Every culture loves to barbecue, so we’re firing up the grills at BKLYNYard for a pre-summer bash with our friends Finger on the Pulse! It’s a free party with music, beer to purchase, and a cheap-as-Brooklyn-gets $7 plate of Hapa Kitchen’s very own BBQ menu!
Saturday, June 6
388-400 Carroll St.
Brooklyn, NY (Gowanus)
Tequila-Soy Pork Kushiyashi
Vietnamese Pork Meatballs
Buffalo Tofu Skewers
Curried Potato Salad with Rosemary and Chickpeas
Honey Miso Coleslaw
Hoisin Chipotle Baked Beans
choose one main course and get all three (vegetarian-friendly) sides
We put on our thinking caps and hope to bring you the best of Asia’s flame-grilled flavors, applied to all-American barbecue favorites — on a stick. Yes, it’s really $7 per plate.
We’re proud to have all our meat provided by Tamarack Hollow Farm for this event. All-natural, pastured and humanely raised animals are the cornerstone of this small Vermont-based farm, which you can find the stand for at the Union Square Greenmarket on Wednesdays and Fridays. (For more on on this farm/farmer, see this profile on Not Eating Out in New York.)
To satisfy your sweet tooth, Treats Truck will be parked at the Yard, too, filled with hapa Kim’s desserts! We hope to see you down by the Gowanus! RSVP not required.