We’d like to thank all of our host locations for their kindness and for supporting the local food movement!
61 Bergen Street : Boerum Hill, Brooklyn
Tuesdays from 5:00pm – 8:00pm
61 Local is a public house in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn celebrating locally crafted food and the people who make it. They feature beer from Barrier (Long Island), Captain Lawrence (Westchester), Kelso (Brooklyn), Sixpoint (Brooklyn), and Victory (Pennsylvania ). Also on tap is BKKB Kambucha and Brooklyn Soda Works. Other neighborhood purveyors include SCRATChbread and Murray’s Cheese.
Brooklyn Farmacy and Soda Fountain
513 Henry St : Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn
Tuesdays from 6pm – 8pm
For years, the Vermont Pharmacy was a source of fascination and mystery to many residents of Carroll Gardens: boarded-up and neglected, it appeared as both a relic of a distant, more eccentric past and a monument to contemporary urban neglect. Restored with the help from Discovery Channel’s Construction Intervention, The Brooklyn Farmacy and Soda Fountain took residency in this old phramacy in 2010. Still retaining a look of nostalgia, there are McClure’s products lining the shelves, baskets of local, organic, and seasonal apples, a display case of natural, handmade soaps, and egg creams made behind the counter.
Proprietor Sean O’Rourke—who also co-runs Pencil Factory in Greenpoint, stakes this spinoff bar’s reputation on the microbrews and the craft ales. That means you’ll be glugging Smuttynose IPA, Blue Point Oatmeal Stout, or Sixpoint Righteous Rye on the dark, glossy wood seating or even nicer, the outdoor patio.
We also offer CSAs at the following places of work: R/GA, App Nexus, Liquidnet, and 500 5th Ave. We always welcome suggestions for workplace sites, so let us know if you have any ideas.