PLAN DATE: TUES / APR. 30
As soon as you walk into Sweet Science, you may have flashbacks to your commute due to their subway-inspired tiling. However, this is where the similarities to your MTA woes stop as the tiling is paired with a spacious bar, wood floor, and emerald accents for a quirky vibe. This restaurant is known for its juicy burgers, so you can’t go wrong diving into one of their hunks of meat. They also have Louisiana-style comfort food and creative cocktails like the Brooklyn 75, made with Devil’s Spring vodka and watermelon juice. The cocktails are rated with a devil emoji, presumably for strength, but don’t be afraid to go for a four devil drink—after all, it’s all in the name of science.
After dinner, don’t complicate things and just come to the Just Come comedy show at The Graham. The show’s title may seem like a mandate, but you’ll want to come of your own free will to this weekly variety show featuring live comedy and rousing musical numbers. Helmed by Pamela Ross and Kendall Farrell from SiriusXM, this show brings in top-notch comedians that are about to become household names. Hot off festivals and shows like Just For Laughs, Comedy Central, Stand Up NBC and America’s Got Talent, this show is more than worth the $5 suggested donation. It all goes down at The Graham, a chill tavern where you can hang out or dance after the show.
Dinner, Drinks, Comedy
135 Graham Avenue, Brooklyn
idk tip: They keep the music bumping, so come for good vibes and not intimate confessions.
151 Meserole Street, Brooklyn
idk tip: Reserve a free ticket on Eventbrite to guarantee your seats.