On Avenue B, where it is not uncommon to see car-squashed vermin on the street, where each bar is cuter and more inviting than the last, the high of the combined energy from all these visuals and drinks might cause you to want to commemorate the occasion with a tattoo.
Apparently—I cannot verify it but have been told by one or two New York tattoo artists—European governments will constrain such urges with laws against impulse needling but that is not so in New York, where tattoo walk-ins are common, and walk-ins by Europeans even more so.
This shop specializes in guest artist appearances and the list of past and future appearances is prodigious; it can be viewed here.
Following your meal at The Seasoned Vegan, you can travel to the Brooklyn outpost of Three Kings for a vegan tattoo which will involve the use of Green Soap alternative of Dr. Bronner’s all natural soap, gelatin strip free razors vegan inks and more. No kidding.
Then there’s microblading eyebrow enhancement. Bethany Wolosky specializes in creating custom, natural looking eyebrows. She offers microblading, ombré shading and freckle tattooing Saturday-Tuesday at Three Kings in Brooklyn.
Bookings can be made directly through her website: .
For traditional tattoos, bookings can be made only in person, not over the phone.
The state of New York requires you to be 18 years old with proper (government-issued) identification as proof, to get a tattoo.