Two guys from Greenpoint Beer Works opened their own rustic taproom that’s about the size of your studio apartment, but filled with way more delicious Belgian ales and IPAs.
Cost: $6 pints; tasting flight $5
Is it an art gallery, a nipple tassel-filled cabaret, a circus, a cocktail lounge, or a falafel joint? Yes. A whole House of Yes, in fact. After its East Williamsburg spot burned down because of a toaster (seriously), this menagerie of weirdness came back with its mission still firmly in tact: to blow your mind.
Cost: Free entry unless there's a special ticketed event, typically $5 in advance or $10 at door.
It's an 1868 condemned home that looks like the Addams Family house. Need we say more?
Cost: Free (unless you break in, then whatever your bail money is).
Instruments hanging from literally everywhere; bluegrass bands taking the stage in a theater so small you feel like you’re on stage with them; open mic nights and music lessons! Jalopy makes you feel famous even if you already are.
Cost: The cover's usually around the $10 mark, depending on the band.