134 22nd Street
Brooklyn, NY 11232
Phone: (347) 415-8388
Fax: (347) 415-8389
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The Bell House is situated in a historic warehouse dating back to the 1920s. It has emerged as one of Brooklyn's finest entertainment hubs, which boasts a fully stocked bar serving a range of eclectic bourbons and cocktails. Open seven days a week, events can be held either in the very intimate front lounge area or in the performance space, which has a stage that is mostly used for concerts. The logistics and facilities are par excellence and perhaps this explains the immense popularity which this venue enjoys. Check their website for all upcoming events that include some of the finest live gigs and DJ acts in the neighborhood.
A space that is dedicated to bridging the gap between artists and the community, the ISSUE Project Room at the Old American Can Factory presents art by local, national, or international artists. Started in 2003, ISSUE has been instrumental in enriching the culture and arts scene in Brooklyn. Playing host to the various facets of art, ISSUE Project Room plays host to art shows, video installations, concerts, dance shows and more. See the website or call to know more.
Originally known as the Sanders Theater, Access Digital Theatres - Pavilion Cinema is a nine screen multiplex, and a popular Brooklyn hangout for weekend movies, located inside an old building and it is nothing like your average movie theater. With an understated elegance and old world charm, this place makes an interesting hang-out for movie dates. Watch some really good movies while you are seated on cozy velvety purple seats. They also have a coffee bar serving some extremely tasty popcorn with some of the best flavors and fine coffees. The movies shown here range from the latest flicks to some Indian fusion films. This place has everything one needs for a great movie-watching experience.
The Old Stone House is an archetype of a Dutch stone farmhouse with a very rich history. The exhibit at the Old Stone House tells the story of The Battle of Brooklyn, which was the largest battle of the Independence War, and of the heroic acts by the Americans involved. OSH prides itself in being a part of Brooklyn's history and is involved in serving the community by conducting family friendly events. It also hosts cultural events like readings by young and emerging writers, acts by theater groups and concerts by jazz and rock bands. It is also used as an education resource and museum. The Center exhibit, the Battle Of Brooklyn, 1776, is open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays and to groups by appointment. They also rent their Great Room which is on the second floor for kids’ parties, weddings, concerts, lectures, bar mitzvahs and more. You can visit the website for more details.
Founded by Nicolas Coppola, a well-known figure in the field of puppetry, Puppetworks has been delighting New York since 1980. Although this storefront theater is ideal for children, its target audience is not limited to them. The performances put up draw on many art forms, and therefore have something for people across age groups. The little ones enjoy the artistic director's take on many folk and fairytales from mats that offer great views of the stage, while the adults enjoy the show from bleachers. For an outing that can be enjoyed by every member of the family, this theater is a must-visit.
The Yard has a bit of raw appeal to its atmosphere—well, that's what you would call a music venue that is rolled inside a warehouse! But the fact that The Yard is located at a place that stands overlooking the Gowanus Canal, makes up a bit for all the roughness that the place exudes otherwise. The Yard also serves as a common place for social gatherings and mini-parties. Whenever you visit this place, The Yard promises loads of fun in store for each one of you.
New Amsterdam Records is not only a indie classical record label but also a performing space for touring musicians. Only those in the know are aware of its concerts since it doesn't regularly host one as they are more music presenters in other venues. Equipped with a great sound system, it is a nice spot to enjoy cool music by talented artists.
The Royal Palm Shuffleboard Club on the Union Street offers well-maintained courts which people of all ages can enjoy. Apart from the 10 well-maintained shuffleboard courts, the place hosts local musicians and bands that provide refreshing entertainment. The club also features an excellent cocktail bar that churns out fabulous tropical cocktails.
The Green Building is an event space that is ideal for just about every kind of event. This 4000 square foot (371.6 square meter) space has the capacity to accommodate over 250 guests, making it a good choice for anything from a fundraiser, concert, exhibition, and even weddings. The venue also includes a kitchen and bathrooms, and a thoroughly professional staff that will make sure your event sails through without any glitches. They also have a beautiful outdoor space available for rental as well.
Brooklyn Lyceum, is one of the place where theatrical works are created to leave an lasting impression on ones mind. All this is done while meeting the nuances of theater. The lyceum includes a black box theater, Geloscopic, apart from two other spaces spanning around 4000 square feet each. The lyceum also has a restaurant, a garden and a gift shop. The Brooklyn Lyceum is available for rental purposes.
Located inside the Prospect Park, this venue is the park's main attraction for outdoor concerts and many consider it to be the most exciting venue in all of New York. It has a three storied high acoustic shell and a large circular plaza with a capacity of holding 2000 seats in the plaza and about 5000 seats on the lawns. The Bandshell is also one of the largest outdoor cinemas in the world, with a 21 foot high and 50 foot wide movie screen. It features beer and food at reasonable rates and even has public restrooms. The Bandshell is best known for hosting the Celebrate Brooklyn Performing Arts Festival.
501 Union is an event space housed in a building that was erected in 1916. It hosts all kinds of events, from networking parties and cocktail gatherings to fundraisers and wedding ceremonies. Since its debut as a rental space 501 Union has been the venue of choice for a number of trendsetters, for example the Brooklyn Magazine. The space is located in the Gowanus neighborhood.