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Kingdom

170 N. 4th St., Brooklyn, NY 11211 40.71565 -73.958698
nr. Driggs Ave  See Map | Subway Directions Hopstop Popup
917-349-9155 Send to Phone

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  • Scene: DJ, Karaoke Nights, Live Music, Neighborhood Bar, Open Mic, Pet-Friendly, Private Party Space, Singles Scene

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Official Website

brooklynkingdom.com

Hours

Wed-Thu, noon-2am; Fri-Sat, noon-4am; Sun, noon-2am; Mon-Tue, closed

Happy Hour

Wed-Sun, 4pm-8pm; $5 specialty cocktail, $4 draft beers, $3 Tecate; $5 shot and beer (tecate and tequila & Rolling Rock and whiskey)

Nearby Subway Stops

L at Bedford Ave.

Payment Methods

MasterCard, Visa

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This venue is closed.

This “concept” bar actually started out as a way to save rent. Oulu, the Finnish-themed lounge that used to be in the space, wasn’t doing well, and Williamsburg fashion designer Bob Bland saw an opportunity. She made the owner a proposition: She would sell clothes from her streetwear label, Brooklyn Royalty, up front, and they would both make the most of a piece of real estate that would otherwise be shuttered all day long. Their joint effort is now called Brooklyn Kingdom, and it’s more of a lifestyle emporium than either bar or clothing store: There are shopping parties, art installations, live music, burlesque shows, a “DIY screen-printing” gallery, creative-professional networking nights, and anything else they might think up. The motif is now technically New York City—the fifteen or so other designers sold in the shop all live here, as do featured bands and artists—but if Bland had her way, it would just focus on Williamsburg, where the vast majority of their collaborators live. So far, the neighborhoods on the Brooklyn-inspired cocktail menu don’t venture far beyond “The Bushwick,” “The North Side,” and “The South Side.” It’s Williamsburg-centric, that is, except for the space-age Nordic design: Oulu’s wood-paneled walls and undulating booths still constitute the décor.

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