A little while ago a funny man in a yellow bow tie came to visit us at The Bowery Station to educate us on the art of the artisanal hot dog. Please enjoy this hilarious video from the Brooklyn Hot Dog Company on how to nail the perfect “Buffalo Dog”.
Last weekend at the Old Bowery Station, Barkbox popped up with its dog adoption pup-up. The event featured an on-site vet and a puppy matchmaker staff, along with forty furry friends-to-be and tons of eager adopters. As a prerequisite to the event, those looking to adopt filled out an online “perfect match” form, not unlike that of an online dating website. … Read More
Night Markets, a hang-out tradition in Asian countries for centuries, are now popping up all over the US in cities like Los Angeles and Philadelphia. The Old Bowery Station and culinary entrepreneur Carson Yiu were proud to have hosted this year’s first Night Market in March 2013. The event featured nine tantalizing food choices, from Dim Sum dumplings via Nom … Read More
On Thursday, May 30th, New York City-based restaurateur, filmmaker, TV host, and photographer Sean John presented his delicious, four-course Jamasian sit down dinner at The Old Bowery Station. The brainchild of Spur Tree, a chic lounge in the Lower East Side fusing international influences from Asia and the Caribbean, Sean John’s menu was incredibly curated. The menu included a mashup … Read More
Zero Degree , a collective of cooks and food enthusiasts, popped up at The Old Bowery Station with What It Is! Burgers n’ Funk, a super tasty pop-up which featured sustainably produced Washugyu beef, lettuce tomato, crispy onions and cheddar, and two types of funky special sauces between buns of sesame-seeded goodness. Focusing on ethical food awareness and global understanding, Zero … Read More
Welcome to What It Is! Wind down with delicious food and some funky soul music. Presented at The Old Bowery Station by the folks at Zero Degree and Openhouse Gallery, we will be serving burgers, sides, beer and wine. We are working closely with our friends at Blue Marble to provide eclectic ice cream flavors to help you cool down in the heat.
Born in Beirut Unless you had the fortune or misfortune to grow up in Beirut, you might know that the real deal Lebanese meal in this town is found only in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. In this Mecca of hookah Spots, baklava sellers and shawarma stands, we discovered a charming couple who have been serving up and catering ridiculous Lebanese … Read More