Nightlife in Brooklyn

Early-Access Movie Experience with Snacks for One, Two, or Four at Alpine Cinemas in Brooklyn (Up to 51% Off)

Alpine Cinemas

Bay Ridge & Fort Hamilton

Thursday ticket grants early access to upcoming big-name, first-run movies, including The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Maleficent & Hercules

$19.25 $10

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Private Jazz Concert in a 100-Year-Old Mansion

Jazz Concert in a Historic Mansion

Bedford - Stuyvesant

Enjoy an evening of jazz and mingle with performers and patrons during an intimate concert at a mansion used as a set in Boardwalk Empire

$45 $45

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Shortbread and Wine for Two or Four, or Carry-Out Shortbread at Two Moon Art House and Cafe (Up to 43% Off)

Two Moon Art House and Cafe

Park Slope

House-baked shortbread flavors include honey wheat and rosemary sea salt; samplers also include glasses of wine

$30 $18

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Brooklyn Night Bazaar with Food, Beer or Wine, and Games for Two or Four (Up to 48% Off)

Brooklyn Night Bazaar

Brooklyn

Indoor festival inspired by Asian street markets hosts independent artists, musicians, chefs, vendors, and more

$62 $39

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Appetizers, Burgers, and Craft Beer at Croxley Ale House (Up to 52% Off). Four Options Available.

Croxley Ale House

Brooklyn

Choose from almost 50 beers on tap, appetizers ranging from bavarian pretzels to Brooklyn nachos, and an array of burgers

$55.85 $27

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Steak-House Food and Drinks at Esquire Lounge (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Esquire Lounge

Brooklyn

Sleek, modern lounge serves craft cocktails and bar appetizers, along with entrees and desserts

$50 $25

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Skee-Ball League, Beers, or Cocktails at Full Circle Bar (Up to 53% Off)

Full Circle Bar

Williamsburg

Sip a rotating selection of American craft beers or compete in the national eight-week skee-ball league

$20 $10

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Hookah, Finger Foods, and Drinks at Fire Lounge Hookah Bar and Cafe (Up to 56% Off). Four Options Available.

Fire Lounge Hookah Bar and Cafe

Gowanus

Practice your smoke rings, snack on finger foods, and sip refreshing drinks at a hookah bar with an open backyard, TV, and free WiFi

$80 $36

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"Evil Dead: The Musical" at Tilles Center for the Performing Arts on Friday, October 24, at 8 p.m. (Up to 40% Off)

Tilles Center for The Performing Arts at LIU Post

Tilles Center for The Performing Arts at LIU Post

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Campy stage musical lovingly tranforms Sam Raimi’s splatterfest with jaunty tunes and gallons of old-fashioned gore

$36.15 $22

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Judas Priest with Steel Panther at Barclays Center on October 9 at 8 p.m. (Up to 48% Off)

Judas Priest

Barclays Center

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Rob Halford leads his legendary metal outfit through an adrenalized set of new and classic hits; rock jokers Steel Panther open

$77 $40

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"Wambi: A Christian Stage Play" at The Actors Fund Arts Center on October 18 or 19 (Up to 40% Off)

"Wambi: A Christian Stage Play"

The Actors Fund Arts Center

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Inspirational play with music tells the story of Lezra, a royal daughter who tries to bring Christianity to her voodoo-practicing tribe

$20 $12

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Arcade Fire at Barclays Center on August 24 at 7:30 p.m. (Up to 52% Off)

Arcade Fire

Barclays Center

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Grammy-winning indie-rockers celebrate their latest album, which adds dance beats and Haitian Carnival music to their epic pop

$62.15 $30

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A parade of bas-relief pastoral figures cavorts across the entryway of Delia?s Lounge, signaling both the spirit of revelry and the wealth of mesmerizing visual artifacts to be found inside. A fireplace warms a room stuffed to its plush gills with velvet sofas, leopard-print banquettes, wooden sculptures, and a giant reproduction of the Mona Lisa serenely surveying the cozy scene. Until the wee hours of the morning, the kitchen fills the small, candle-topped tables with a variety of appropriately shareable plates such as pan-seared crab-cakes, chicken quesadilla rolls, hamburger sliders, and shrimp cocktail with house-made horseradish sauce.

New York Magazine dubbed Delia?s a Critics? Pick, averring that ?you won't find tastier, or larger, cocktails in Manhattan.? Martinis range from the spare to the sweet: Hendrick's Gin bears a simple slice of cucumber, apple martinis blend liqueurs, vodka, and an apple slice garnish, and the Godiva white-chocolate martini presents vodka, cacao, and white-chocolate liqueur in a glass lined with a chocolate drizzle.

9224 3rd Ave
Brooklyn,
NY
US

Buka celebrates the rich culinary landscape of West Africa with a mouthwatering lineup of traditional meals served amid cozy brick walls, flickering candlelight, and soothing strains of live music. The menu's authentic eats roar with spices and include tomato-based stews of fish, chicken or goat. Fufu⎯a staple starch of pounded cassava or yam flour—accompanies many dishes, served in a single ball that is plucked apart, reformed into a disk-like shape, and wielded with the right hand to cosset morsels of stew or pinch a grandchild’s cheeks. The diverse bill of fare includes a range of yam, egg, or bean-based vegetarian plates, as well as options for more adventurous eaters, including cooked goat head. Aside from the authentic West African fare, Buka immerses visitors in faraway cultures with a growing collection of African books and magazines and regular showings of Nigerian movies.

946 Fulton St
Brooklyn,
NY
US

Tea-light flames flickering through red glass holders gently illuminate the exposed-brick walls, ochre curtains, and plates full of contemporary American cuisine fashioned with a Mediterranean twist at Red Oak Restaurant. Servers flit about the dimly lit setting or covered patio, which sits under a red canopy surrounded by greenery and wood latticework. At tables they stop to present tapas-style hot and cold plates, which balance grilled shrimp, crisp calamari, or classic Mediterranean hummus and falafel. Chefs in the kitchen prepare substantial entrees, including kebabs threaded with lamb or kofta, as well as lamb chops fresh from the grill. Also in the kitchen, fragrant stews known as tajines simmer oxtail or beef with herbs and spices. As a post-meal treat, brass-trimmed hookahs send thanks to the chef via aromatic smoke signals.

8305 3rd Avenue
Brooklyn,
NY
US

Opposites attract at Gallery Social Bar and Lounge, both on the menu of comfort snacks and upscale entrees, and at the bar, where a spectrum of loungers and club dancers sample colorful splashes of fruit juice, exotic liqueur, and top-shelf vodka from Stoli and Absolut. In the kitchen, cooks decorate flatbreads with sweet, juicy pears and savory blue cheese and build sliders from tangy morsels of pulled pork, ground beef, and caramelized onions. Hookahs deliver puffs of flavor to curious palates, and a patio gives guests a breath of fresh air after shaking it to DJ tunes or spelling out their phone number in hookah smoke rings. On any given night, guests can enjoy hot meals until 2 a.m. and the flicker of the flat-screen TV until 4 a.m.

7915 3rd Avenue
Brooklyn,
NY
US

Since it was named the second best beer bar in the US in 2005 by Beer Advocate, Spuyten Duyvil has continued in its legacy of expertly poured pints chosen from their Belgian-centric beer list. The beer menu goes so far as to separate the Belgian beers by region, a sign of respect for the many different styles of beer produced in the country’s Flemish and Wallonian breweries and Trappist monasteries. The bar supplements this list with a full range of European beers and a few selections from Asia and the US (taps usually pour out craft brews from within the US). While guests browse the extensive menu of drinks, they can snack on small plates of bar fare and flip through the jukebox to see if their favorite song sounds the same in public as it does when they scream it in their dreams.

359 Metropolitan Avenue
Brooklyn,
NY
US

Having developed his expertise in Thai gastronomy in Thailand, Colorado, and New York City over the course of more than 20 years, chef Chai Chunton now flaunts his culinary skills in Lotus Thai Restaurant & Bar. Vines of steam rise from time-tested noodle, vegetarian, meat, and seafood dishes, curling toward nostrils with the hot, sour, sweet, and salty notes of the region's cookery. Adorned by a design team from Thailand, the lounge's dining room is laced with leather booths, ornate Eastern flourishes, and antique chopstick sharpeners. Against the sonic backdrop of occasional evening DJ sets, events in a private room launch the sounds of revelry against exposed-brick walls and a collaborative painting by acclaimed artists Pairoj Pichetmetakul and Kittisak Chontong.

1924 Coney Island Ave
Brooklyn,
NY
US