Right across the water you will find some of the most unique nightlife experiences New York City has to offer, settled in among the picturesque hipster streets of west Williamsburg. If you’re spending the after hours strolling through the south side of this scene, stop into TBA, and immerse yourself in the showcasing of local talent so quintessential of this Brooklyn hot spot.
Even among the rampant and awe-inspiring street art that spans throughout all of Brooklyn, the facades of TBA stand out. That’s because they were created by internationally recognized street artists, and easily set the tone for the rest of the venue. Converted from a large garage, TBA’s exposed concrete helps it omit that genuine, industrial chic environment. Couple that with a laid-back vibe so characteristic of proximal Brooklyn, super tall ceilings, glowy colored lights, and a killer drink menu, and it’s not hard to understand why TBA is a nightlife must.
Here you will hear some of the best electronic music New York City has to offer, fueled by local DJs and producers, and occasionally peppered with international talent. Sit down at one of the handcrafted wooden tables, order up a cocktail, feel the depths of the sound system in your bones, and then dare yourself not to get up and dance the night away.
The T-Rex and Dark and Stormy are both great drink options, depending on your preference of sweet vs savory. Cocktails are $12 each, and beer is standard fare. TBA also partners with Empanada Mama to satisfy any late-night munchies. Expect to pay anywhere from $15-50 a person.
395 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11249
Monday 9:00pm – 3:00am
Tuesday – Friday 6:00pm – 4:00am
Saturday 9:00pm – 4:00am