Nightlife in Brooklyn


Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater at Tilles Center for the Performing Arts on Friday, February 27 (Up to 41% Off)

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater

Tilles Center Concert Hall

Globally renowned dance company showcases new works and audience favorite

$61.65 $37

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Mötley Crüe – The Final Tour with Alice Cooper at Barclays Center on August 12 at 7 p.m. (Up to 50% Off)

Motley Crue

Barclays Center

The final tour sees Nikki Sixx, Tommy Lee, Vince Neil, & Mick Mars going out big, performing glam-metal hits with special guest Alice Cooper

$58.50 $29

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"Tamburlaine the Great" at Theatre for a New Audience on December 22 Through January 4 (Up to 52% Off)

"Tamburlaine the Great"

Theatre for a New Audience

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Battles and rivalries abound in Marlowe’s epic drama of conquest, directed by a four-time Olivier winner and starring an Obie winner

$82 $39

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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 Night Bazaar

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

$62 $39

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$8 for $15 Toward International Food and Hookah at La Boheme Lounge

La Boheme Lounge

Gravesend

DJs blast ambient lounge and house music across two floors while groups share hookah and casual, internationally inspired meals

$15 $8

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Smokey Robinson at Barclays Center on December 11 at 8 p.m. (Up to 34% Off)

Smokey Robinson

Barclays Center

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The legendary singer and Motown pioneer shines in a set of classics such as “I Second That Emotion” and “The Tears of a Clown”

$50.45 $33.50

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Despite our shared history and ocean coasts, there are a lot of English foods that sound more foreign to American ears than even the traditional dishes of India, Mexico, and Japan. But at ChipShop, guests can finally taste English favorites such as bangers and mash, treacle pudding, and steak-and-kidney pie with a side of chips. The chefs separate their menu into three broad categories—different styles of fish ‘n’ chips, varieties of shepherd’s pies, and puddings—with each dish showing off regional flavors, such as the Welsh rarebits or Scotch egg salads. Guests can eat their fill in the English-themed pub, or take the food to go to experience the culture of both New York and England at once without convincing the Statue of Liberty to accompany you to London.
129 Atlantic Ave
Brooklyn,
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From its picturesque rooftop beer garden with a city-skyline view to its giant projection screen broadcasting soccer matches and its Simpsons trivia night, Berry Park entertains patrons drinking German draft beers and devouring the menu’s upscale comfort cuisine. Indoor picnic tables bear duck-fat fries and veggie burgers blending herbivore-friendly items such as butternut squash and gluten-free quinoa, and tables in the beer garden shelter plates of shepherd’s pie with their blue Hofbrau München umbrellas. Brunch stretches itself across three hours every Saturday and Sunday, and the kitchen is open late on weekends to accommodate night owls and early birds with jet lag.
4 Berry Street
Brooklyn,
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Strains from live DJs and the happy chatter of busy silverware resound off the exposed-brick walls and looping whorls of the wooden bar at People's Republic of Brooklyn. Red tabletops billet platters of seared, fried, or blackened catfish, and plates of free-range chicken don adventurous garnishes such as avocado or the essence of an air kiss. Comfort-fare sides conjure nostalgia among guests perched at the bar, with options including mac 'n' cheese, deviled eggs, and sautéed arugula serving as foundations for a wide range of cocktails.
247 Smith St
Brooklyn,
NY
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Inhabiting a former sweet shop, Pete's Candy Store unveils a whimsical seasonal menu of eclectic cocktails and gourmet sandwiches amid free nightly live music and other bustling bar activities. On Sundays, revelers can gobble up a roasted turkey, cheddar, and spicy aioli sandwich ($8) during open-mic (5 p.m.–8 p.m.), and then enjoy the indie-folk sounds of The Go Round (8:30 p.m. in March) while trying to keep the Dragonfly Punch cocktail ($10) from winging around the heads of other bar patrons. On any day of the week, an artichoke heart, brie, and onion-relish ciabatta sandwich ($8) pairs well with a Bleeding Heart cocktail, made with Akvavit, Cherry Heering, and lyrics from Celine Dion ballads ($10).
709 Lorimer St
Brooklyn,
NY
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Voted one of the Best Garden Bars by Time Out New York magazine, Nita Nita whips up tantalizing tapas and cogent cocktails for neighborhood nesters and town-painting dilettantes. The menu keeps table space packed with simple, well-executed small plates such as a luxuriant gouda macaroni 'n' cheese ($8) or a plate of garlicky collards flecked with parmesan ($6), all designed to be shared and snarfed. Nita Nita’s stiff drink menu, meanwhile, will stir the cockles and inspire impromptu soliloquies with an arsenal of spirits and imaginatively infused cocktails. The Hot Cocoa (chili pepper and cinnamon-infused Sauza tequila mixed with dark hot chocolate and marshmallows) matches Nita Nita’s warm, inviting interior, and The Beat (beet-infused Smirnoff vodka mixed with lime-rosemary syrup with a salt-and-pepper rim) will leave you feeling bold enough to blast “The Monster Mash” on the well-rounded jukebox. But libations are best when sipped amid the shapely shrubbery and thriving herbs of Nita Nita’s back garden, which is heated for nippy nights and romantic rendezvous, as well as guest appearances by Ernest Hemingway’s hiccupping ghost.
146 Wythe Avenue
Brooklyn,
NY
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The Brazen Head is a great neigborhood bar with 15 craft beers on tap, 2 cask conditioned hand pulled beers, killer cocktails, excellent wines by the glass, a large selection of single malt scotch and premium vodka, and distinguished rums, tequilas & small batch bourbons. Not to mention darts, outdoor space and WiFi.
228 Atlantic Avenue
Brooklyn,
NY
US
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