Arguably the bowling, concert be venue, and perhaps fried chicken in all of NYC. Just go to the Brooklyn Bowl already.
New York, NY
A teensy-tiny space serving up Counter Culture coffee. Go for a sit-down brunch or grab a pastry to go. Pains au chocolat are huge, and a maple syrup-bacon scone is dangerously decadent.
The brunch here is great. Donut French toast, biscuits with sausage gravy, and burger with a fried egg are all good choices.
OYSTERS, OYSTERS and MORE OYSTERS! And at $1 a piece, Maison Premiere's Oyster Happy Hour is one of the best bargains in the city!
559 Lorimer St, Brooklyn
Great spot, my favorite gay bar in the city. Great beer selection, friendly bartenders, a mixed crowd (woman-friendly) and a lush back garden where they do BBQ in the summers. Best…
136 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn
Went to Last Exit tonight. The bartender, Becky, said she wouldn't server me because of a dispute that happened two Sundays ago. First of all, she kept the bar open past 4 AM.…
at the P.I.T., 154 W. 29th St., New York
The comedic powers of David The VOice Stein and Jimmy Hammer were amazing. I will definitely return.
949 Grand St, Brooklyn
In ShortThis pubby bar accommodates East Williamsburg wayfarers with dark wood, pew-style booths, candles in goblets, and tables inlaid with chess, checker and Scrabble boards.…
46 3rd Ave, Brooklyn
Some dive bars have an atmosphere that belie their appearance; the sordid look of Hank's may be the best thing about it. The main bartender has something called "movie nights"…
187 Columbia St, Brooklyn
Alma Lounge is a welcome haven for anyone looking to make an evening in an intimate, posh environment. The sleek interior, softly lit bar and flashing light displays make this club…
2001 Stillwell Ave Ste 4, Brooklyn
Excellent food, you must try their Grilled Sea Bass and cappuccino. Very accommodating staff. We all had a great time and will definitely come again.
Achilles Heel. Lovely little corner of the universe Achilles Heel is Andrew Tarlow's sea shanty by the East River with corpse revivers, oysters and beers.… read more
The Vanderbilt. The Vanderbilt lets local Brooklynites have a great place to pick up a whiskey and a great plate of food. I highly recommend anything with their housemade charcuterie.… read more