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The best LGBT things to do in Brooklyn this week

Queer Nights Out

The best LGBT things to do in Brooklyn this week

  1. Get a Regular Spot

    Head over to the Taproom At 642 Rogers Ave a welcoming taproom / tasting room where you can invite dates, friends and family for a drink knowing there is something just right for them. It’s always a welcoming feeling when the bartender knows your name, the owner shares a drink with you and recognizable faces show up at the end of the week to catch up.

  2. Explore Craft Beer

    Order a flight of various fruity craft beers, made on site. With a flair of flavors and aromas there’s nothing fruitier that playing around with alcohol and seasonal rainbow offerings. This summer Island to Island brewery is cracking open fruits you’ve never heard of to fruits that remind you of hots nights from your last Caribbean cruise.

  3. Disco Dance

    Rock out with DJ ANDRO NYC spinning tunes from the disco era to today’s top 40. Sing your heart out, tap your feet or get up and shake that ass. No one’s gonna judge you! You deserve to feel good in your own skin and music is a generous medium for self expression. Hey if you need the mic just ask the bartender.

  4. Unplug, Screen Off, Mingle

    People don’t talk anymore. Stupid-phones, social media and “CNAP SHAT” has everyone feeling lonely and forgotten. Did you know there are now classes about how to talk to people? The zen environment and plethora inebriating craft beers, cocktails and blended smoothies offered by the Taproom At 642 Rogers Ave will have you discussing topics of sex, money, politics and shared college friends with queer folk in no time.

  5. Hook Up Under The Stars

    Out in the Taproom’s beer garden, a 450 sq ft private courtyard, lounge in comfy recliners under mood lighting designed to make you forget all of the outside world. No other Brooklyn brewery has it’s own beer garden where you can dine on your favorite local eats and drink cold craft beers from the source. With all the fixings needed to set the mood, all you need to do is show up, buy a drink and be open to anything.

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