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BBP Concessions: Somethings Old; Something Moved; Somethings New; Somethings Gone

Brooklyn Bridge Park announced a lineup of concessionaires for the Park this coming spring and summer. Returning to Pier 1 will be the Brooklyn Bridge Wine Bar and Blue Marble Ice Cream. Calexico Carne Asada (photo), which was missing last summer, will return, but to a new location, the Main and Plymouth streets entrance to […]

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“Sunset Soca” at Pier 1 Tonight

The Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy is holding its annual summer kick-off party tonight from 6:00 to 9:00 at Pier 1. Sunset Soca promises “a hot, hot, hot evening of tropical tunes, dancing, sizzling Caribbean food, and revelry for all ages.” More info follows the jump.

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Volleyball, Good Eats on Pier 6 Starting This Weekend; Pier 1 Vendors Back

If this is the time of year that your fancy turns to beach volleyball, you’re in luck, as the three courts on Pier 6, Brooklyn Bridge Park, will open this Saturday, May 28. If you don’t know a serve from a spike, there are still new things to enjoy. According to the Park’s website, in […]

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Brooklyn Bridge Park “Spring Fling” Saturday, April 23

The annual “Spring Fling,” presented by the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy, in partnership with Brooklyn Bridge Park, will be held on Pier 1 on Saturday, April 23, from 10:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m., rain or shine. It’s free.

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Ditch Plains Drop-In at Pier 1 Re-Opens This Weekend

Ditch Plains Drop-In, the popular food vendor located near the entrance to Pier 1 of Brooklyn Bridge Park, will re-open this weekend after a winter recess. According to Eater, “[t]hey’ll be serving sandwiches, hot dogs, ice cream, and kid-friendly lunch boxes.” Photo by MK Metz, from McBrooklyn.

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Pier 1 Food and Drink Vendors Announced

The four food and drink vendors for the Pier 1 portion of Brooklyn Bridge Park have been announced. Of the two most ballyhooed applicants, one, Blue Marble Ice Cream, made the cut, but Red Hook Lobster Pound didn’t. Other winners are: Manhattan-based Ditch Plains, which describes itself as a “New York-style fish shack”; Carroll Gardens’ […]

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