Angelique kicks off the 18-day brewhaha that is Oktoberfest with autumn-friendly beers like Bell’s Hop Slam Ale, Brooklyn Brew Oktoberfest and Harpoon Octoberfest, plus plates of Beer Battered Kielbasa. And Tuesday through Saturday, the beers are two for $8.
Things to do for September 17, 2010
Kielbasa, the NFL and Massive Burgers
The weekend is waiting for you.
Gratis Cocktails at Buck 15
The lounge above Miss Yip has rebooted with a slew of weekday parties (Hip-Hop Tuesdays, Reggae Wednesdays, Eighties Saturdays), and if you dine at Miss Yip and then venture upstairs, you’ll get a round of drinks on the house. No word on Polka Fridays.
Soyka Gets Joe Allen’d
You remember Soyka. It used to be your go-to back in the day. And now that they’ve added the former Joe Allen chef, you’ll want to head back there for huge dishes of Osso Buco and Linguine and Mussels. Unless of course you never stopped going. Then just keep going.
Game Day at the Clevelander
When it comes to watching the NFL, your needs are simple: a big flat-screen, a cold beer and a swarm of models in bikinis playing volleyball nearby. You’ll find all three (plus $10 pitchers of Bud and 50-cent wings) at the Clevelander this Sunday and every NFL game day after that.
Racks has reintroduced their Wednesday deal. You can grab a Harris Ranch Burger for $5 (with toppings like avocado, blue cheese and mushrooms) and add a cocktail for $5 and spicy fries for $2. Much better use of $12 than the new Yanni album.