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Brooklyn Bars & Pubs
Plan B, uniquely infuses a sports bar with quality dining, appreciated by our guests for its trendy atmosphere and friendly staff. Five high-definition plasma televisions located throughout the space show the latest and most exciting sports daily. We have DirectTV, featuring MLB, college football, and NFL packages, so never you never miss a game!
First Tuesdays at Last Exit: Modern Needs is a monthly listening and dance party featuring garage, beat, punk, psych, soul, ska, reggae, power-pop, and rock’n’roll sounds from the 1950s to the now, hosted by Mr. Lee of Dead Flowers Productions. Special guest DJs and monthly musical themes!
A mahogany bar has been designed with community in mind, to serve as either or both: a drink and dining area. It’s styled as a neighborhood tavern, with generous windows overlooking the avenue, giving it a charming ambiance for after work cocktails, for a sampling of our small plates and a place where friends can gather before, after and for dinner.
Offering an extensive stock of popular brands and a growing selection of locally crafted spirits and a selection of HOPELAND cocktails, alongside a carefully selected wine list from our temperature controlled wine cellar. Six domestic, seasonal beers are also available at our HOPELAND window tap. The main dining area hosts a 40 foot long, leather banquette for intimate dining, easily flexible to serve small and larger parties. The relaxed and comfortable, graciously decorated and lit environment, encourages patrons to sit back, relax, and enjoy every moment.
The tucked away, Private Dining Alcove can accommodate parties of 20 and may be reserved for special events for un-rushed dining and entertaining. The grand, elevated, south-facing terrace and hard-scaped garden provides outdoor dining, rain or shine, and allows HOPELAND the opportunity to host events, weddings and special celebrations of a larger scale.
Come check out this cool bar, music venue and self-described "Nerdvana" with great bands (both local and international) and some of the coolest drinks in town! The bar is filled with steampunk and Doctor Who-themed memorabilia (even a full-sized TARDIS!) and hosts many fun events like sci-fi movie and TV episode screenings. And to top it off there's no cover fee! Entry is restricted to 21 and older at all times.
Various catering possibilities for your group, like Open Bar, Drink Specials, a large Projection Screen for private & public screenings.
The Trash Bar is located at 256 Grand St. in Williamsburg, Brooklyn between Driggs Ave. and Roebling Street. The Trash Bar, a 21-and-over venue, finds itself in the center of this revival as one of the best local bars and the streets premier music venue capable of hosting rock-n-roll shows that parade talent in front of hundreds of people.
A great bar and beer garden option for all those who like chilled fun vibes. Franklin Park offers an outdoor/indoor beer garden, good food and live music.
Sycamore offers both a Flower shop and bar.
The bar, open 7 days a week, is a full bar with a focus on the whisky and beers we like both domestically and internationally.
The boutique flower shop, open 5 days a week, offers a variety of unique flowers by the stem. Lastly, the flower shop has a garden which is open year round. Come visit the garden on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon. Feel free to bring in your own food,and use our grill to create your own delicious BBQ. We have a broad array of events offered, from live music shows to whiskey and beer tastings.
Located in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. Futbol plays seven days a week on 3 50-inch high-definition televisions. During games, you'll hear fans cheering "I love futbol, yay futbol!...I love beer...Hooray beer!" Woodwork boasts a menu with ingredients that are as local and organic as possible. The menu also includes top wines originating from many of the great futbol nations in the world, including Italy, France, Spain, Argentina, Chile, South Africa and the United States. Woodwork has one of the most original beer selections in BK and nearly 30 whiskeys.
Woodwork promotes healthy living for it's patrons and community by using sustainable products to preserve the environment; most products are recycled, environmentally friendly and energy-efficient. Woodwork's eco-friendly bar is made of recycled oak floorboards, salvaged from a 100+ year old dairy farm in Western Massachusetts. Woodwork pledges to work with local farmers who are dedicated to humanely raising and handling animals, as well as serving food that is free of corn products, hormones and anything that diminishes the nutritional value of the fresh menu items.
A New York's Sports Bar Grill, and Entertainment Center located in the heart of Park Slope. Offers dinner, fun,flat screen televisions, pool tables and of course good food. Ocean's 8 Sports Bar & Grill is a relaxing and hip must-visit nightspot. Come for the food, stay for the fun only at New York's Ocean's 8 Sports Bar & Grill.
The Union Hall is a 5,000 square foot bar, restaurant and live music venue in the heart of Park Slope, Brooklyn.
It offers cozy firesides, a stately library, two indoor bocce courts, outdoor garden seating, and a downstairs bar and music venue. New York Press says Union Hall "offers downtown style mixed with Brooklyn's trademark down-to-earth friendliness."
A cozy, relaxed micro brew pub. Pacific Standard pub, offers a wide range of brews as well as a relaxed West Coast Vibe. Located at 82 Fourth Avenue between St. Marks and Bergen Streets in Brooklyn.
Barcade is a bar in Brooklyn, New York featuring 20+ vintage arcade games from the 1980s and draft beer from local and regional microbreweries. It is located at 388 Union Avenue in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, near the Lorimer stop on the L train. The bar was opened in 2004 in a former metal shop and won immediate acclaim for its unique combination of vintage arcade games and rare American craft.
Since its founding in 1988, Brooklyn Brewery has brewed flavorful beers that enrich the life, tradition and culture of the communities it serves. Its award-winning roster of year-round, seasonal and specialty beers have gained the Brewery notoriety as one of the top craft beer producers in the world. While striving to brew the best beer possible (and make time for our growing families), The Brewery promotes the proliferation of good beer and good food whenever it can. Brooklyn beers are currently distributed in 25 states and 20 countries. Throughout 2011 The Brewery underwent an expansion that will double overall capacity in 2012 and quintuple by 2013. Brooklyn Brewery probably exports more beer than any other American craft brewery.
At Berry Park, choose from 15 mostly German brews on tap. Gorgeous views of the Manhattan skyline.
A wide range of beers, wines and liquors. The brazen head Brooklyn offers 15 Craft Beers on Tap. 2 Cask Conditioned Hand Pulled Beers. Killer Cocktails, excellent Wines By The Glass, Larger Selection of Single Malt Scotch, Premium Vodkas, distinguished Rums,Tequillas & Small Batch Bourbons. Great range and vibe!
Bratva Bar is Coney Island’s first upscale sports bar and cafe located across the street from the new Luna Park, a short walk from the beach and Keyspan Park (home of the Brooklyn Cyclones) and one block west of the Stillwell Avenue subway stop. A casual lounge owned for and by good old friends and welcome you to join for beer, cocktails and a wide range of American pub and Russian-style snacks and meals. Major motorcycle enthusiasts, but the bar is not a a biker clubhouse. It is a place to meet new friends and have a good time.