PLAN DATE: WEDS / APR. 11
Some restaurants pair food with wine, some with desserts, and some simply with high hopes—but Devour Hour pairs their food with some of New York City’s most acclaimed local comics. What’s more is that the food is completely free of charge. Each month there’s a different theme – check out their calendar to see when the next show is (and what you’ll be devouring).
After the show, head over to Rucola for some authentic, farm-to-table Italian cuisine. Everything from their fried quail appetizers to the crispy polenta and monkfish with manila clams and charred leeks, the flavors in this Northern Italian-inspired trattoria are complemented by its simplistic and charming rustic layout, with glass bottle chandeliers, wooden banquet tables, bricks walls, and dark shiplap ceilings.
46 3rd Avenue, Brooklyn
idk tip: Keep an eye out for future shows, as the food options range everywhere from chocolate to mac & cheese to dumplings every second Wednesday of the month.
190 Dean Street, Brooklyn
idk tip: Try their chocolate pudding—which isn’t as boring as it sounds, given the addition of sea salt and olive oil. We recommend pairing it up with one of their after dinner drinks.