Brooklyn’s Parklife hosting socially distanced shows & events in 4000-sq ft garden (David Cross next week)
Parklife, the sister bar to Littlefield and Mexican restaurant in Brooklyn's Gowanus neighborhood, is going to be making the most of its large 4000 sq ft indoor-outdoor space this summer by hosting social distanced live events. The first in the "Littlefield Live at Parklife" series will be David Cross on Monday, July 13 and tickets -- which include either two tacos or one tlacoyo -- are on sale (and are almost sold out).
So far David Cross is the only announced "Littlefield Live at Parklife" event, but the venue is also hosting other outdoor summer events, like movie and trivia nights. Their full schedule is here.
If you're wondering the details of how this all works, Parklife says that guests "will be asked to review and sign a health declaration upon entering" and that "masks must be worn at all times upon entering or at any point you leave your assigned seat."
Parklife also notes "All seating is reserved. If you are coming with a group, we highly recommend purchasing your entire group's tickets at one time to ensure you will all be seated together. Please note that if you do not purchase all your group tickets at the same table, you may be seated with another group." There is seating for up to parties of eight, and plexiglass partitions available for some of the larger communal tables.
You can see the seating chart and read more about the seating, and safety for "Littlefield Live at Parklife" here.