Ticket Giveaway: Round-trip Tickets to Brooklyn – This Weekend

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It is Thursday morning and maybe you are starting to consider your plans for this weekend. How about ditching them all and hopping on the bus to New York?

For our lovely readers, the DC to Brooklyn bus service The Knowitexpress has offered five round-trip tickets between our fair city and our big sister to the north (specifically, to that city’s loveliest borough).

As many of you know by now, we are losing one of our own We Love DC authors, Erin McCann, to Brooklyn this very week. You may have heard her frantically asking people for Brooklyn’s answer to Peregine for weeks now. So, to ease her transition and win these tickets, post a comment below by 5:00pm today with an SAT style analogy of [Awesome Thing in DC] : DC :: [Counterpart] : New York.

Example – “Peregrine Espresso : DC :: Cafe Grumpy Greenpoint : Brooklyn” The five comments Erin and I deem most amusing and/or useful will win.

Your comment must have a valid email address, one entry per email address, please. Comments will be closed at 5pm and the five winners will be selected. The winner will be notified by email. The winner must respond to our email by midnight or they will forfeit their tickets and we will pick another winner.

Brittany has tried to leave DC, it just never lasts. She has lived in Chicago, California, and China – but she always comes back home. Brittany is a drinks, nightlife, and style correspondent for We Love DC. Between columns, you can find her on Twitter, Tumblr, or standing by the bar. Email her at brittany(at)welovedc.com.

8 thoughts on “Ticket Giveaway: Round-trip Tickets to Brooklyn – This Weekend

  1. This is serious business, people. Get ready.

    Filter : Dupont Circle :: Abraco : East Village :: RBC NYC : Financial District

    Big Bear Cafe : Bloomingdale :: OST Cafe : East Village

    Chinatown Coffee Co. : Chinatown :: 9th Street Espresso : Alphabet City :: Blue Bottle Coffee : North Williamsburg :: Stumptown Coffee @ ACE : Midtown Manhattan

    Churchkey : Logan Circle :: ……really, there’s no way to fairly compare a place that offers over fifty craft beers on tap and five cask-conditioned ales with any more sane establishment. That said, if you’re looking for good beer and a casual atmosphere sans dive funk, you could do worse than….. 4th Avenue Pub : Park Slope/Gowanus

    But if you’re just looking for high-end booze and good food and don’t mind switching out the hops and yeast for mixed drinks….. Mayahuel : East Village :: PDT : East Village :: Death + Company : East Village

    Birch & Barley : Logan Circle :: The Spotted Pig : West Village :: OTTO : Greenwich Village

    [insert favorite wine shop] : DC :: Wine Therapy : Manhattan

    [insert favorite neighborhood bar] : DC :: The Diamond : Greenpoint :: Heather’s Bar : Alphabet City

    Founding Farmers : Farragut Square :: Marlow & Sons : South Williamsburg

    Brunch at Tabard Inn : DC :: Brunch at Prune : East Village

    Dolcezza : Georgetown :: GROM : West Village

    Pitango Gelato : Logan Circle :: L’Arte del Gelato : West Village

    9:30 Club : DC :: Knitting Factory : Manhattan

    Black Cat : DC :: The Bell House : Brooklyn

    Eastern Market : DC :: Union Square Greenmarket : Manhattan :: Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket : Prospect Heights

    Baked & Wired Elvis Impersonator cupcake : DC :: Robicelli Chicken N’ Waffles cupcake : Manhattan

    Jazz in the Garden : DC :: Central Park Summerstage : Manhattan

    Makoto : DC :: Sushi Azabu : TriBeCa, Manhattan

    Kotobuki : DC :: Yamato Restaurant : Park Slope

    Ethiopian : DC :: Ramen : Manhattan :: Uyghur : Queens :: Salvadorian : Red Hook :: Knock-you-off-your-feet-and-onto-your-distended-Buddha-belly Chinese : Flushing, Queens

    Teaism : DC :: Cha-An : East Village

    Zen Tara : Bethesda :: Teado : Chinatown Manhattan

    Market Lunch blueberry pancakes : DC :: Clinton Street Baking Company blueberry pancakes : Manhattan

    Ray’s Hellburger : Arlington :: J. G. Melon : Upper East Side :: Shake Shack : several locations in Manhattan

    Politics and Prose : Tenleytown :: McNally Jackson Books : Soho

    SPX : DC :: MoCCA : NYC

    The Phillips Collection : DC :: The Frick Collection : Manhattan

    Yoga District : DC :: Yoga to the People : NYC

    Red Hook Lobster Pound Truck : DC :: Red Hook Lobster Pound : Red Hook

    Dickey’s Frozen Custard : DC :: Timmy O’s Frozen Custard : Queens

    Smithsonian Institution Museum of Natural History : DC :: American Museum of Natural History : NYC

    Loose ends / New friends:

    Boba .. Teado
    Falafel .. Taïm
    Hot Chocolate .. City Bakery
    Someplace Quiet to Sketch and Read in the Presence of Art .. The Cloisters
    Italian-style Pizza .. Motorino
    Classic NY Slice .. Di Fara

    [I should probably stop here. But to be honest, Erin, if you want any other recommendations, there are more where these came from. I'm still hurting to move back to NYC.]

  2. good chinese restaurants in Rockville:DC ::great chinese restaurants in Flushing:NYC