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Manhattanites trek to post-industrial Greenpoint for a night out at Glasserie

Dining: The most surprising thing about Glasserie does not have to do with the inventive menu or carefully designed dining room. No, the biggest stand-out when I arrived was how many suit-and-tie-wearing Manhattanites were eating dinner on a deserted stretch of Greenpoint waterfront. I figured that, whatever it was that brought these well-heeled types out to dine in a former glass factory, it must have been good. Comments (9)
Greenpoint: “If you ladies leave my island,” an instructor might say at the upcoming intensive craft training, “If you survive my training, you will be a minister of craft praying for yarn.” Comments (19)

Editor’s picks: What to do this weekend

Art: Stumped about where to go for a good time this week? Don’t worry, The Brooklyn Paper has you covered. Comment

All the right notes! Ditmas Park pub-guitar store strikes a chord

Art: Brooklyn is already home to a combination yoga studio and bar, a bike shop that doubles as a boozy cafe, and Barcade, but it turns out it was missing a place where guitar lovers could shop vintage axes while pouring back pints. Comments (9)

Bartoonist wants a whiskey soda, hold the soda

Bar Scrawl: The wings at the Whiskey Soda Lounge are amazing, but the namesake drink gets the ratios wrong, according to our cartooning bar critic. Comment

Manhattan Beach is the next stop for Broadway queen Faith Prince

Art: Broadway queen Faith Prince has conquered the stage and screen — and now she is set to wow audiences at Kingsborough Community College with her one-woman show. Comment

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