Discussion in 'Dates to Remember' started by KTSmith, Jan 30, 2017.
I highly recommend going to the Brooklyn Brewery.
My wife menti9ned the same thing
Oslo has the best coffee in Brooklyn.
Looks like she's full up.
Yeah, I missed the cut too. I'm on the waiting list.
Where do I eat though?
Plenty of good eats nearby!
Don't most breweries have restaurants now?
I need names damn you! I don't care about your oat sodas
Try their lager then. Pre-prohibition style like it is SUPPOSED TO TASTE.
Or just grab a Brooklyn hipster by the shirt and scare the bajesus out of him til he tells you good places to eat.
The best place for a coffee is a barber shop up the street from the brewery. But there's also Blue Bottle closer to it.
No sleep till brooklyn!! I'm very excited for this event in other words. Sorry I think I slid in that final spot to top off the class there @treehumper . If you can forgive me and let me come film the holy oak removal I'll make it up to you with some righteous shots! That is if I'm not too late!?
You're on! We can discuss the detail later. Late April is the time frame so block that week out!
Oh yeah! We have a few events in between then, so we can catch up in reality, not in internet land.
We'll be at NJISA in AC in March.
Well it snuck right up didn't it.Tomorow can't come quick enough. I herd there might be a guy with a chainsaw arm there...So im excited as ever.
Ahhhh.. yes. Damn get some pics or vids will ya!? Sorry we didn't have much chance to chat at AC. Enjoy the day!
That was a great workshop! Meeting Kevin was very enjoyable, and humbling. The Brooklyn Botanic Garden was gorgeous, and hearing from the three in house arbo's; Chris, Alec, and Travis, about their work was really special. And the second day we went to green wood cemetary, we met the crew there and the head arbo joe showed us around which...talk about humbling. It is a magnificent place, huge beautiful trees. It is an arboretum, and visitation is encouraged. I also met arbor patrol and treetopflyer in person. A lot of great info, ideas, and discussion. There weren't just smelly treeguys either. There were some residents from the neighborhood too.
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