Brooklyn >Bars & Clubs > Sugarland
221 N 9th St, Brooklyn, NY | Directions 1121140.717830 -73.954311
sugga sugs – 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!
a little crowded, but the music was tight and the drinks – the place was a bit crowded, but hey it was lots of fun so i could see a ot of people hitting it up. great choice for saturday night, def going back.
great fun music lve it – the dj plays a wide array of different musical styles and the atmosphere is just great!! check it out with friends!
I LOVE THIS PLACE! – Sugs is great! The DJ plays all the hits and drinks are ideally priced. The attitude is friendly and enjoyable and they have a smoking area upstairs. Definitely a great place if you want a gay bar out of the city with a fun feel to it. Sassy dosen't work well here (trust me I try it)
Yeah Sugarland! – I disagree with the editor's review. I have fun every time I go to Sugarland (even the "off-nights").
I love his place!
DJ Emjay and Basic Black on Saturday nights, Ernie's Friday night parties, Monday night karaoke night and the underwear party on Wednesdays- all great, fun!
Thanks Troy (Basic Black) for giving us another awesome hot spot in Williamsburg!
Hipster Friendly – Not your typical scene... lots of hipster types and artsy people. Not Chelsea or HK crowd at all.
Williamsburg's queer scene gets a boost as the owners of Metropolitan unveil this theatrical gathering space. – In Short
A seductive newcomer in Williamsburg sweetens the pot for gay-friendly locals. Moody strains of disco house tunes lure fashion students inside to show off their hemlines, while tattooed bar-boys in hot pants do Red Stripe honors. A hand-carved saloon-style bar and outdoor smoking deck caked in graffiti (both relics from former tenant, the late dive Capone's) give the feel of a well-worn neighborhood hangout, but Sugarland's agenda is more ambitious: its art performances and celebrity DJs are drawing downtown luminaries and club kids from across the pond.
Hits: The outdoor smoking deck sets the scene for heavy flirting.
Misses: Off nights during the week are best avoided, and drunken frat boys still pop in looking for Capone's free pizza.
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