Emo Bars & Clubs
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Greenwich Village venue where Bob Dylan got his start.
Anyplace with a Jagermeister dispenser on the bar is worth a visit.
Long, thin, cheap and easy.
When Southpaw opened in 2002, it filled a gaping hole in the area's music scene. Park Slope had lost out to Williamsburg and the Lower East Side for...
Covering three floors and featuring a bar, lounge and rooftop deck area, Bar 13 has a little something for everyone. Almost always packed to the brim...
Great Lakes is a nautical- (and Midwestern-) themed Brooklyn bar built to serve the hipster crowd of Park Slope.
A simple little indie rock hipster bar, but without most of the pretension that comes along with such things.
5,000-square feet of booze, music, food and bocce all played a part in making Union Hall a new Park Slope favorite
Feels like a Jersey Shore club plopped onto First Avenue, and it's always crowded.
Category: Bars & Clubs/Bars and Clubs
Williamsburg finally has its own topless bar.