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What to do in New York City.
Apr 3 '13

Eats, Beats & Treats: Volume 1

Not sure how to spend your Saturday night? No worries kids, we’ve got it all planned out for you. We chose a place for you to grab a bite, a sick show that you definitely don’t want to miss, and even a spot to hit up for some late night adventures - follow our guide for this Saturday and we guarantee you’ll have an awesome weekend.

Eats: Dokebi


Check out this Korean BBQ joint on Grand Street for mouth-watering pork belly tacos ($4) or some spicy tofu tacos ($3.50) for you vegetarians out there.

Beats: Cave Singers, Bleeding Rainbow


After dinner, head on over to Music Hall of Williamsburg for Seattle indie folk-rock group The Cave Singers. Their fourth album Naomi just came out last month and it’s an absolute must-listen.

Treats: Party Animal at Brooklyn Stable // Radegast Hall & Biergarten


If you’re still looking for a place to go after the show, check out Brooklyn Stable on Metropolitan Avenue - every Saturday they host parties with $8 beers and awesome DJ sets. This week’s event features DJ Wonder - it’s free if you’re on the guest list, or only $5 if you’re not!


Doesn’t sound like your thing? Try going to Radegast Hall & Biergarten for a couple of pints after the show. Radegast has the cozy atmosphere of an authentic German beer garden, right on N 3rd Street - did we mention they have a separate menu just for their sausage? 

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