Soul Cycle Does Farmers Market Tours
Every Saturday after 8:30am class
Uber popular indoor-cycling studio SoulCycle Union Square now has weekly tours of the Union Square Greenmarket, led by instructor Laurie Cole. Tours are complimentary to all SoulCycle riders, and will be available through Memorial Day weekend. You don’t have to attend the early class to take the tour, but I feel like that would be awkward to just show up in your sundress when everyone else is all sweaty.
To be honest, classes tend to sell out an hour after being posted on Monday, so this is more of a suggestion for next weekend.
Why? Because you can feel extra smug perusing the GreenMarket after sweating it out in a spinning class.
Sign up here.
FAIR Cocktail Crawl in Williamsburg
Sunday, May 22nd, 5-9pm
FAIR, which makes fair trade vodka and liqueurs, starts its new series, ”Wake Up The World ! Cocktail Crawl” that will pop into different neighborhoods of New York City this weekend. Their first conscious crawl is in Williamsburg this weekend.
Accomplished bartenders will shake up cocktail creations at bars like Dram, Dressler, Hotel Delmano, Huckleberry, and The Drink while raising funds to increase access to Fair Trade for farmers around the globe.
Why? Because we ask that you please drink socially responsibly.
Meet at Dram, 177 South 4th Street, Brooklyn
RSVP on Facebook.
3rd Ward’s Annual Birthday BBQ
May 21, 2 pm – 8pm
3rd Ward is celebrating its 5th birthday! Swing by for live music, delicious BBQ, cheap summer drinks, free educational workshops, and some rad bike-themed entertainment.
Come early for deliciously innovative eats from Chef Eric Sherman. (Click here for menu.)
Bonus! Join 3rd Ward at its opening-day prices — the lowest member rates ever. You can save over $1,000.
Why: Because interesting things happen at 3rd Ward parties.
This and every Saturday, 9am-5pm
Brooklyn Flea’s culinary extravaganza showcases more than 100 local vendors, as well as Greenmarket farmers like Hudson Valley Duck and Ronnybrook Farm Dairy. Find The Stand syrups, King’s Crumb fried chicken biscuits, and sesame noodles from Shorty Tang & Sons.
Why? Because there can never be too many local food fairs.
27 N. 6th St., at Kent Ave., Williamsburg.