PLAN DATE: FRI / SEP. 21
A new addition to the neighborhood, Misi is a modern Italian eatery that specializes in all things pasta. Seriously, whether you want something like spaghetti with fennel pesto, bigoli with pork sugo and nutmeg, or chickpea pappardelle, chef Missy Robbins will do your palate proud. With a glassed-in pasta room where you can watch the homemade goods go from dough to whoa, you’ll no doubt appreciate the overall modern aesthetic, its mostly white-and-black patterns, and the indoor trees offering a subtly organic touch. Plus, you know it’s good because the people behind this place also run Lilia.
Next, head to TBA Brooklyn for some live music and some laid-back ambiance. With glowing black and blue walls (literally) highlighting unique shapes and scribbles, this former garage isn’t your average late night club. With a leftover industrial feel, relaxed vibes, and an intimately sized space, TBA Brooklyn attracts equally chill/avant musicians, locally or otherwise. It also doesn’t hurt that they make some mean craft drinks, like the gin and cucumber-based T-Rex and the lemony bourbon and Redbull-based Subvert.
Dinner, Music, Drinks
329 Kent Avenue, Brooklyn
idk tip: Drink-wise, they’re all about the wine, so we recommend the Marko Fon for a white sauce dish and the Costa Graia for a red.
395 Wythe Avenue, Brooklyn
idk tip: If you get lost, look for the building with a giant mural coated in a bunch of people staring up at the sky (it’s not hard to miss).