Some people in the city are already heading back to school, but as long as there’s a BBQ, it’s summer somewhere. Case in point, this weekend Gun Hill Brewery and The Bronx Women’s Photo Collective (BWPC) are lighting up their grills and invite you to share experiences in the arts as the brewery hosts live reggae, while BWPC is offering wine and feedback to practicing photographers who share their work. Continue.. Read More
Throggs Neck Restaurant Week (TNRW) is back for the second time this year and we can’t think of a better way to start closing out summer-sixteen. It’s been a season of green markets, beer-bq’s, upstate vegan adventures, and down-home cooking in our own kitchens. But we’re still hungry for more meals and memories. If you are too, check out the full line-up of businesses offering lunch and dinner discounts for Throggs Neck.. Read More
A South Bronx warehouse will be the location of The Bronx’s first food hall and market, similar to the Gansevoort Market in the Meatpacking District and the Chelsea Market. The ‘Bruckner Market’ is being built by developer Keith Rubenstein, who is also developing a residential complex across the street from the new market. Plans are still being finalized, but, according to The Real Deal, Rubenstein says he “envisions a fresh food market, food.. Read More
“The Bronx Brewery & Brut Catering presents the 1st annual Backyard Beer-B-Q. On July 31st, we will be serving up some delicious brews & eats. In addition to our year round and seasonal pale ales, we’ll be pouring our limited B-Side brew, Boom Boom White IPA and our newly developed Barrel Reserve, Red, White & Boom. Brut catering will be serving up some tasty BBQ with offerings such as pulled pork, bacon wrapped jalapeno peppers, Rye Ale brined chicken, cotija style corn on the cob, watermelon feta salad and much more.” -The Bronx Brewery
Live music with Brian Ripps, Jasper Lewis, Heidi Merrill, and Amity & 12th.
When: Sunday, July 31, 2016 from 1:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Where: The Bronx Brewery – 856 East 136th Street, Bronx, NY 10454
Price: $50- $65
Click here to purchase tickets.
In a perfect world, we’d all eat for free. But the next best thing to free food is food for less than what you’d probably find digging in the pockets of your old jeans. The Bronx might have a rich history as the last home of Edgar Allan Poe, the birthplace of hip-hop, and the home of NYC’s better Little Italy, but the borough is also a cheap-eats haven. Regardless what.. Read More
Snap Dogs aren’t your standard wieners, which means celebrating National Hot Dog Day calls for more than just a free frank.
For National Hot Dog Day July 23, Snap Dog is giving away a FREE pair of Chuck Taylor sneakers branded with their art.
To win the custom kicks, enter on Instagram. Contest ends July 23 11:59pm.
On 138th street, between Willis Avenue and Alexander Avenue, a string of vendors have laid out farm-picked herbs and vegetables, and baked goods. Even if they can’t tell the difference between broccoli rabe and callaloo amaranth, the bright greens and reds are enough to attract passersby’s to further inspect the tables and crates under the tents at the South Bronx Farmer’s Market. The market is only in its third year, but it opened.. Read More
We hope you kept your calendars clear for this weekend because there is a full line-up of events that request your presence. Saturday, Gun Hill Brewery is calling all foodies and meatatarians with a pig roast that has our mouths watering already. South Bronx Unite will also be throwing down a BBQ at their waterfront celebration recognizing the efforts of the community to build bridges to the public waterfront. On Saturday.. Read More