In a converted factory off Smith St, the Invisible Dog is an interdisciplinary arts center that embodies the spirit of Brooklyn's...
New York Transit Museum
Occupying an old subway station built in 1936 (and out of service since 1946), this kid-friendly museum takes on 100-plus years of...
A roomy brick-and-wood hall in Cobble Hill manages to be both chic and warm, with large communal tables, a mellow vibe and a good...
You can almost taste the smoked meats as you enter this small Boerum Hill eatery, which has exposed-brick walls and a couple of communal...
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Brooklyn Inn information
Black on the outside, with dark-oak ornate walls inside, the laid-back, neighborhoody Brooklyn Inn is like an English pub without the English. Things get pretty tight most nights, and it’s best on weekdays when chatty locals in work clothes bring their dogs and suck down $5 pints of Six Point ale, sometimes forgetting to re-feed the indie-rock jukebox. The bar is featured in the movie Smoke (1995).