Finally Live Out Your 'Ghost' Dreams With This Pottery Experience In Cobble Hill
If you’re seeking a relaxed, casual night with authentic Italian food, look no further. Sam’s, located in quaint Cobble Hill, is known for their out-of-this-world pizza, friendly service, and generally affordable food and wine. The antithesis of millennial Brooklyn, locals love this place for its no-frills mentality and longstanding reputation (they’ve been around since the 1930s). Snag a signature cocktail for just $6.50. You won’t find a cocktail that cheap anywhere else, we guarantee it. Also to note, they're cash only. We recommend the pepperoni pie or baked veal scaloppina—that's amore.
After dinner, we suggest trying a creative activity together. Pop over to The Painted Pot to craft something together—whatever you make might not last forever, but you can be sure the memory will. You can choose from vases and mugs to decorative pieces (hell of a lot cheaper than picking something up at Urban Outfitter's apartment section). Or skip the classic pottery and opt for something entirely different like mosaics, glass fusion, or canvas painting. They're open until 10 p.m.—simply walk in, choose a piece/ method and you’re off! If you really enjoy it, check out their adult wine and wheel nights for in-depth pottery lessons with your love.
238 Court Street, Brooklyn
The Painted Pot
229 Smith Street, Brooklyn