Famed restaurateur Michael Callahan and chef Charlie Statelman focus on local, seasonal fare at their recently opened bistro, Coco. Grub Crawlers will enjoy breakfast favorites—including a chorizo egg dish, quinoa porridge, special mimosas, and a DIY Bloody Mary Bar—then head next door to Coco 66 for live jazz and even more signature dishes.
Savor modern Mediterranean fare and riverside breezes at Brooklyn’s stunning waterfront space—formerly an industrial glass factory. Drop by Glasserie’s beautiful back patio to watch barmaster Matt Fogarty show you how to shake up a brand new cocktail, then head to the open kitchen for a butchery demo and family-style favorites from chef Tim Meyers.
Show off your shuffleboard skills while sipping craft ales at this bustling beer bar featuring The Red Hook Lobster Truck. With an inviting outdoor garden terrace and plenty of parlor games, the Greenpoint watering hole also offers a menu of charcuterie, bar snacks, and savory pies.
Settle in for a good ol’ time at this seasonal new American eatery, which emphasizes local produce and vegetables. Crawlers can savor craft cocktails and wine while listening to Alameda chef-owner Nick Padilla and Annie Novak from Eagle Street Rooftop Farm share insight into the restaurant, the farm, and how they work together from seed to table.
Get crackin’ during your stop at Manhattan Inn, which will host a traditional Maryland crab boil—complete with steamed potatoes, sausage, corn, and more! Grub Crawlers will be treated to an informal tutorial on how to break down and eat crabs, along with specialty cocktails, local beers, and live music by one of the restaurant’s favorite pianists.