Celebrate the start of Oktoberfest with an awesome kick-off party at Loreley Williamburg September 17th (3pm). Supporting Munich tradition, Brooklyn Borough Preseident Marty Markowitz will tap a (free) keg of HB Oktoberfest beer and guests will receive one free half-liter mug of beer until it runs out. Talk about a party!
Soak up some of that beer with some traditional spanferkel ($19), a suckling roasted pig, accompanied by mashed potatoes and red cabbage. There will also be nine different types of sausage and platters will be available with 3, 5, 7, or 9 varieties ($16-$33). DJ Volka Racho will be spinning tunes for your enjoyment, as well.
Looking to support some of Brooklyn's restaurants and even your favorite local hidden treasures? Well starting March 15th, you can! Dine In Brooklyn, brought to us by Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz, starts March 15th and goes on until March 25th, and you will not believe the deals they are giving us.
Brunch and lunch are $20.10 and dinner is $25, all prices include three courses. Neighborhoods all around Brooklyn are participating, from Sheepshead Bay, to Bay Ridge, to DUMBO, to Williamsburg, and everything in between. Participating restaurants include The River Café, Petit Oven, Bacchus, al di la Trattoria, Blue Ribbon and Blue Ribbon Sushi, baci & abbracci, Giando on the Water, Waterfront Ale House, and dozens others.