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Huckleberry Bar

Huckleberry Bar

Joining joints like Jimmy's #43 and Cantina, Huckleberry is one of those bars that offer amazing food made in equipment-challenged micro-kitchens.


The Forum, one of the few lounges in Union Square territory, brings peace during the weekdays and boisterous partying on the weekends. Saturdays, for example, require plus-sized bouncers to monitor the swarms of cocktail-craving, dancing citizens.
Company Bar

Company Bar

If the hockey jerseys lining the walls at Company Bar don't draw you in, the great food and unpretentious atmosphere surely will. Stop by any night of the week for a refreshing round of hot wings and cold drinks.

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  • Black Rabbit

    91 Greenpoint Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11222

  • Boulevard Tavern

    579 Meeker Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11222

  • Brouwerij Lane

    78 Greenpoint Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11222

  • Coco66


    66 Greenpoint Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11222
    718-389-7392 Forrest Gump's idea about life being like a box of chocolates readily applies to grab-bag music space Coco66, which is co-owned by the owner of Brooklyn Chocolate & Cocoa Company. Barely-legal locals down pints of Guinness while well-dressed, fifty-something businessmen sip scotch. Long-haired hipsters stay focused on the DJ--who usually plays Brit-pop, punk, and classic rock--and Pearl Jam-loving college types wait for their turn at the pool table in the large back room. Honestly, you really never know what you'll get here. Read more about Coco66 >>

  • Enid


    560 Manhattan Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11222
    718-349-3859 Wade through the throng of smokers lounging on nearby wooden benches to enter Enidas, a lynchpin of Williamsburg/Greenpoint nightlife. The hodgepodge array of tables and chairs can make even the frumpiest feel welcome, and the beer flows freely. The onsite photo booth makes for hours of drunken entertainment and embarrassing memories. Feel free to swing by the next morning for brunch, reliving the night before over eggs and killer Bloody Marys. Read more about Enid's >>

  • Johnny's Cafe

    632 Manhattan Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11222

    I'm 34, practically broke, experiencing a bad case of the winter blues, and haven't even held a girl's hand in over six months. But I just moved to Greenpoint, home to some of the hottest Polish women in these United States. Determined to find a date, I threw on my best mock turtleneck, splashed on some Drakkar Noir, and sauntered over to Johnny's. Glancing over the clusters of young ladies seated at wooden tables throughout these two large, dimly lit, chalet-like rooms, I ordered a refreshing Lezajsk lager ($5) and remarked to the bartender, "Check out the pierogies on that one, huh?" He proceeded to stare at me, stone-faced. As I coolly bopped my head to the slightly outdated dance grooves that blared through the sound system, two perfectly sculpted blond girls walked up to order some drinks. I turned to one and said, "I'm a quarter Polish, you knowaI've got a cousin named Stashu." She rolled her eyes, turned to her friend, and in perfect English said, "What an asshole," before walking away. "Fuck it," I thought. "One down, 20 to go." Read more about Johnny's Cafe >>

  • Manhattan Inn

    632 Manhattan Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11222-3076

  • The Mark Bar

    1025 Manhattan Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11222
    718-349-2340 You could say the quaint red exterior of Mark Bar is enhanced by the mahogany interior and stained glass windows, but who cares? The real reason youare here is the Belgian and Danish daft beers and the pool table. Lest you start thinking this is an average pub, remember your proximity to Williamsburg, note the art on the walls (by local starving painters) and check out the hip clientele. Read more about The Mark Bar >>

  • Red Star Sports Bar

    Red Star Sports Bar

    37 Greenpoint Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11222

  • Warsaw


    261 Driggs Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11222
    718-387-0505 Itas true a Warsaw, one of the hottest clubs in Brooklyn doubles as the Polish National Home, hosting Patti Smith one night and throwing a polka party the next a literally. Order up a z-beer, known as Zywiec to Slavic people who can speak without vowels, and take in a show in the huge ballroom. Or skip the band, walk to the other side of the venue, and for next to nothing order up a pile pierogis, kielbasa and sauerkraut, served up by a saucy middle-aged Polish woman with a penchant for leopard print. Time for another z-beer. Read more about Warsaw >>