Downtown Brooklyn March Events
Brooklyn is a Hub for culture, but you already know that living at Hub. This March, see what’s going on in Brooklyn.
After a successful run in Chicago, the touring exhibition “David Bowie Is” has made its way to the Brooklyn Museum. Check out rock n’ roll’s original chameleon and legend, David Bowie, and his career that revolutionized the way we see music. He inspired people to shape their own identities while challenging social traditions. You can see 60 of his most famous costumes, handwritten song lyrics, and more, as you follow Bowie from his teenage years in England to his last 20 years living in NYC.
Mac & cheese lovers unite! Get ready for the Mac & Cheese Smackdown on March 18th at the Brooklyn Expo Center. We’ve been working out downstairs in the Club 333 Fitness Center in preparation for the extra calories! The city’s best restaurants are gathering to compete and prove who has the best mac & cheese in town. Get your tickets and prepare to devour cheesy goodness while sipping on some cold beer. Don’t forget to wear pants that have a little extra stretch in them! 😉 You can follow the cheesy goodness with #MacSmack on Instagram and Twitter.
If you’re more of a sports fan and are itching to catch a game and cheer on your hometown teams, look no further than the Barclays Center. There are plenty of games for you to go cheer on this month. On Sunday, March 25, the Nets take on the 3rd Ranked Eastern Conference Cavaliers. Need a place to grab pre- or post-game drinks or food with your friends? Check out our picks of some of the best bars or best pizza places in Brooklyn.
If sports aren’t high-brow enough for you, BAM is just around the corner from Hub and is one of our all-time favorite places. They always have a variety of events and things going on. This March, check out music events like Cellular Song or Cosi fan Tutti, an Opera, if you into that sort of thing. Their literary talks are not to be missed and will make your favorite High School English teacher #SoProud. This month, you can hear Leslie Jamison and Valeria Luisell, all part of the Eat, Drink & Be Literary Program. Each evening includes dinner with live music, the author reading from their works, talking about their creative process, and a Q&A period. It’s the perfect date night that says “Hey I’m cultured, and I know about a great building that’s right at the center of all that culture-Hub!”
Brooklyn is always booming with new restaurant openings. In March, welcome some great new spots to the neighborhood, including KarVér Brasserie & Bakery Cafe and Korilla BBQ. A fun, new addition to BK is Brooklyn Kura – the first sake brewery in Brooklyn. Living at Hub means you’re only a 15-minute subway ride from sake that is made entirely from American ingredients. Their tap room is now open for tastings Friday – Sunday afternoon and evenings (#SakeBrunch anyone?) and will soon be offering tours to the public.
We can all use a good laugh sometimes to keep us sane in the hustle and bustle of #cityliving and that #workgrind. If you’re in need of some comic relief, Union Hall has a great March lineup. Many of their shows feature current and former members of the SNL Cast! This month, check out renowned comic David Cross, Sing the Pain Away Comedy Show, a weekly Karaoke Tremendous show (think Karaoke on steroids), and much more!
No matter what your fancy is, Brooklyn has something you’d love happening this March. Since you’re at Hub, you’re at the center of everything and anything worth checking out!