As The City That Never Sleeps, New York is known for having a dazzling nightlife. And Brooklyn has just that.
Humming with people from all walks of life, Brooklyn’s nightlife perfectly reflects the vast styles of its residents and visitors.
In Kings County you’ll find swanky candlelit bars crafting artisanal cocktails, dark and dirty punk rock dives and spots that have taco trucks (yes, taco trucks) on premise. No matter who you are or what you’re in the mood for, Brooklyn has a place for you.
Rough around the edges, Saint Vitus is a true to its roots rock bar. With awesome bands booked nightly and midnight karaoke on Fridays and Saturdays, you really can’t go wrong here. With the best elements of a metal bar combined with owners that care, you’ll love the scene at Saint Vitus.
A hidden gem in the Fort Hamilton/Bay Ridge area, Townhouse 275 boasts crafty cocktails and a warm atmosphere that will leave you coming back for more. Unlike the never-ending hype around the Williamsburg/Park Slope areas, this neighborhood joint gives you the same vibe without all that other stuff.
If salsa dancing and live percussion is more your scene than Bembe is right up your alley. Don’t come here if you don’t like meeting new people, because you’re going to get up close and personal in this nightclub dedicated to playing music from all over the world. Afro punk, Caribbean, Latin, Reggae – the rhythm doesn’t stop at Bembe.