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Barclays Center is a multi-purpose indoor arena in Brooklyn, New York. The arena sits partly on a platform over the MTA-owned Vanderbilt Yards rail yard at Atlantic Avenue. It is part of a proposed $4.9 billion sports arena, business and residential complex known as the Atlantic Ya...
Avoid the long wait out front, use the northeast entrance at the corner of Atlantic Avenue & Fort Greene Place with much shorter lines.
Check behind the Nets' bench during the game. You may see part-owner, Jay-Z.
Here to see Jay-Z? Throw your diamond in the sky. Here for a Nets game? Might as well throw your diamond in the sky. Here for Barbra Streisand? Fuck it, throw your diamond in the sky
If you don't have Brooklyn Nets tickets, I feel bad for you Son. I got 99 problems but season tix ain't one!
Try the Brooklyn Brisket Banger on a tasty pretzel roll from Brooklyn Bangers and Dogs (Main Concourse/Upper Pavilion). Served with hand crafted mustardy relish and sausages, it really hits the spot!
Catch a game at the home of the Brooklyn Nets or see your favorite performer in concert. Food selection is top notch - we love to get the brisket sandwich from Fatty Cue BBQ!
New Home of the Brooklyn Nets
The Emblem Health entrance on Dean Street is often less crowded than the GEICO Atrium main entrance.
Throw your diamonds in the sky if you feel the vibe.
The novelty of this hulking traffic/crime magnet's presence on our neighborhood will wear off quickly, I assure you.
Who cares what it looks like! What does it do for the community! More jobs. Finally, changes the reputation of Brooklyn. Brooklyn would be the spot to live in upcoming years! Only issue is traffic :/
They do not allow streaking on the court!!!
There is free WiFi here. Just log into the Barclay center WiFi. There is no password.
Fresco by Scotto (Main Concourse) keeps their Sunday Meatball Slider on the menu all week. Tuscan Chicken, shaved Pecorino, mom's gravy, and a brioche bun — it goes down easy, like Sunday morning.
Jay-Z must be feeding them something real good, because I don't remember the last time I experienced such superb customer service. True Brooklyn hospitality all-around. Just a top-notch arena period.
Critics' Pick winner of The Village Voice Best of NYC 2012 Best Sports Venue
Gorgeous new stadium for the Brooklyn Nets and special events featuring delicious local fare from your favorite Brooklyn restaurants. Try the Mojo Chicken at Habana!
Tasty Throwback: Brooklyn Farmacy Floats offers freshly prepared old fashioned root beer and Coca-Cola floats.
Print your tix out at home. The box office and will call is a mess.
Don't waste your time waiting for a beer on the 1st floor. Go up 1 or 2 floors and you'll get one much quicker.
Use the VIP entrance.
Pre-game @ Little Brother BBQ For the best Smoked Chicken, Pork &Beef Sandwiches in BROOKLYN 544 Clinton Ave. (Corner of Atlantic &Clinton)
Go nets! Go
This place has got to be one of the happiest places in NYC. Every time I'm here all the staff are so smiley, incredibly friendly, helpful, happy, and often dancing. It's so odd... and refreshing!
Take the first cars on the 4 train
Check out the lightbox exhibitions at this subway stop that feature vivid photos taken by local photographers.
Make sure to use your GPS to get to suite B30!
The Nathan's Crinkle Cut Fries are available at Brooklyn Burger, not at Nathan's.
Woodwork Brooklyn @ vanderbilt and dean $3 beers amazing Mac n Cheese. Before and after the game. Shots.
The seats will eat your coats. Seriously. If you like your coat, be careful. Cutting it from the seat sucks.
Damn, those loaded nachos are the bomb.
Tip from a local: avoid the crowd & go around the corner to Dean Street entrance.
Hate on the people with nice food and box seats when you're on the escalator going to your nose bleed seats.
Welcome to the Rustbucket.
Place is gonna be great for the old neighborhood. Jobs, and good for local economy. And pro sports back to brooklyn!
Its not in the way of anything There was nothing here b4 !!!!
What a shithole this is. Mucks up the whole area
Skip the $12 domestic beer and head three blocks on Flatbush Ave. in either direction. Bars and restaurants abound.
who ever is in charge of the man sound tonight .. here's a tip .. turn the bass down .. actually want to hear the words to the songs!!!
Enter the 50/50 Raffle at all Nets games for chance to win 1/2 the pot. Other 1/2 goes to NY Organ Donor Network and Brooklyn Nets Assists!
East Coast's response to the Staples Center...
Welcome to BK! Love the fact that it showcases the borough's food.
Place upsets me