24/Seven

Thursday, March 31, 2011

Nightlife

Strippers and tigers and risotto, oh my!

Brooklynites will no longer have to choose between their adult entertainment and their pasta puttanesca. Comment.
Nightlife

‘Ed Sullivan on Acid’ returns — to the new Freddy’s

This show is a real trip. Comment.
Nightlife

Two great things — beer and adoptable pets — come together at the Bell House

If you like Sweet Action and puppies, you’ll find yourself in good company at the Bell House this month. Comment.
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Playing all night — and the music’s all right! Mama’s got a squeezebox, Daddy never sleeps at night

It’s his birthday, and he’ll have accordions if he wants to. Comment.
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Honky tonk man! Jonny Corndawg begins month-long residency at Brooklyn Bowl

It wasn’t the rich music scene or allure of Williamsburg that pulled Jonny Corndawg out of the South — he moved from Nashville to New York for a girl. Comment.
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Finally, bikes, babes, beer and burlesque — all in one place

This burlesque show really shifts gears. Comment.
Dining

Loreley hosts a real sausage festival this week

ItSausage festival at Loreley Williamsburg [64 Frost St. at Meeker Avenue in Williamsburg, (718) 599-0025], Jan. 26-30. Plates $16-$38. With Bill Carney Comment.
Dining

Ox Cart Tavern a welcome addition to Ditmas Park

Fans of Ditmas Park’s Pomme de Terre may have rejoiced when a veteran of that kitchen took over the Newkirk Avenue spot earlier this fall. But don’t expect the same experience at the new Ox Cart Tavern. Comment.

Monday, March 28, 2011

Dining

Inside Brooklyn’s underground foodie scene

The secret’s out. Comment.

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