This is a social club with a wonderful auditorium. Was lucky enough to see the Jicks preform their second album here months before its release.
It is a Polish social club that is also a concert venue. A good old meets new experience. Menus and signs are still all in Polish.
Cash only. No ATM.
Dress Code: Concert venue. No real dress code.
Went here after a Jicks show in the Warsaw. Was quite the good time as we ended up running into a long time friend this night. Hung out with him and a lot of his friends until the sun came up listening to Filmore Jive on the juke box.
Dress Code: No dress code but I'd bet you feel out of place in a suit here.
If you are in the market for a bar with an easy to talk scene come to Greenpoint. Pencil Factory plays there music at an easy to talk over level lights are dim and there is a ton of brewskis on tap. There are little pizzas and paninis made on location as well. This place was a social club back in the 50s. Eberhand Pencil Factory was across the street many years ago. Lokk caddycornered from the bar and you can still see the pencils buit into the architecture. The interior is all formulated aroun dark wood (mahogany and Teak). Absolute beauty.
Dress Code: Wear what you wish