Music Venue, Rock Club, Eastern European
261 Driggs Ave (btwn Leonard & Eckford St)
Brooklyn, NY 11222
- Its a Polish venue, so you have to try the polish kielbasas and vodka. Piotr S.
- You're basically in a rec center multipurpose room with a stage. Beers were $8 for a solo cup.
- Charming venue, unflattering sound system.
- The acoustics/sound system are awful.
- If you grew up going to punk rock shows at your local Polish Home then you'll love this place. Because that's exactly what it is. The sound isn't great, but you can eat pierogies so I'll call a draw.
- Get the $7 polish tall boy beer
- It may be a huge box, but it's the only large venue in Greenpoint.
- ATM breaks sometimes so don't rely on it. No reentry either. Buzz kill, literally.
- Last time i was here it was my last night in brooklyn before heading back to Australia. Got to see agnostic front and they were awesome
- They serve pierogis, keeping with the neighborhoods Polish culture. Acoustics not the best.
- Amazing event space with a bar attached for after hours drinking. If you are lucky enough to have food get the Warsaw special. It's worth every penny.
- Welcome back to your high school gymif your school had semi-big name headliners and cheap drinks. The acoustics leave much to be desired but its fun non-the-less.
- The "Warsaw Special" really is something special and it's only $5! Don't eat before the show.
- Great Polish DJs on Saturday Nights!
- Special place for a special evening. Saw Yung Lean perform live here.
- This venue can ruin an otherwise great show. 1 cramped cash only bar, 1 bathroom stall for women and 1 for men (for the entire place). The bar is extremely slow as well. Points for selling perogies.
- Surprisingly clean bathrooms for a rock club
- A rather unique venue. Sight-lines aren't the greatest but still a great intimate atmosphere for a show. CASH ONLY!
- Perogies, kielbasa, and great music
- The sounds is not that great here, but they have pierogi.