinking trends. May 11th Class Two: Plant Physiology Fundamentals of pruning, trellis system, grafting and propagation, photosynthesis, plant hormones and translocation of elements. June 15th Class Three: Grape Varieties Hybrid, "noble" varieties, native varieties, and exploring why some varieties thrive in certain locations around the world. July 13th Class Four: Site Selection Micro-climate, choosing the right variety, effects of shading, soil health, frost and other weather events. We will also talk about wine style and quality. August 17th Class Five: Vineyard Pests Humidity and rot disease, viruses and bacterial disorders. Pests, such as rabbits, deer, birds, etc. September 14th Class Six: Wine Regions Defining terroir, and comparing the same variety grown in different climates. October 12th Class Seven: Wine Making White, Rose, red fermentation science, yeast, tannin, carbonic maceration, aging and cellaring, pH, etc. How all of these elements relate back to how the grapes we're grown and the effect of the weather of that particular vintage. Normally $385, only $308 when purchased together!
Paint, Sip, and Taste
Saturday, April 27 at 5:30pm — 247 Water St Downtown Brooklyn — 247 Water Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Come enjoy a evening of painting, sipping on the favorite drink of your choice and trying out some sweet and savory Treats!