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BBQ Picnic in Brooklyn Bridge Park

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Let’s meetup and have a barbeque picnic at Brooklyn Bridge Park (http://www.brooklynbridgepark.org/the-park/pier-5) Picnic Peninsula.

We’ll enjoy a fresh-cooked meal on Hibachi-style grill tops,
gather at picnic tables made of salvage wood, or relax under one of durable, wind and weather resistant umbrellas and of course we’ll be surrounded by the irresistible and breathtaking panorama of Manhattan from one side and remarkable historical down town Brooklyn from another.

No doubt, we’ll create artisan quality barbeque meal, talk about future endeavors and feel the spirit of New York City.

Brooklyn Bridge Park (http://www.brooklynbridgepark.org/the-park/pier-5) spans 85 acres of the East River waterfront in the Brooklyn Heights and DUMBO neighborhoods of Brooklyn. The park is divided into eleven sections: Each of these sections features unique topographies, plantings, amenities, and cultural artifacts and install Fulton Ferry Landing, Brooklyn Bridge Plaza, Empire Fulton Ferry, Main Street, John street and Piers 1 through 6. Barbeque peninsula located at Pier 5 There are also 200,000 square feet of synthetic turf sport fields are supported by shock pad and an organic infill made of sand and coconut fibers. So will have a chance to play volleyball.

Meeting time and place: at 3:00PM on Saturday, September 21 at Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 5 (http://goo.gl/maps/TQ2SV). My cell # is 347-372-5050 (Mila - Event Host (http://www.meetup.com/New-York-City-Hiking/members/104282172))

Gear and cost: Each of us should bring something to be grilled. All kinds of meat, chicken, burgers, corn, plantains.Please write in comments what you’ll be bringing, so we will have large variety of dishes to choose from. Remember, Indian summer is in full swing, let’s enjoy the most of it.

Transportation: You can take R train and get of at Court street station or train 2, 3, 4, 5 to Borough hall station, then walk along Joralemon Street all the way down to East River. You'll see Brooklyn Bridge park and pier 5. See this link: http://goo.gl/maps/TQ2SV