C’mon Everybody

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Bed-Stuy’s Studio 54–inflected lounge indeed caters to everyone.

325 Franklin Ave., Brooklyn, NY, 11238


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The lowdown

Bed-Stuy’s Studio 54–inflected lounge does indeed cater to everybody, also saving up-and-coming musicians from schlepping to Williamsburg for gigs. Two adjacent front rooms are packed most evenings with drinkers taking advantage of the full bar, which serves unconventional seasonal cocktails, like the sweet Diablo Guapo, with tequila añejo, ginger beer, and pomegranate-beet juice; or the Nile Rodgers, a spicy pear-jalapeño margarita to rival Chilo’s next door. But C’mon Everybody’s real draw is tucked away in the back: a music and performance space, offering plenty of room for dancing and kitted out with a disco ball. In addition to live music and DJ sets, they host special events ranging from bingo to burlesque nights, and even the occasional food pop-up — as well as that name, cribbed from a Chic track, which proves to be equal parts encouragement and command.

What you need to know

DrinksFull Bar

Noise LevelBring earplugs!