The in-ciderBy Bill RoundyBrooklyn Paper Share on TwitterTweetShare on FacebookSubscribe Bad Seed Brooklyn Taproom [585 Franklyn Ave. between Pacific Street and Atlantic Avenue in Crown Heights, (718) 975–0690, www.badseedhardcider.com]. Open Wed–Sun, 2 pm–midnight; Mon–Tue, closed. Send a Letter to the Editor
Hungry movie-goers will discover the answer to that question seven times over at a special screening of the crime thriller “Seven” at Alamo Drafthouse on Jan. 30. While watching the 1995 film about a serial killer who gruesomely bumps off those guilty of the Seven Deadly Sins, viewers can indulge in a seven-course “mystery meal,” delivered in seven cardboard boxes reminiscent of the one in the film’s infamous final scene.
Go from happy hour to happy little trees! A Williamsburg bar known for its skee-ball league is celebrating the fine arts! For the next two Mondays, the Full Circle Bar will host “The Joy of Painting and Drinking with Bob Ross,” inviting locals to paint happy little trees while they sip on adult beverages. The popular painting event started at Full Circle’s sister spot in Austin, Texas, said the bar’s co-owner. “I knew it would work well here,” said Eric Pavony.
@ErikaMoen I review bars, and there are definitely nights when I think “ugh, I don’t WANNA go out and drink cocktails tonight.” Fortunately, this feeling is usually cured by going out and having a cocktail.
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Selecting a term
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