A Day of Jewish Remembrance, All About Gin, Pizza with Baseball, + Lobster and Beer Party
The Ninth of Av (Tisha b'Av) is one of the saddest and most solemn days in the Hebrew calendar. It remembers the destruction of temples in Jerusalem and is often a day of fasting and mourning. Because Jewish teams up with the historic cemetery for an evening of prayer and rememnberance led by Rabbi Dan Ain and including live music, poetry readings, and a walk through some of the grounds.
When people say gin tastes like Christmas trees, then they haven't experienced the wide range of flavor possibilities in the often misunderstood spirit. Join Astor Center for a cocktail class and an exploration of different gin styles, its history, and classic cocktails that go further than your usual martini.
For one night, the Brooklyn Cyclones embrace more of its hometown pride by renaming themselves the Brooklyn Slices. They'll compete against the Myrtle Deep Dishers for a special pizza-themed baseball game. Buy tickets with a code from Scott's Pizza Tours to get some branded gear and meet Scott's team at the game for all the info on pizza you could imagine.
Hester Street Fair sure knows how to throw a party. They're getting some of the city's best lobster purveyors and beer producers together to relish in the height of summer. Come check out local artisans and get your lobster/beer pairing on with beer specials, lobster tacos, lobster rolls, and more