If you haven’t made it out to the city in a while, you might not know that some of the hottest parties are those where the DJs spin 45 rpm records (instead of using a MacBook or CDs). If that sounds eccentric, wait until you hear what kind of music's playing: '60s soul, forgotten classic pop and often obscure tunes (similar to what you might hear on WLNG).
Sound cool? Well, no need to jump on the Long Island Rail Road now. The always interesting Grey Horse Tavern in Blue Point is starting one of its own music nights with vinyl records spinning (mostly tracks from the '80s) that it's calling Blue Plate Tuesdays.
It's good for your ears and solid for your belly, as the kitchen will be serving up fresh pasta under a roast pork ragu for $9.99 all night starting at 4 p.m.