Brooklyn's best biergarten. High ceilings, exposed brick, an airy feel. It's loud, the beer flows freely, and the sausages from the back grill are great, especially a venison version.
Arguably the bowling, concert be venue, and perhaps fried chicken in all of NYC. Just go to the Brooklyn Bowl already.
Relaxed atmosphere perfect for relaxing with some Pinot Noir and Scrabble or for a pre-dinner meeting.
Lovely little corner of the universe Achilles Heel is Andrew Tarlow's sea shanty by the East River with corpse revivers, oysters and beers.
66 N 6th St, Brooklyn
I'm assuming this place is an ironic tribute to the overrated Bowery Ballroom. I only went here to see this really great underground band that you've probably never heard of. I…
83 N 7th St, Brooklyn
D.O.C. is serious about showing you a good time for not so much money. With rustic little tables outside on their small patio, serious bartenders who know their wine, and delicious…
168 Marcy Ave, Brooklyn
New York's self-proclaimed metal mecca, Duff's is a loner in a part of Greenpoint still known primarily for its greasy takeout. The shadows of the elevated J-M-Z line make an…
484 Union Ave, Brooklyn
Clean place - and I mean that on every level. No hustlers or other BS. I can bring my kids here, even though they're not old enough to play pool. Daddy can rack up a few. Glad to…
359 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn
A fabulous beer bar by any standard: the rowdy / artsy atmosphere, the Teutonic airs, the growlers and flowing ales: just a great place to drink.
184 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn
This bar has a great selection of beer and whiskey. That alone is usually a strong enough selling point for most. However, the burgers here are just as good as the drink…
82 Berry St, Brooklyn
Hotel Delmano is one of my favorite date restaurants, though it can get crowded and outdoor seating is limited, it's worth the wait. The cocktails are divine, and I especially love…
221 N 9th St, Brooklyn
whats not to like about a crowded bar with ladies rubbing up against you all night...right??? no wonder why its called sugarland! lots if sugar up in here!
61 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn
Brooklyn Bowl has great fried chicken courtesy of Blue Ribbon, but my favorite part of it is certainly a dance party called Soul Clap dj'ed by Jonathan Toubin. Bowling is on the…
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
LuLu Lounge. Whenever I get a chance to get to Williamsburg, I make damn well sure my friends and I are going here for the night! Get here early and you'll have no problem getting your songs up. Get here late, and you best be drunk and patient, cause your vocal cords might not get usage for some time. But it's worth the wait!… read more