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New York City Hop-on Hop-off Tour
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Jazz Fest Concert Series and Fish Fry
"Located in a restored 1800's Victorian Brownstone building in a Historical Landmark area of Bedford Stuyvesant. This concert series is hosted in a salon style acoustic sound room. The feel of being in your own home with your shoes off with an authentic jazz vibe. Imagine retreating back to a different time and spend the evening in an intimate setting. You'll experience the enjoyment of a live Jazz Concert a Southern Fish Fry Buffet and lastly an open mic to delight your palette. An upright grand piano such as the ones once used to create some of today's classic jazz tunes on Pan Alley Row grouped alongside other acoustic style instruments make up what is called THE ROOM.During the 1930's perhaps even earlier one didn't have to go to Manhattan for the jazz scene Brooklyn had one of it's own. Bedford Stuyvesant had the largest Jazz neighborhood in Brooklyn. It held many venues that housed jazz greats like Thelonius Monk Randy Weston Miles Davis
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New York City Hop-on Hop-off Tour
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Williamsburg Tips (8)

Spike Hill Bar & Grill: good Irish pub on Bedford Ave

Pleasant, established, comfortable Anglo/Irish pub on Bedford Avenue in Williamsburg. Good tap beer selections, and numerous bottle choices as well. Pub grub too. Sit at the window and look out at the strollers.

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yooperprof
Jun 09, 2005

DOC Wine Bar: Europe shab

Yeah, I know its dark, but this is the lighting in true form. The hushed atmosphere is one of DOC's best features beyond the amazing Italian Wine selection and Italian tapas selection. The darkness was broken table by table by a single candle flicker exposing the dark weathered woodwork that hovered around us. Leaning towards the center of the table to help send my whisper to Yuki's ear my hand will involuntarily grab the stem of the wine glass and chase my mouth back to my sitting up straight position. The bottles contents need great attention paid to pay respects to the years of knowledge in every sip. The neighborhoody feel gains its strength with the freindliness of owners and staff. My favorite Wine Bar, by a steep margin.

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chodearm
Nov 18, 2004

Mugs Ale House: Over 100 Beers from around the world

I have been tidying up my bar discoveries lately and stumbled into this establishment to see what kind of punch there menu packed. I was floored, (not cause of alcohol) by their selection of imports and domestic micro-brewery selection. Every country that makes or tries to make a beer, it ends up on Mugs' menu. Theres a backyard area for those who order a little food to go with those delicious brews. The interior is that old pub style where the focus lyes on the drink to be had.

Dress Code They got Dunkles from Germany, thats the dark .05 liters,
Go to their attached website and look at their menu, its aweinspiring.

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chodearm
Jun 16, 2004

The Lucky Cat: Bohemian Coffeehouse/Lounge

The Lucky Cat is Williamsburg's very first real coffeehouse/lounge, in the bohemian sense of the word (ie--cavernous dark space, couches, literary events, live music, books, art everywhere, etc. etc.

Still a somewhat hidden treasure, many locals come in not knowing what to expect. The hours are extensive--coffeehouse during the day, club/lounge at night.

Amazing live music--everything from accoustic songwriters to punk rock Saturdays...

Lucky Cat has a full bar with one of the best cocktail menus this side of the East River (without the insane Manhattan prices).

Dress Code Anything! Sometimes on weekends there are parties and special events, but still::: anything! Great vibe here--no pretentious ***.

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Jan 10, 2004
 
 
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Find the rest yourself...

I have given the best examples of night life in Williamsburg, but find your own spot, you'll like it that much more. there is something for everyone; be it Rockabilly, Reggae, Electronica, or my favorite: a well stocked jukebox. There is plenty to do, but be fearless in your attempt to have fun...you will earn the respect that will get you into the harder to find places. It's also always good to either be, or be with, a few hot girls.

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twohandgrab
Jun 06, 2003

Red and Black: Dance club

Usually a lot of fun. It gets pretty crowded late night weekends. Closes at 4 AM. Classics are spun all night. 70's, 80's, Dub, Hip Hop... no electronica.

Dress Code No dress code. You're gonna put your jackets and purses down to dance anyway.

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twohandgrab
Jun 06, 2003

Williamsburg: Williamsburg

The burg has a plethora of personality when it comes to the nightlife. Black Betty's on North 3rd and Metropolitan has great live music on Monday nights. El Teddy's on Berry and North 8th is a great place to get a bite to eat and a drink for a late lunch/early supper. The Ale House across the street is a great place to just get bombed. All in all you can just find your own trouble in this part of town.

Dress Code Casual chic: a.k.a. chuck taylor's, plaid pants, green tee's with the sleeves cut off, leather jacket and a mesh baseball cap. The way your mom used to dress you back in the early 80's.

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xl100
Aug 26, 2002

Artland Bar: Artland Bar

One of the few bars in Williamsburg that is NOT packed on the weekends. Great decor--dark with green chandeliers, old coaches, sometimes live DJs. It's off the beaten path--the second stop on the L train.

Dress Code Whatever!

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Aug 25, 2002

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