Last week, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema opened a multiplex in Downtown Brooklyn, equipped with seven theaters and a menu filled with cocktails, beers and meals. This will be the first New York theater to open under the Texas-based chain. Alamo Drafthouse allows moviegoers to dine on anything from classic movie snacks, like popcorn and nachos, to full-on entreès, like mac and cheese and tasty flatbread sandwiches. The dinner-and-movie combination is a perfect time-saver, especially for the busy New Yorker.
If you’re looking to get into the Fall spirit before the holidays roll through, Loreley Beer Garden is hosting a festival packed full of craft beers, hard cider and pumpkin ale. Loreley welcomes groups, both big and small, to the Craft Beer & Cider Fest this weekend at their location in the Lower East Side.
In the age of the Internet, anything can be delivered to your doorstep. That includes a whole new wardrobe. Websites like Stitch Fix and Rent the Runway have stylists on board to help you create and re-create a perfect look for any season or occasion. Sometimes it’s hard to keep up with all the latest trends, especially in a fashion-saavy place like New York. Stitch Fix sets users up with a stylist who sends recommended clothes, shoes and accessories based on personalized preferences. It’s a neat little tool for those with little shopping time.