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Day Plan #001: July 27-28, 2019

Written by: Vungelia, Product Support at Noofood, Galaxy Enthusiast and Pun Appreciator.

 
 

Cheers to the Dogs of Brooklyn 🍻

Brooklyn is going boozy with this day plan full of beer, more beer, the occasional market, and always dogs.

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  1. Stop 1: Brooklyn Brewery

    TLDR: Dogs and drinks. Let’s do it.

    Rundown: Brooklyn Brewery lets leashed dogs into their tasting room for no cover charge. They open at noon on weekends, so make your way to 11th street in the afternoon

    Tips and reminders:

    • The brewery doesn’t offer full meals for food, but offers some basic snacks. If you head over on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday though, you may catch one of the local food trucks they work with. They post their food truck schedule on their social media pages

    • You can, however, bring in outside food - just no outside drinks

    • No open-toed or high heels shoes are allowed, so keep it comfortable

    • And obviously, bring your ID

  2. Stop 2: Artists & Fleas - WILLIAMSBURG, 70 North 7th St.

    TLDR: Catch this flea market, which is totally free for the public and dog-friendly

    Rundown: The market’s open on Saturdays and Sundays from 10am-7pm. It’s only a few minute walk from Brooklyn Brewery if you’re planning on doing them back to back

    Tips and reminders: 

    • Street parking’s available, but might be hard to come by since it’s a high traffic area

    • Most merchants accept credit card, cash and venmo 

    • We’ve visited and most things at the market run between $10-$500, so there’s something for everyone

    • In case you missed food trucks at the brewery, the flea market sells hot dogs and some prepackaged snacks

  3. Stop 3: Lucky Dog @303 Bedford Ave Brooklyn, NY

    TLDR: Most dog-friendly pub ever. Dogs are encouraged to join and actually take a seat at a stool. 

    Rundown: This highly rated, dog-friendly pub is right down Bedford. They’ve got games and a backyard for some open air. 

    Tips and reminders:

    • They flip between a juke box and live music - a big selection

    • It’s known for their awesome selection of beers, so bring your ID

    • They don’t have a website, but you can find them on Facebook for more info

If you want to do all 3 in one day, here’s a map on how best to make your way through Brooklyn.

  • Start at BK Brewery, take Whythe Ave towards 11th St to get to Artists & Fleas, then take N 7th St to Bedford, turn right on Bedford until you hit Lucky Dog between 1st & 2nd St.

If not, break them up into multiple outings or save them for another weekend.