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Kings County Bar

286 Seigel St. New York, NY 11206 | Brooklyn |

Business Description

Kings County Bar is a secret underground dive bar, which attracts the ‘original’ Bushwick crowd. As more newcomers come to the area, Kings County Bar remains authentic – with no lettering or sign, other than a rusted metal crown to indicate the location. Kings County is edgy and real - from the music selection to the art on the walls, to the bartenders themselves. The bartenders are fun and welcoming, but will let you know if your jukebox selection or drink order belongs behind a velvet rope in Manhattan. Anyone looking to get a little crazy in a no-frills, dark and gritty atmosphere with great beer and cheap, stiff drinks is always welcome. Kings County Bar takes pride in their regulars; from young hipsters, to old drunks. All art is by local artists, rotating every other month when they host “art openings” which encourage the local artists to come hang out and share their art with their peers. Kings County hosts a number of fun and unique events; burlesque dancers entertain on the bar every 3rd Saturday of the month (please see attached media alert for this Saturday’s Burlesque Night), there is a dance party every other Wednesday night, and more special events are planned for spring and summer. Happy hour is every day from 4pm-8pm, night happy hour is 12am-2am on weekdays and 1am-3am on weekends; every happy hour features discounted drafts and beer and shot specials.