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Goodbye Blue Monday

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1087 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11221 40.694442 -73.930664
nr. Dodworth St.  See Map | Subway Directions Hopstop Popup
718-453-6343 Send to Phone

  • Reader Rating:

    8 out of 10

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    1 Reviews | Write a Review

  • Scene: WiFi, Live Music, Neighborhood Bar, Outdoor Area, Smoking Area
Photo by Evan Sung

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Official Website

goodbye-blue-monday.com

Hours

Sun-Thu, 11am-2am; Fri-Sat, 11am-3am

Happy Hour

Daily, 11am-7pm; $2 PBR

Nearby Subway Stops

J at Kosciuszko St.; J, M, Z at Myrtle Ave.

Payment Methods

American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

Profile

Stepping into this cluttered coffee shop is a bit like falling down Alice's rabbit hole. Bookshelves packed with out-of-print bestsellers stretch to the high, pressed-tin ceiling from which a 130-year-old Brooklyn Dodgers bicycle hangs, obsessively collected thrift-store lamps leer weirdly from the walls, and meticulously arranged figurines and political artifacts create an alternate universe. Here, a surprisingly drinkable house wine costs $4 per plastic cup (beers such as Ballantine, one of America’s oldest brands of pale ale, are even cheaper) and the nightly live music is almost always free. Exceptions are when big promoters line up white-hot touring acts that pack the place so tight it overflows to the back garden—essentially an open-air sculpture studio littered with the half-welded remnants of the owner Steve Trimboli's last endeavor, Greenwich Village’s Scrap Bar. On regular nights, inward-looking avant gardists blast waves of feedback to the recent college grads lounging on the decaying furniture while neighborhood kids wander in for free wi-fi or to challenge their elders at chess.

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