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Relocated to Brooklyn, still a great place to see your favorite indie band. Friendly staff, nice bar, excellent sound.
Awesome space to hear your favorite underground band perform. The front bar features TV Party! And Double Feature! on Monday and Tuesday nights!
Quickly becoming one of our favorite NYC venues. Two bars means it's never too hard to get a drink. The bands keep getting better too!
Too broke for the show? Sit down at the bar, order a $3 beer and watch the show through the huge glass window. Works great when they run the live sound into the bar, still kinda funny when they don't.
Great sound for a small and intimate spot. You can watch the show from the restaurant, separated by glass windows. Never seen more people onstage at a Hip-hop show than the Phife Dog tribute here!
Best comedy show in NYC happens Sunday nights at 9pm, and it's free! Host and booker is the amazing @HannibalBuress
One of the best sounding mid-sized clubs in NYC, plus beers start at $3.
Check out hannibal buress free comedy show on Sunday night. 9pm arrive early if you want a seat.
For cheaper events, you're better off buying tickets at the door than paying the online service fee.
Awesome bands and really fun to just go crazy there
$3 drafts, $4 wells from 12-1am
Free and good comedy on sun nights from 9pm. Make sure u get in early to get a seat as it gets busy and a show lasts for more than 3h
I like this Knitting Factory better than the Manhattan one cause I can walk here.
They always have great residencies and if your that into the band you can always watch them through the glass while sitting at the bar in the front of the venue. Grab some Fette Sau BBQ across the St.
Be Fly, see a Ticketfly ticketed show here! See what shows are coming up at The Knitting Factory BK on Ticketfly.com
Ask Dan for the brewdriver! It's beer and orange juice. And it's pretty gosh darn good.
game nerds, take note: this place has a weird Nintendo/SNES/Sega hybrid console and a bucket of games that you can play if you ask nicely. But be forewarned, if you fire it up, you may never leave.
Can of PBR and a shot of whiskey will set you back five dollars. I
$3 Tecate and you can see the shows from the bar for freeeeee
drinking out of a can is so kewlz
put your boob in a scotch
$2 mimosas... mmm...
750ml bottles of Brooklyn Local 1&2 are only ten bucks! That's less than at the supermarket down the street!
don't forget your ID. they card.
ANNIBAL BURESS HOSTS, SPECIAL GUESTS EACH WEEK. PAST PERFORMANCES HAVE INCLUDED UNANNOUNCED SETS FROM CHRIS ROCK, ROBIN WILLIAMS, SARAH SILVERMAN, LOUIS CK. Sunday 9pm. free
In the front room, you can have a drink while the big windows give you a view of the stage this venue also houses.
Tip Ryan the hot bartender well! He is great at his job and is entertaining as well!
Yay Meyer PA!
Sunday Nights @ 9: Hannibal Buress hosts a night of free standup. It's usually packed, so get there early.
Pearl and The Beard played an incredible album release show here. The staff is incredible - from the box office to the bar to the bouncers to the sound and lighting. Wonderful people. Ace.
Great soundsystem and a staple in NYC music venues
Friday night in the lounge with DJ Emskee
Watch out for this guy. :-)
SKELETONWITCH was eating souls.
Nothing like the old Leonard St KF in Manhattan but still worth a trip to Brooklyn
Tip very well. Always ask who's playing. Be kind. people usually like that #KindnessIsMagic
Make sure to stop by the Commodore across the street for some pre-concert drinks and fried chicken
Now serving in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, The Knitting Factory was previously located on 74th Leonard St. from 1994 through 2009 and hosted an array of indie and experimental artists.
The Brooklyn outpost of the national music venue chain often books out-of-the-box acts that the crowd always enjoys.
Fun spot for live shows, one of the best in Brooklyn.
Happy Hour every Tuesday. $2 Dos Equis. Starts at 7:30, so go get happy somewhere else first!
Red bull music fest
Based God fucked my bitch here
The transitions are pretty quick between acts. Don't stray for too long if you want a good spot in the crowd