“Feast Bed-Stuy,” a local food and beverage crawl, returns this month to spotlight new businesses along a 10-block stretch of the area.
The event offers off-the-menu specials from eateries like Daddy Greens Pizza, Doc D’s Southern Desserts, and French bistro L’Antagoniste.
Tickets for the 4-hour tour cost $5, which will get you discounts and samples at participating venues.
The crawl kicks off at Daddy Greens and continues to Khemistry Bar, which is offering 30 percent off food items with a drink purchase.
Among the deals is a special $35 three-course prix fixe meal with wine at L’Antagoniste, and participants can end the night at local watering hole Casablanca Cocktail Lounge, where they can try Red Stripe Shandys for $5 and Dark and Stormy and Gold Rush Cocktails for $8 a piece.
The Malcolm X Boulevard event is the fourth in a series of block-by-block tours by Bridge Street Development Corporation meant to highlight Central Brooklyn as a culinary destination.
At a similar April crawl, nearly 100 residents stopped into eateries along Tompkins Avenue, organizers said.
“The block came alive with community residents eating, shopping and enjoying the assets of our community,” said Yvette Buckner, Bridge Street’s Director of Community Engagement.
“We are excited for this opportunity to bring that energy to Malcolm X Boulevard, while at the same time encouraging residents to shop locally more often and patronize these businesses again and again.”
Tickets to “Feast Bed-Stuy” are available through Bridge Street’s website. The food and drinks tour begins at 6 p.m. on June 2 at Daddy Greens.