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Brews at Brookfield Place

2/15-3/7
4:00-8:00pm
Winter Garden

BEER MENU FOR FEBRUARY 29 >>

Thursdays, February 15, 22, 29 & March 7, 2024 | 4-8PM

Brews at Brookfield Place is back! Don’t miss the chance to share a toast under the Winter Garden’s famous palm trees, while enjoying a revolving menu of some of New York City’s best craft beer from all five boroughs! Different local breweries featured each week, with all beer sales benefiting Brookfield Place charity partner, the GO Project.

Free to attend, no tickets required. Beer available for purchase, and guests are welcome to bring food into the event from Brookfield Place’s many dining options. Must be 21 and over to attend. RSVP HERE on Eventbrite to let us know you’re coming and receive reminders and updates!

FEATURED BREWERIES:

February 15:

February 22

February 29: Beer Menu HERE

March 7:

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While at the event, enjoy tasty samples from featured Brookfield Place dining partners, including Seamore’s (February 15), DIG (February 22), Springbone Kitchen (February 29), and others.

Please Note: This is a cashless event. Only credit cards and other contactless payment, such as Apple Pay, will be accepted. 

ABOUT OUR CHARITY PARTNER:

The GO Project (“GO”) helps New York City public school students thrive in the earliest stages of their education through year-round academic, social-emotional, and family support. GO believes that sustained, individualized, and responsive academic intervention, beginning in the early elementary years, is the most effective pathway to closing achievement gaps for New York City public school students. Through year-round, holistic, and partnership-based out-of-school time programming, GO equips students in Grades K-8 with the confidence and skills to make academic gains, reach and exceed grade proficiency, enroll in high-performing middle and high schools, graduate on time, and achieve college success. Founded in 1968, GO has grown from a group of volunteers serving 30 students on the Lower East Side into a $3 million organization creating equal opportunity for more than 700 students citywide. Learn more here.

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