Brooklyn’s Got Balls

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In June, nightlife veteran Peter Shapiro will open Brooklyn Bowl, a 16-lane, 8,000-square-foot bowling alley, restaurant and concert venue in Williamsburg—a neighborhood that takes its summer fun very seriously. New York Press caught up with Shapiro to find out how his hotly anticipated lanes will fare with the McCarren Park crowd. You’re doing a bowling [&hellip
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Summer Guide Food & Drinks Listings 2009

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10 Downing Food & WineEmbattled chef Jason Neroni triumphantly returns with this buzzy standout, crafting luxe renditions of rustic classics like cassoulet studded with duck meatballs and Provençal-style lamb chops. Sidewalk seating is a perk.10 Downing St., at 6th Ave., 212-255-0300 230 FifthOne of the first big-name spots in NoMad (North of Madison Square Park), [&hellip
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Frozen Faves

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Nothing makes summer more enjoyable than frozen drinks, but there’s more out there than margaritas and Jamba Juice spiked with vodka. Check out these four new favorites and never go sober again! The German Chocolate CakeImagine the best milkshake you’ve ever had poured in a fancy glass and enhanced with rum and Frangelico. This is [&hellip
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Summer Guide The Great Outdoors Listings 2009

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Brooklyn BikingOver a month before Bastille Day, Brooklyn gets Frenchy with the Tour de Brooklyn, a 23-mile bike ride that starts and ends at Coney Island. With plenty of spots still open, joining the tour promises views of picturesque spots like Greenwood Cemetery, Sunset and Prospect Parks. The somewhat newer Tour de Queens and Tour [&hellip
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