The Daily Shortlist July 6

Location: Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Band: KiD KuDi Get Tickets Here
Show time: 5:30 PM
Venue: East River State Park
Food: Relish
Drink: Radegast Hall & Biergarten
Miscellaneous: Zebulon

Singer, actor, rapper, KiD KuDi is super talented blending R&B and hip hop. He’s collaboed with Kanye West, Common, and David Guetta among others. Find out why this kid is so hot live. Though Relish looks like a 50s diner, this restaurant offers up some gourmet treats for dinner. With influences from all over the globe, Relish features diner classics like burgers and onion rings, and step it up with the likes of Blackened Yellow Fin Tuna ($21). Williamsburg’s first beer garden, Radegast Hall & Biergarten, has a beautiful all-wood interior, an enclosed outdoor backyard, and 12 German/Austrian beers on tap and more than 30 bottles. Another great bar in the area, Zebulon offers free live jazz and afrobeat. The drinks here are inexpensive, and I’ve never seen a bad show here.

Location: Chelsea, NYC
In-store: In-store signing: Von Gutenberg Magazine
Show time: 5-7 PM
Venue: Purple Passion/DV8
Food: Pop Burger
Drink: Gaslight Lounge
Miscellaneous: Amy’s Bread

Issue #5 of Von Gutenberg Magazine is hitting newsstands the day after the 4th and to celebrate the issue’s cover girl, Jean “The Rubber One” Bardot will be signing copies of what will prove to be yet another collector’s edition of the famous fashion quarterly. Burger joint in the front, upscale lounge in the back, the menu at Pop Burger includes basics like 2 pop burgers for $5 for a quick fix or if your lounging, the likes of tuna tartar with soy truffle jus ($15). The Gaslight Lounge, a great hotspot bar in the meatpacking district, is dark and cozy while affordable for the area. If you don’t know Amy’s Bread, when you order a sandwich at a café or restaurant in the city, ask where they got the bread. There’s a good chance it’s from Amy’s because she’s one of the best bread makers in the city.

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