This Week’s Greenpoint: Pride Brunch, Rooftop Gardening & More



Have a great weekend Greenpoint! Summer is in full swing, and a noisy weekend in nature awaits us.

We’ve rounded up some Brooklyn best mexican restaurantsand also reported that Smorgasburg returns to Williamsburg in the late Jane. Edy’s will place the popup Lebanese-Korean Pride Brunch this weekend! Proud is here all month, and many Greenpoint businesses are celebrating a new charitable initiative: Greenpoint Pride.

For green points that can’t wait to use their green fingers, we shared with local rooftop farmer Annie Novak. rooftop landscaping guide… More likely to see the fruits of another farmer’s labor? Domino Park Greenmarket returns this Sunday!

New graduates caught up in Greenpoint can also check out our new guide to postgraduate life in North Brooklyn

Constituency 33 voters You can also check out our Voter Guide for the Upcoming June 21st Primaries.

And, of course, be inspired by our Summer Fashion Sundae and see if your weekend is captured in our local photos.

Also in and around Greenpoint …

The first solo exhibition of local artist Nicholas D’Annunzio will take place at 23a Apollo Street on Saturday and Sunday from 12:00 to 20:00. The work is primarily a collection of brightly embroidered self-portraits and daring paintings.

WORD launched indie bingoto stimulate purchases at local Greenpoint businesses this summer.

An Eagle Scouting Squad removed the American site Greenpoint.

Brooklyn Magazine is hosting a market this weekend at The William Vale (111 N, 12th Street) from 11:00 to 18:00 on Saturday and Sunday.

Famous sushi restaurant Nami Nori plans second place in Williamsburg

Learn about history of Milton St.!

UPS store opens at 200 Franklin Street in a former home Antidote Apothecary


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