Brooklyn never left, of course. I did, but I'm coming back this fall and in the meantime, I want to go ahead and get the weekly meetup rolling at a ... slightly less than weekly pace. So how about this Saturday, the 16th, we all come on down to commonwealth; a "pretty decent bar" in the south slope, at 4pm or so? [more inside]
For those who want a weeknight option instead of/in addition to all the weekend meetups we've been having lately.
They've got a variety of draft beers, and a menu of both meat and vegan sausages and sides. Fries and pretzel sticks also good for nomming. Edit: Accidentally posted this for Thursday when I meant to do Wednesday. Fixed now!
Sorry for the late post! I hope to see y'all Thursday evening.
It's back to my neck of the woods this week, as I'm recovering from a pretty gnarly back injury, and I'm trying to keep my travel to a minimum. (Next week we'll venture forth again!)
To quote 1970s Antihero: "Let's meet up and drink beers. Because we're adults and we can."
Edit: We are decamping to one stop beer shop on Kingsland to avoid the open mic here at Boulevard. One more in my new neighborhood before I acquiesce and choose a Manhattan location for next week. I'm setting the starting time for this one at 7, since I'll be coming from work, but I can change it to 6:30pm if others want to start without me.
As discussed at the Keg & Lantern meetup: I'm resurrecting the weekly meetup. This time, it's on Wednesday.
Weekly meetup! Lives again? [more inside]
I'm thinking I, and probably others, would enjoy an immediate post-Thanksgiving meet-up, to do some social stretching for those of us cooped up the days prior. [more inside]
I've come to realize I'm not the only aimless Brooklyn mefite when it comes to Halloween this year. Perhaps there are more! This is a hybrid meetup, but that's not an option in the drop-down. Movie + drinks! And candy! [more inside]
Heading back to the Soda Bar. Mainly because I want to go back to the book store across the street. I am willing to listen to suggestions on this one for location. Date is fixed, Wednesday is Secret Science Club.
There is nothing wrong with your web browser. Do not attempt to reload this page. I control the time and the place of this meetup. If I wish to make it earlier I will change the time. You are about to experience a beer hall in Northern Brooklyn. [more inside]
Brooklyn again. Manhattan people get to travel. [more inside]
We're in Brooklyn this week. Manhattan people get to travel. Outside if it's nice, inside of it's not. [more inside]
It's nice (and steamy) outside and it's time to head back to the 4th Ave Pub and eat all the free popcorn your drunk butt can carry down the stairs to the backyard.
I see the darling rope-rider is on hiatus for a bit and I forecast myself wanting a beer on Wednesday. Perhaps others have a similar drink outlook. Someone else at the last meetup suggested 61 Local, so maybe let's try that? Open to venue change if that's really inconvenient for people or if people are afraid of change.
4th Ave Pub
Lucky 13 Saloon
B-A-N-A-N-A-S [more inside]
Have a beard? Want a beard? Want to show off your beard while someone throws popcorn at your face (consensually)? Then this meetup is for you! (Non-beardeds welcome as well).
Weekly. jUKEBOX CONTEST
There's live band karaoke until 9 or so, so let's go to that and then convene at Soft Spot. Thanks to Ragged Richard for the suggestion!
61 Local. Hope it is great! This is NOT A THANKSGIVING MEETUP! We are thankful for NOTHING! (We are nihilists.)
The weather at the 4th Ave Pub better be good OR ELSE
Everyone who comes is going to get the chance to win local Metafilter office. DON'T MISS OUT [more inside]
It's been quite a week! Let's drink it out on Saturday at the 4th Ave Pub at 5pm on Saturday. I will also be at the Brooklyn Inn tonight (Thursday) at 8pm but I'm not sure anyone will see this by then!
Don't worry, we're not going to check your records. Just don't sneeze on the popcorn! At the ever-present 4th Ave Pub.
It's been a week. The 4th Ave Pub. Not really sure what a declarative sentence is. English education woefully lacking.
What is popcorn? What is dinner? What is Part II? What does it all mean? How awesome is the 4th Ave Pub? And why is this description entirely composed of questions?
This week's meetup completely slipped my mind. Perhaps all those Cosmonauts gave me Space Amnesia. No fear, faithful friends (and new friends to be!), the meetups continue at the ever-lovely 4th Ave Pub next
Wednesday Thursday, the 13th. See you there!
this meetup is at the 4th ave pub. There will be a mystery door prize. I can't tell you what it is, because it is a mystery. SPOOKY? PERHAPS
Barcade. I know you all had good suggestions for other bars, so shoot some of those my way when you get the chance, okay? Okay!
Besides that nasty olive flavored beer, everything about the 4th Ave Pub is amazing and wonderful and superlative. Even the popcorn. Especially the popcorn.
It is at Barcade which is a bar and an arcade. Together. As one. It's all very romantic.
A backyard, beer, and August. What could possibly go wrong? At the 4th Ave Pub.
It's time to throw the North Brooklynites a bone! Barcade. Come on down! Or...up. Whichever.
At the good old 4th Ave Pub
Boxcar Lounge, which is open at 2pm when all reasonable people start drinking
At the 4th Avenue pub, which has an outside and popcorn! Yay!
OK it's a meetup. We will have a SURPRISE GUEST FROM EUROPE! WOW! [more inside]
There is a birthday and by request, we'll be at Barcade Williamsburg!
FINALLY. We go outside to embrace the
smog sunshine and fresh air.
Bring a major life decision and we will help you make it for the low price of 5¢. Grants available for demonstrated need. At the Brooklyn Inn.
Has nothing to do with sunsets, but I'll be damned if I leave without some tequila. At the lovely Brooklyn Inn.
The Brooklyn Inn. This time I would love it if everyone whose name starts with a T would bring their duck. Thank you.
The Brooklyn Inn. Everyone welcome! We love new people! There is great takeout in the neighborhood and they are fine with us bringing in our own food.
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