Wednesday, Oct. 1, 6pm
Celebrate Oktoberfest with a feast in Brooklyn prepared by the Backyard Cooking Company (whose chef is a winner of Brooklyn's very own Great Hot Dog Cookoff) and Peck's (another local food purveyor). Enjoy a menu of pickles, German style potato salad, pretzel bread, warm sauerkraut, grilled bratwurst, and apple cider donuts. And, of course, you'll need a Brooklyn Brewery brews to wash it all down. For more information and tickets, click here.
Thursday, Oct. 2, 3:30pm
Head over to the Project EATS farm stand to grab some fresh produce. Project EATS works with working class communities to create local jobs, and provide healthy food education through operating urban farms and farm stands within the community. This farm stand will be a part of the Brookyn Museum's upcoming exhibition, 'Crossing Brooklyn: Art from Bushwick, Bed-Stuy, and Beyond' (which opens Oct. 3). For more information, click here.
Friday, Oct. 3-12, 4pm (Thurs/Fri) & 12pm (Sat/Sun)
This year will mark the very 1st Oktoberfest tent set up for over 700 people. It will include authentic furniture, liter steins, and an ‘Oompah band stage’, all right on the East River. There will be live music, carts selling food from gingerbread to pork shank, great beers, and a German speaking staff, all in Lederhosen. For more information and tickets, click here.
Sunday, Oct. 5, 12pm
LocalBozo.com will be presenting this 'bottomless brunch-inspired tasting event' (you had us at bottomless brunch...). For $40 you can consume unlimited local craft beers (from Alphabet City Brewing Co & Blue Point), cocktails (including a Bloody Mary bar), and tastings from some of the city's best brunch spots. If you haven't managed to fill up, you can head to the after party at Pig 'N Whistle for drink specials for Brunch Bash guests. For more information, click here. *Note- at the time of the draft this event was almost sold out, in which case you can put your name on the wait list.*