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  • 70 N. 6th Street

    70 N. 6th St. New York, NY 11211

  • Alphabeta

    70 Greenpoint Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11222-3889

  • American Opera Projects

    American Opera Projects

    138 S. Oxford St. Brooklyn, NY 11217

  • Arts@Renaissance

    2 Kingsland Ave. New York, NY 11211

  • BAM Cafe

    BAM Cafe

    30 Lafayette Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217
    718-636-4100 A church-like space, BAM Cafe is often celebrated more for its events than its food. The always-packed place plays host to musicians, comedians, authors, and anyone else worthy of getting on stage in front of Brooklyn’s pickiest art seekers. That’s not to say the food isn’t good (and affordable), though. There’s a pretty decent burger and some nice ravioli, and the bartenders serve up some standard drinks with good attitudes. But, really, the entertainment and the atmosphere are the real reasons to come. The seating is first come, first serve, but it’s also free. A full schedule is available at the cafe's website, and new acts are always being added. --Shane Barnes More >>

  • Bargemusic

    2 Old Fulton St. Brooklyn, NY 11201

  • The Base Nightclub

    229 Empire Blvd. Brooklyn, NY 11225

  • The Bell House

    The Bell House

    149 7th St. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-643-6510 Like many new Brooklyn venues these days, the Bell House was birthed out of a '20s warehouse. Naturally, a space this big lends itself to a variety of joyously disparate events (i.e. the Harry Potter Yule Ball, Super Japanese Game Show Melee, Radio Happy Hour) punctuated by a mix of veteran songwriters (recently John Oates) and sizable indie-pop acts (Beach House and such). The Bell House's key decorations are antiquated, sinuous chandeliers and a wood panel branded with a buffalo, both of which are indicative of the venue's tattered, vaguely Western, Prohibition-era aesthetic. Also notable is "Fight Club," a monthly craft-beer-and-cheese-tasting event. More >>

  • Big Snow Buffalo Lodge

    89 Varet St. New York, NY 11206

  • Bowery Presents

    66 N. 6th St. Brooklyn, NY 11211-3009

  • Brooklyn Bowl

    Brooklyn Bowl

    61 Wythe Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-963-3369 Basically, Brooklyn Bowl is the Pimp My Ride of music venues. It has a 16-lane bowling alley with big-ass HD TV screens situated above the pins. "Rock. And Roll. Fries" and the "Really Sloppy Joe" are on the Blue Ribbon-supplied menu. And they book wonderfully odd and unexpected novelty shows such as Lebowski Fest, the Regional Air Guitar Championships, and Snoop Dogg. Most of the time, however, the Bowl brings out the latest in indie rock, punctuated by seasonal specialties like Questlove's weekly DJ residency. Their couches are really comfortable, too. More >>

  • Brooklyn Philharmonic

    189 Montague St. Brooklyn, NY 11201

  • Club Bang

    1545 63rd St. Brooklyn, NY 11219

  • Dead Herring

    141 S. 5th St. Brooklyn, NY 11211

  • Don Pedro's

    90 Manhattan Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211


    57 Jay St. Brooklyn, NY 11201

  • Flying Saucer Cafe

    494 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217-1884

  • Frank White

    936 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11238

  • Free Candy

    905 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11238

  • The Freedom Garden

    294 Troutman St. New York, NY 11237

  • Garfield's

    274 4th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215-1819

  • Goodbye Blue Monday

    Goodbye Blue Monday

    1087 Broadway Brooklyn, NY 11221
    718-453-6343 In recent years, it's become common to see Bushwick bars double as daytime coffee shops and live performance spaces. Goodbye Blue Monday hits that aesthetic, and a little more. From the creative DIY sign outside to their funky collection of art inside, the characteristics of this bar might be off-putting or overwhelming at first. But by embracing the neighborhood's gentrification, Goodbye Blue Monday has become a go-to spot for freelancers. A day begins with coffee, free wifi, brunch, then moves into happy hour, some comedy or music, booze (only beer and wine, though), and perhaps a late night bite from the kitchen, which closes at midnight. Top it off with a two dollar PBR, and it's possible to spend an entire day at Goodbye Blue Monday. And the easy-going bartenders won't mind, either. --Briana Cheng More >>

  • Gowanus Grove

    Gowanus Grove

    400 Carroll St. Brooklyn, NY 11231 This appropriately named outdoor space--formerly the BKLYN Yard, formerly The Yard--sits on the Gowanus Canal, but jacks the industrial bent of the neighborhood for a more floral take. Sure, there are factories and a water tower looming over the waterside lot. But the overgrown, wooded space makes for an attractive place to catch a beat-heavy vinyl set. The Mister Sunday dance parties have long been a favorite of the Grove’s more exuberant pilgrims, weather-permitting, and highlighted that a vacant industrial lot can still bounce with an abundance of spirit--nothing says dance party like cast stretches of concrete. The filth of the superfunded Gowanus Canal might turn some off for its pollution, but even the stroller crowds from nearby Clinton Hill and Park Slope have even been known to bring the little ones down to the Grove for one of its parties, film screenings, or some live comedy. --Dale Eisinger More >>

  • Grand Victory

    Grand Victory

    245 Grand St. Brooklyn, NY 11211

  • The Ho_se

    28 Lawton St. Brooklyn, NY 11221

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