PLAN DATE: FRI / MAR. 9
Start your night at Ltauha, Ridgewood’s neighborhood burger joint. Tucked between storefronts on Myrtle Avenue, this hidden gem has a family friendly atmosphere and consistently delicious food—no surprise, as the owners come from DuMont and LES hotspot Stanton Social, so their burger game is strong.
Once you’ve polished off the last of your fries, check out Indoors at Nowadays, an everyday getaway that begins each night as a communal dining room before morphing into a dancehall. The indoor space has been designed with audiophiles in mind, and Indoors is truly an audiophile’s playground. The 5,000 square-foot warehouse bar has dance floors, vinyl records and space for quiet listening, strategy board games, and even offers a class on Stranger Things. Come early, and stay late at this sound playground—during the week, they’re open until 2 a.m, Friday and Saturdays until 4 a.m., and Sundays until 11.
Dinner, Dancing, Drinks
Fun, Exploratory, Adventurous
55-50 Myrtle Avenue, Queens
idk tip: We won’t say that brunch is a game changer here, but if you like the classics—egg benny’s, steak and potatoes, french toast—and you like them done well, come to Ltauha for a standout brunch.
Indoors at Nowadays
56-06 Cooper Avenue, Ridgewood
idk tip: Check out Planetarium on Sundays, where you can bring pillows, blankets, and sleeping bags and get cozy on the floor while listening to a curated five-hour soundtrack.